Built in 1928 in the heart of downtown Sarasota, the Frances Carlton is an iconic Sarasota landmark demonstrating the allure, elegance, and character of a bygone era. This charming residence has been meticulously updated, creating a delightful pied-a-terre where it’s just a short stroll to theaters, shops, galleries, the marina, farmers market, and open-air weekend festivals. Imbued with authentic Mediterranean Revival-style details and old-world embellishments, wood floors and neutral toned walls flow from room to room, awash with natural light. A captivating sunroom boasts paned and arched windows on three sides, the perfect inspiration for writing your memoirs or setting up an art studio to paint the vibrant sights of Sarasota. Return home from the farmers market with fresh produce and prepare a wholesome lunch in the updated kitchen, complete with stainless appliances, corian surfaces, and an adjoining eat-in café. A community pool welcomes sundrenched afternoons before heading out for dinner and a show. Deeded parking space. The Frances Carlton captures the creative spirit of Sarasota, built by the first town architect Alex Browning, and steeped in historic character. Engage your senses in the inspiring surroundings of the Frances Carlton and enjoy life in the city center near boutiques, restaurants, and culture.
Listing courtesy of MICHAEL SAUNDERS & COMPANY. Selling Office: MICHAEL SAUNDERS & COMPANY.
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