Retire to Sarasota, Florida
Famous for its Sandy Beaches

Retire to Sarasota also happens to be one
of the great places for single seniors

Now you might be thinking that living in Florida is definitely not for you. But wait! Do you want to know why?

While Sarasota was once known as the retirement destination, the Sarasota of today is home to a diverse population in terms of age and gender. A great year-round climate, leisure time activities and excellent schools attract creative entrepreneurs who want to live in a community where life is fun.

Almost half of Sarasota County's population range in average between 25 and 64 years of age. But, no matter what your age or stage in life; Sarasota has an abundance of cultural and recreational events that will keep you quite busy as you begin your new life there. In fact, Sarasota has been named as one of the best places in America to live, work and play.

Retire to Sarasota, Florida and find that the center of the Theater and Arts District, offers a world of experiences, including Main Street, along the setting for art festivals; restaurants; and the ever-popular Saturday morning Farmers Market.

Right off Main, you will discover Palm Avenue's fine art galleries; the famous antique and collectible shops of Pineapple Avenue; and the picturesque St. Armands Circle. Why not view an independent film in the 1920s styling of Burns Court, or watch artists at work in the galleries of Towles Court. Nature lovers will enjoy Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, which are adorned in tropical plants from bamboo to colorful bromeliads to exotic orchids.

Among the many benefits in choosing Sarasota is its affordable housing. Simply check online with their Chamber of Commerce as well as their housing home page for all the information you require. In the meantime, start packing! You are about to embark on a new life,in a new town that is just overflowing with opportunities to enjoy the good life.


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