Marbella Homes & Real Estate - Sarasota
Find the newest Palmer Ranch Marbella homes & real estate for sale in Sarasota, Florida below! Perfect as a primary or secondary residence, Marbella Homes is one of the smallest but most intimate residential communities in the Palmer Ranch housing market. Its location is along the Palmer Ranch Parkway, which is one of the ranch estate’s main streets. Read More. For information about Palmer Ranch, Marbella neighborhood property listings for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Sarasota FL DWELL real estate experts today!
Marbella Homes Real Estate Market
Inside the Marbella Homes gated enclave are 139 charming Spanish-inspired residences with floor plans ranging from 1,600 to 3,300 square feet. Houses are restricted from being leased out, which makes this cozy community one of the best in terms of security. You will not find rowdy or loud vacationers in the Marbella Homes neighborhood, which is a very common site in properties very near the center of Sarasota’s hot spots.
Marbella Homes Community Amenities
The TPC Prestancia and the glorious Country Club of Sarasota are just south of the Marbella Homes neighborhood, perfect golf destinations for players of this sport. The Serendipity Racquet Club is also nearby, popular for its Har-Tru tennis courts. Further down south along Potter Park Drive is the YMCA which boasts of a 10-mile trail, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a paved path for running and biking that weaves through the expanse of the Palmer Ranch community.
Residents dying for some Sarasota action may head towards the Square in the Tamiami area. For basic necessities, Publix supermarkets are easily accessible, just around 10 minutes from the Marbella Homes community. Sarasota’s world-renowned museum, The John and Mable Ringling Museum, is along Bay Shore Road outside of the Palmer Ranch. It is home to art collections by van Dyck, Rubens, Tintoretto, Titian, Veronese, Gainsborough, and El Greco, to name a few. Since John Ringling is one of the original founders of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, historical documents of “The Greatst Show on Earth” are also on display in the museum.