LakeHouse Cove at Lakewood Ranch Waterside is one of the first two Lakewood Ranch neighborhoods to be built in Sarasota County. That means that all residents of LakeHouse Cove will have a Sarasota address and be conveniently located to all the city has to offer.
The community will be built surrounding the new lakes Lake Mallard and Lake Ibis. The homes are being built by some of the most renowned builders in Lakewood Ranch including Homes by Towne, Arthur Rutenberg and Lee Wetherington.
The neighborhood will feature a brand-new community center, fitness center, large pool, dog parks, a playground and sports courts. Residents will also enjoy a kayak launch and storage.
LakeHouse Cove residents also will enjoy some of the best entertainment in the state right in their backyard at Waterside Place. Players Centre for Performing Arts is moving to Waterside Place from Sarasota and building a brand new theatre featuring approximately 480 seats.
Conveniently finding an array of delicious food will also be a breeze for homeowners. Lakewood Ranch Waterside also has a permanent spot for a farmer’s market, as well as a culinary incubator building that will be home to over twenty startup restaurants and bakeries.
There is also the opportunity to relax and enjoy nature as well as water-focused amenities, as Waterside Place will offer a neighborhood boat dock, waterfront restaurants, a public park and dog park. Water taxis will be available from LakeHouse Cove to Waterside Place. In addition, Waterside will have over twenty miles of shore, sprawling nature preserves and miles of trails.
Lakewood Ranch Waterside is just five minutes from I-75, making it a highly convenient point from which to enjoy all that Sarasota has to offer.
Are you interested in seeing firsthand what LakeHouse Cove can offer you and your family? Give us a call today and we’ll be happy to show you around this exciting community.
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