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10/30/2014

Home of the Month: 1930s Indian Beach Estate

History and opportunities in Old Oaks, an Indian Beach estate.

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10/1/2014

The Best Sarasota Real Estate Listings of 2014

From celebrity buyers to tony teardowns, Bob Plunket dishes on the deals, steals and scoops of the year.

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05/1/2014

Home of the Month: Whitaker Bayou Property

A Whitaker Bayou property with history and style.

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03/1/2014

Home of the Month: Gatsby-Style Home on Casey Key

Luxury on the north end of the island.

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01/2/2014

For Sale: Ringling Museum Area Cottage

Cottage charm gets a top-class renovation.

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11/1/2013

For Sale: An Architectural Standout on Casey Key

A Toshiko Mori-designed home comes on the market.

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08/1/2013

Home of the Month: William Martin Armistead Home

An elegant 1940 Colonial Revival on its own private island.

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05/1/2013

Home of the Month: Southside Village Bungalow

An updated 1920s bungalow in Southside Village appeals to the heart and the eye.

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04/1/2013

Home of the Month: Villa Solstice

An iconic Sarasota mansion comes on the market for the first time. The wood paneled study in Charles and Kim Githler’s home has the mellow, well-cushioned feeling of great power and wealth. It’s the kind of place where important decisions are talked over and confidences are exchanged. Just ask John Boehner, Newt Gingrich and Rudy […]

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03/1/2013

The Other Waterfront

Want the water but can’t afford the prices? Bob Plunket has some surprising deals for you. You’re thinking of moving to Sarasota and your dream is something on the water. You feel it would be good for your soul, the way that people do. The beach would be best, with its constant reminder of the […]

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02/1/2013

Insider: Home of the Month

Famed architect “Bo” MacEwen’s private residence in The Oaks.By Bob Plunket The Oaks may well be at the pinnacle of Sarasota’s gated communities. It’s got the pedigree, the location, the amenities, and—most of all—the cachet. Its distinctive look, a sort of tropical Georgian that suggests the plantation homes of the West Indies, is the work […]

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