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Cherokee Park in Sarasota


Cherokee Park SarasotaOriginally developed in the late 20s, Cherokee Park is a highly desirable west-of-trail location with a rich history and an “old Florida” feel. With a variety of architectural styles, including Florida style homes, this charming neighborhood is nestled between Osprey Avenue and Sarasota Bay.  Read more about Cherokee Park Sarasota.


Cherokee Park Homes for Sale

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1753 North Dr, Sarasota, FL - $1,999,500

Residential, Single Family Home
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,702 SQFT
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James C. Brown Was The Original Developer Of Cherokee Park And The Builder Of The Original Home That Has Been Incorporated Into This Fabulous Residence In Sarasota’s Premier Neighborhood. The Owners Took Great Care To Preserve The Key Architectur...

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1662 South Dr, Sarasota, FL - $1,995,000

Residential, Single Family Home
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 4,652 SQFT
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Priced Below Appraisal. Located In One Of The Most Sought After West Of Trail Neighborhoods In Sarasota, Cherokee Park, This Custom Residence Sits Gracefully On Two Lots Encompassing Just Over 30,000 Square Feet. Rich Craftsman Style Finishes Comb...

1655 North Dr, Sarasota, FL - $1,000,000

Residential, Single Family Home
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,694 SQFT
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Short Sale! Cherokee Park. Excellent Opportunity For This West Of The Trail 4br. This Home Offers 3-1/2ba, Den, Double Master Bedrooms, Bonus Room, Pool And Spa, And Is Located In Highly Sought After Cherokee Park. The Well Designed, Spacious, A...

Cherokee Park Sarasota

Cherokee Park Sarasota entranceIts heavily wooded streets, lush tropical landscaping and wide range of residences give Cherokee Park a sense of charm, community, and history.   Close to everything, Cherokee Park residents can walk, bike, or take a short drive to reach Siesta Key, Southside Village, downtown, Selby Gardens, Sarasota Bayfront Park and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Center.

Cherokee Park was platted in 1925 by a Scot named James C. Brown.  In order to build a residence for himself, he purchased a former orange grove just south of the city limits from Mr. A.E. Cummer.  There he built a magnificent Mediterranean revival residence which was named, Cherokee Lodge.  This home remained on the property until it was torn down in the 1960's.  Most of the platted lots in Cherokee Park remained unsold until the post World War II real estate boom.

Cherokee Park Sarasota homeToday Cherokee Park is highly coveted by professionals and families alike who not only appreciate its proximity to downtown, but also the beauty and character of the neighborhood.  With its wide streets, towering oaks and lush landscaping, Cherokee park has the feel of an old time neighborhood brought back from the past.  The following streets make up Cherokee Park: Cherokee Dr, Cherokee Ter, N Lodge Dr, North Dr, S Lodge Dr and South Dr.


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Listing information last updated on July 30th, 2015 at 2:03am EDT.