Search West of the Trail Cherokee Park homes & real estate for sale in Sarasota, FL below! Sitting peacefully in Sarasota is the highly sought after community of Cherokee Park. This lovely neighborhood is located West of the Trail and just south of downtown Sarasota. Residents of Cherokee Park can be shopping at Saks, enjoying a drink on St. Armands Circle, watching a play at Asolo theatre, playing a round of golf on Palmer Ranch, walking in the sands of Siesta Key beach, or boating with the family within minutes from their home. Residents are made up of doctors, lawyers, young professionals, families and retirees.
There are a wide variety of homes in Cherokee Park. You can find an old Florida ranch style home, a Mc Mansion and everything in between. Because of land values most of the homes haves been remodeled or rebuilt. The most expensive home to sell in Cherokee Park was 1500 South Drive and it sold for $6,600,000 in January of 2007. For more information about West of the Trail Cherokee Park neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a home tour showing, call your Sarasota, Florida DWELL real estate experts now!
Are You Looking For A Brand-new Home In An Established Neighborhood? Now You Can Have The Best Of Both Worlds And Build Your Dream Home In One Of Sarasota’s Most Recognized And Sought-after West Of Trail Neighborhoods, Cherokee Park. This Rarely Available L...
Want to purchase a Cherokee Park home West of Trail? Call your Sarasota, Florida real estate team, DWELL Real Estate (941) 822-0708. Your neighborhood Cherokee Park REALTORS® and agents are here to help with the West of the Trail Sarasota, FL housing market.
This small, serene, Sarasota community boasts a diversity of architectural design styles, ranging from the boom time revival period to a post World War II modern theme. The impressive Florida mansions built here in the 50’s and 60’s on this community’s palm-lined roads adds a feeling like you have been sent back in time to the growth years in Sarasota after the Second World War.
Originally designed in 1926, the subdivision is separated from Osprey Avenue by a stucco wall and gate posts with impressive artistic tile work depicting a beautiful Cherokee rose. The developer, J.C. Brown, had a vision for Cherokee Park - creating a neighborhood filled with homes designed in Italian, Spanish or Moorish styles of architecture. Sadly, Brown’s dreamscape never fully developed due to the magnitude of the real estate bust of the late 1920’s. In 1937 only 3 homes were fully built in the community.
Can't find what you're looking for? Let me do the work for you. Fill out the form below and a detailed description of the type of property you're interested in and I'll send you everything currently available.
All listing information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified through personal inspection by appropriate professionals. Listings displayed on this website may be subject to prior sale or removal from sale; availability of any listing should always be independently verified.
Listing information is provided for consumer personal, non-commercial use, solely to identify potential properties for potential purchase; all other use is strictly prohibited and may violate relevant federal and state law.
Listing data comes from My Florida Regional MLS.
Listing information last updated on June 22nd, 2017 at 1:51pm EDT.