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Frances Carlton Sarasota condos – In 1984, the Frances Carlton was listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its architectural significance and its representation of the work of local architect and early Scottish colonist, Alex Browning. Today the building remains a wonderful example of the Mediterranean Revival Style of architecture that has been carefully rehabilitated and well maintained.
Built in 1924, this 3 story, 21 unit masterpiece is a work of art and appropriately sits near the arts district of downtown Sarasota. The majority of units in this complex are 1 bedroom or 1 bedroom plus a den, with a select few 2 bedroom units. Most condos have wood floors and original windows. Located just south of Selby Library and walking distance to all that Main Street has to offer, the Frances Carlton makes for a very nice downtown escape or vacation home. Some of the upper units have partial bay views, but the main attraction to this property is its historical roots and unbeatable location.
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