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This majestic 3.68 acres of natural splendor overlooking Little Sarasota Bay is part of a setting where both Native Americans and more recent-day settlers have been gathering for over 5,000 years. Located in scenic, historic Osprey, di... more.scover why this land has lured explorers, adventurers, and those simply searching for serenity and their own piece of paradise. Blend history with the future as you envision the next era for this magnificent property. Create a newly imagined family compound - restore the existing historic residence or build fresh to suit your needs. Loved ones can relish in an Old-Florida existence, straight off the pages of a Mark Twain novel. For the real estate investor, develop an enclave of homes with approval already in place to build on thirteen individual lots with boat docks permitted for each site, as well as ten acres of submerged land. Located near Spanish Point, the Conservation Foundation Gulf Coast, and The Oaks, this area is a jewel among those who revere the natural environment and Florida way of life. Osprey is located centrally between Sarasota and Venice, minutes from what has been named one of “America’s Best Small Cities” by Conde Nast Traveler and “America’s Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living Magazine. Experience arts and culture, fine dining, recreation, sports, and beautiful world-renowned white-sand beaches.