Tamaron Homes & Real Estate - Sarasota
Browse all Tamaron homes for sale and real estate in Sarasota, FL below! For many years, people have found Sarasota, Florida an ideal location to call home. Warm weather, beautiful beaches and excellent fishing have brought people to Sarasota for well over a century. The Tamaron community has been home to many of them since it was established in the 1970s. Unlike many cookie-cutter subdivisions of its era, Tamaron is home to many architectural styles, all of which have been well-maintained thanks to the work of its home owner's association. To get information about Tamaron neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a home showing or private home tour, call or email the DWELL real estate professionals in Sarasota, Florida today. Read More about Tamaron real estate.
Homes for Sale in Tamaron Sarasota
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Tamaron Real Estate Market
Tamaron is a middle-income neighborhood with a mix of families, retirees and professionals. In addition to the HOA, a community security patrol watches out for their Tamaron neighbors. With homes available for under $300,000, the sunny Tamaron area is well within the reach of many young families and retirees. Alta Vista Elementary, McIntosh Middle and Sarasota High School serve the families of Tamaron. Saint Martha Catholic School and Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School are also located conveniently near the Tamaron community.
Nature lovers will appreciate Tamaron's five large lakes and its tree-lined streets, and they will love the west end, home to a 13-acre nature preserve including a lakefront park. Sidewalks line the curving streets of Tamaron, making it a great location for families and active seniors to enjoy their community.
Nearby Bobby Jones Golf Club offers a 45-hole municipal course, plus a practice range, chipping and putting greens. Bobby Jones Golf Club's original 18 holes were designed in 1925 by famed golf course architect Donald Ross, and the grounds underwent expansion throughout the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
The Tamaron community is a short drive from the Sarasota Bay and cultural attractions, including the municipal auditorium, the Sarasota Opera House, and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, which was designed in the 1960s by Frank Lloyd Wright's successor firm, Taliesin Associated Architects, under the supervision of William Wesley Peters.