Street names like Orchid, Goldenrod, Magnolia, and Oleander, just to list a few, are apt descriptions for the beauty of Poinsettia Park and desirability as a potential future residence for you. The gorgeous, mature oaks and lush landscaping lining the ways are sure to wow you. Walking the kids to nearby Southside Elementary School or just heading out for an evening stroll in the calm Florida breezes at the end of the day make living in Poinsettia Park a real treat.
The homes of Poinsettia Park are well known for their Old Florida bungalow designs. However, you will also find the occasional Mediterranean, very common in this area, and popular both in its time and still today. The well-preserved architecture and lush lawns and landscaping are the trademark of this classic neighborhood. Homes here, though built in Sarasota’s housing boom of the 1920s, have now either been renovated over the years or completely remodeled and even enlarged to make way for the preferences of the next generation of families. These are homes rich in charm and character and are hard to find elsewhere.
Poinsettia Park is so centrally located to Sarasota’s attractions and highlights, you won’t want to pass up any available homes for sale here—especially if you enjoy being near everything. The neighborhood sits just south of Southside Village, one of Sarasota’s original hot-spots known for its nightlife, shopping and dining. It is also within easy reach of Downtown Sarasota, with its myriad art galleries and bustling theater district. Golf, tennis, boating and many other outdoor activities are also within easy reach. Of course the biggest attraction of all, Sarasota’s pristine white beaches, are mere minutes away. Siesta Drive is just a few blocks south which will take you to Siesta Key and her serene, powder-white beaches.
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