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Osprey is a named area in un-incorporated Sarasota County. Originally settled in the mid-1800's. Located west of Interstate 75 and along route 41 this area has numerous quality housing developments. This location is conveniently located for shopping, beaches, boating, golf, and the best Sarasota has to offer. The south east corner of Osprey is the Oscar Scherer State Park which offers around 15 miles of hiking trails through an upland scrub environment. Located on little Sarasota Bay Historic Spanish Point, with a museum and nature trails.
The biggest development in Osprey is the exclusive luxury Golf and Country Club Community of The Oaks. The Oaks boasts two championship golf courses , 12 tennis courts,3 dining rooms, Olympic pool and cabana. Housing options include condominiums with water views, estate homes including waterfront estate homes, maintenance free homes and town homes.
Located along Blackburn bay and the intra-costal waterway some of the west of the trail communities provide navigable water access. Southbay is a community with a yacht basin, here you can find homes that will provide views of the intra-coastal and affordable dockage in the community marina.
Just to the north of Blackburn road you'll find the communities of Bay Acres, and Hidden Bay.
Willowbend is a deed-restricted maintenance free community. Willowbend is a Florida yards and neighborhood community. Landscape designed to be Florida friendly.
Rivendell is a community developed just north of Oscar Scherer State park. Developed on over 400 acres with an abundance of preserve open space with ponds and lakes. Rivendell housing options include the Cottages of Rivendell where you'll find 84 maintenance free cottages. Styled to give the feel of an olde New England neighborhood. There is also the Woodlands at Rivendell where more Florida traditional architectural overlooks ponds, lakes, and preserve.
Sorrento Shores is a community of just over 200 homes. Many of the homes are on navigable water with quick access to the intercoastal waterway. You can even find homes directly on the intercoastal. Many of the homes were built in the 60's and 70's.
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