New Orleans


The New Orleans building offers a Central Downtown Location and is an excellent investment with close proximity to the heartbeat of the city and virtually every cultural event it has to offer! It boasts a quiet 11-unit lifestyle, where you can view a glimpse of the bay from the screened corridor entrance. A well maintained community (with an excellent rental history) offers fresh exterior paint, refurbished landscaping and a newer roof. Amenities include assigned parking, additional storage and a convenient laundry area. The pedestrian-friendly location is less than a mile to Marina Jack’s, Selby Botanical Gardens, the library, the Sarasota Opera House, the Burns Court District and its famed art galleries, antique shops, boutiques and dining as well as Main Street restaurants, night clubs, downtown theatres and a myriad of things to do. Along with an easy commute to area beaches, St Armand’s Circle and your choice of championship golf courses.

Features

  • A garden-style building with an estimated 11 residences built in 1982
  • Square footages range from 667SF up to 879SF
  • Typically 1 to 2 bedrooms with 1 to 2 baths
  • No covered parking available on site
  • Partial Bay Views from community porch
  • Waterfront – N
  • 2011 average sales price = $122,000
  • Leasing restrictions mandate a miniumum lease of 1 month
  • Average maintenance fee is $790 per quarter (Individual residences may vary)
  • Pets are not allowed

New Orleans is near the heart of Downtown Sarasota close to virtually every cultural event that the city has to offer.

Amenities

  • Valet Service – There are no concierge or valet services on site
  • Entertainment – There are no additional amenities on site
  • Docks – No boat docks are available on site
  • Health – No Fitness Center on site
  • Swimming – No pool available on site
  • Security and Storage – No security features are available on site

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