SARASOTA & MANATEE’S MOST EXPENSIVE SALES IN THE PAST 30 DAYS

Dated: December 12 2018

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What makes a property expensive in Sarasota? Size matters, of course, and so do luxurious amenities, from custom-designed wine rooms to lavish outdoor spas and kitchens and don’t forget about the views. We’ve made a list of the 10 most expensive homes that have sold in the past 30 days in Sarasota and Manatee Counties.


#10 – $2,776,704

3743 FOUNDERS CLUB DRIVE, SARASOTA, FL 34240


#9 – $2,800,000

1503 BLUE HERON DRIVE, SARASOTA, FL 34239


#8 – $3,000,000

529 PUTTER LANE, LONGBOAT KEY, FL 34228


#7 – $3,100,000

4985 GULF OF MEXICO DRIVE, #401, LONGBOAT KEY, FL 34228


#6 – $3,275,000

2161 GULF OF MEXICO DRIVE, #6, LONGBOAT KEY, FL 34228


#5 – $3,300,000

101 CEDAR AVENUE, ANNA MARIA, FL 34216


#4 – $3,500,000

1300 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DRIVE, #603, SARASOTA, FL 34236


#3 – $3,550,000

2509 CASEY KEY ROAD, NOKOMIS, FL 34275


#2 – $5,850,000

16 SANDY HOOK ROAD S, SARASOTA, FL 34242


#1 – $6,100,000

1232 N CASEY KEY ROAD, OSPREY, FL 34229

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Kathleen Comerford

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