Indian Beach/Sapphire Shores

Sapphire Shores and Indian Beach are immediately South of the area referred to as “The Museum District” with rich cultural attractions as neighbors. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, The Historic Asolo Theatre, The Circus Museum, the Asolo Theatre and FSU Conservatory, New College, the University of South Florida-Sarasota Manatee, Ringling College of Art and Design and The Powell Crosley Mansion.

Sapphire Shores and Indian Beach are linked by exquisite mansions on Bayshore Road overlooking Sarasota Bay. The side streets are lined with mature shade trees, cottages, bungalows, Florida ranches of the 1950’s and local modern vernacular architecture. Just across the Tamiami Trail is the world-famous Ringling College of Art and Design and the restaurants and shops that support a college lifestyle.
Neighborhoods east of the cultural corridor include Newtown, one of the first African American communities dating back to the mid 1900’s, and beyond the city limits east to the Lockwood Ridge area you’ll find older homes on large lots in Sarasota Golf Club Colony near Rolling Green Golf Club and the non-deed restricted neighborhood of Desoto Acres.

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