Mote Ranch offers glorious views of the Braden River!
Mote Ranch is a deed-restricted subdivision that consists of 9 neighborhoods offering 777 spacious, single-family homes located on the beautiful Braden River. The views of the river are spectacular and perfect for the Florida indoor/outdoor lifestyle you crave. With its great location close to I-75, Mote Ranch is located close to a variety of great attractions including Sarasota’s stunning beaches, the vibrant downtown of Sarasota, Benderson Park, and University Town Center mall.
The amenities of Mote Ranch are virtually limitless and include a community pool, nature trail, private dock, fishing pier, recreational center, launch area for kayaks and canoes, and a playground. With a kayak launch right in the subdivision, you are able to paddle along the Braden River whenever you want. While kayaking, you may encounter many species of animal, including turtles, white egrets, herons, and gators. Watch out for those teeth! School-age residents have the opportunity to attend some excellent schools, including Robert E. Willis Elementary, Braden River Middle, and the Braden River High School.
If you are craving a day at the beach, then head to Siesta Key Beach on Siesta Key, which is only a short distance away. This pristine beach is known for its spectacular aquamarine waters and bright, white quartz sands. Constantly recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in the United States, this Gulf of Mexico beach was ranked one of the top ten beaches in the country multiple times by “Dr. Beach.” If you are looking for a day on the town, then Downtown Sarasota is a short drive away and offers some of the area’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment options in the city.
If you are searching for a shopping center just minutes away, then look no further than the University Town Center mall. For the avid golfer, there are many terrific golf courses and clubs that offer world-class experiences only minutes away.
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