The following article was published in the Travel Section of the New York Times.

December 13, 2012

36 Hours in Sarasota, Fla.

WHERE else can one spend the morning reveling in the beauty of works by Peter Paul Rubens, Frans Hals and Botticelli and the afternoon lolling on a powdery white sand beach? That is the lure of Sarasota, the city perched on the Gulf of Mexico where John and Mable Ringling, the circus impresario and his wife, set the stage for a vibrant cultural life after buying land there in 1911. Not only did John Ringling create the old-master-filled John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, but he brought the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus to winter in Sarasota. His elephants even hauled timber…

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This Lido Key Waterfront home is for Sale located at 613 Tyler Drive. This exquisite tropical privacy is yours to enjoy in this vintage Lido Key Waterfront Home.  Set within easy walking distance of St. Armand's Circle, Lido Beach and South Lido Park you’ll awaken each day to a superb view of Sarasota Bay—including a mangrove island whose protected natural beauty can never be encroached on. 

Lido Key Waterfront Home for Sale

Inside the home, the key word is “spacious.” With floor to ceiling windows to impart a feeling of openness—along with a split floor plan that includes a separate guest wing with two bedrooms—you’ll never want for more room to spread out.  Central to the home are the living, dining and great rooms; which are set apart from one another by pillars and archways…

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