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Nokomis, Florida Real Estate

The real estate market offers something for everyone. Elegant residential neighborhoods can be found on Shackett, Salt and Fox Creeks and Dona, Roberts and Lyons bays. Home prices vary from the mid-$100,000s to more than $3.5 million in residential areas such as Citrus Park, Laurel Grove, Calusa Lakes, Sorrento East and Mission Valley Estates. New homes priced at $1 million and up in gated communities on a private expanse of beach are the norm in Laurel Landing, Bay Point Park and Casey Cove. Casey Key is a particularly exclusive area of elegant estates. A limited number of town houses and condos, affordably priced from $120,000 to $350,000, are available in Nokomis at the Inlets, Sorrento Inlet and Quail Oaks.
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Nokomis Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Florida

The quaint community of Nokomis is conveniently located about 15 minutes south of Sarasota and is part of the greater Venice area. It is a thriving Gulf-side community with 14 miles of white sandy beaches, once known for having more cows than people. Still a quiet rural area, Nokomis is home to more than 3,500 residents who enjoy fabulous waterfront living in close proximity to the arts, culture, entertainment and recreation of Sarasota.

Nokomis offers numerous recreational diversions including swimming, bird watching, horseback riding, tennis and golf, but fishing enthusiasts are especially in their element. Not lacking for bodies of water, the Venice area is renowned for its marine, fresh water and deep-sea fishing; Nokomis Beach is located on Casey Key and is a prime fishing area. North Jetty Park, a surfer's Mecca, is also located on the southern tip of Casey Key.

The entire Venice area offers many meticulously maintained parks, including Knight Trail Park in Nokomis. The area is known for its spectacular waterfront homes nestled on miles of shoreline on the Gulf of Mexico. A strong Spanish and Mediterranean influence is evident in the architecture of its upscale homes and estates.

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