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This home at 3531 White Lane has four bedrooms, four baths, two half-baths, a pool and 5,606 square feet of living area. It sold for $1.65 million.
Sarasota Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010 12 years ago

Siesta Revised home sells for $1.65 million

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by: Adam Hughes Research Editor

The following residential real-estate transactions took place between Sept. 22 and Sept. 27. A home in Siesta Revised tops all real-estate transactions this week. Michael and Larise Nicholson, Sarasota, sold their home at 3531 White Lane to Judith Johnson, trustee, for $1.65 million. Built in 2006, it has four bedrooms, four baths, two half-baths, a pool and 5,606 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $980,000 in 2005.

SIESTA KEY
Siesta’s Bayside

Herbert and Susanne Wutz sold their home at 572 Commonwealth Lane to Jonathan Sarvis and Melanie Sarvis, Tampa, for $750,000. Built in 1972, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,902 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $329,000 in 1992.

Siesta Properties
William and Sharon Hays sold their home at 7615 Sanderling Road to Thomas and Nicole Kochis, Sarasota, for $740,000. Built in 1953, it has three bedrooms, three baths, a pool and 3,176 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $550,000 in 1999.

Gulf and Bay Club
Kenneth Carter sold his Unit 303 condominium at 5760 Midnight Pass Road to Rukmini Ganeshappa, of San Antonio, for $709,000. Built in 1981, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,361 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $330,000 in 1999.

Siesta Sunrise
Fifth Third Bank sold two units in Siesta Sunrise to David and Gail Rubinfeld, Sarasota, for $530,000. The first is Unit 1 at 9185 Midnight Pass Road. Built in 1978, it has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and 810 square feet of living area. The second is Unit 2 at 9187 Midnight Pass Road. Built in 1978, it has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and 810 square feet of living area. The two units previously sold for $1.55 million in 2005.

Moorings
Sharon Smith, Sarasota, sold her Unit 2 condominium at 9052 Midnight Pass Road to Darryl and Sharon Roush, Lithia, for $350,000. Built in 1983, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,251 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $162,000 in 1997.

Bay Tree Club
Kathleen Young, of Providence, R.I., sold her Unit 504 condominium at 8635 Midnight Pass Road to Frank and Marilyn Bendl, of New Hyde Park, N.Y., for $261,200. Built in 1970, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,115 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $349,900 in 2002.

SARASOTA
Pomelo Place

Fannie Mae sold the home at 1734 Bahia Vista St. to Paul Gould, of Cherry Hill, N.J., for $300,000. Built in 1949, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,407 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $399,000 in 2003.

Broadway Promenade
Austin and Nancy Forbord, of Alameda, Calif., sold their Unit 1523 condominium at 1064 N. Tamiami Trail to Elaine Spivack, of Mendham, N.J., for $242,000. Built in 2007, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,475 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $510,300 in 2007.

McClellan Park
Cindy Brown, William Nelson, William Brown Jr., William Brown, Robert Brown, Kathryn Brown, Jennifer Brown-Melton and Brian Brown, Sarasota, sold their home at 1639 Seminole Drive to Nelson Roy and Marta Royo, trustees, of Great Falls, Va., for $235,000. Built in 1941, it has three bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths and 1,448 square feet of living area.

PALMER RANCH
Hamptons

Frank Hopper and Marjorie Hopper, trustees, Sarasota, sold the home at 4965 Gardiners Bay Circle to Karina Vishnevsky, Sarasota, for $363,000. Built in 2000, it has four bedrooms, three baths and 3,050 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $322,500 in 2000.

Villagewalk
John and Patricia Cesare, Sarasota, sold their home at 5393 Cambiago St. to Donald Pirodsky, Sarasota, for $258,000. Built in 2004, it has three bedrooms, three baths, a pool and 1,890 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $253,000 in 2004.

Palisades at Palmer Ranch
John and Carol Baratta, of Pompton Plains, N.J., sold their Unit 12 condominium at 7192 Rue De Palisades to Francis and Deborah Sullivan, Sarasota, for $255,000. Built in 2000, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,908 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $260,000 in 2003.

Arielle on Palmer Ranch
Stephen Brown of Henderson, Nev., sold his Unit 1406 condominium at 4504 Streamside Court to Natalia and Semion Portnoy, Sarasota, for $164,000. Built in 2005, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,554 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $310,500 in 2007.

Plaza De Flores
Donald Sanderson of Ontario, Canada, sold his Unit 512 condominium at 4248 Central Sarasota Parkway to Charles and Mary Leach, Sarasota, for $152,500. Built in 1999, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,147 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $142,600 in 1999.

OSPREY
Oaks
Victor and Margaret Baga, Osprey, sold their home at 63 Sugar Mill Drive to Vance Wright-Browne, Osprey, for $697,000. Built in 1994, it has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and 3,125 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $550,000 in 2000.

Oaks II
W. R. Fox and Beth Fox sold their home at 486 Mac Ewen Drive to Darrel Reece, Osprey, for $500,000. Built in 1999, it has four bedrooms, three baths, a pool and 3,877 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $716,200 in 1999.

NOKOMIS
Preserve at Mission Valley

Keith Brown and Judith Brown, Bradenton, sold their home at 790 Vanderbilt Drive to Kenneth and Catherine Smith, Nokomis, for $645,000. Built in 2005, it has four bedrooms, three baths, a pool and 3,872 square feet of living area.

Calusa Lakes
Nancy and Joseph Fox, Nokomis, sold their home at 2160 Calusa Lakes Blvd. to Michael and Jacqueline Roark, of Glenmont, N.Y., for $305,000. Built in 2000, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,911 square feet of living area. It previously sold for $415,500 in 2007.

Contact Adam Hughes at [email protected].

 

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