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WELCOME TO THE SOUTH GATE COMMUNITY WEBSITE!
 
The South Gate community is conveniently located in central Sarasota just minutes from Award Winning Siesta Key Beach and Downtown Sarasota.  Many shopping areas, restaurants and excellent schools are in and around South Gate.
 
The South Gate Community Center is located at 3145 South Gate Circle, at the intersection of Siesta Drive and Tuttle Ave.  It includes an historic mid-century building designed by Sarasota School of Architecture architect Victor Lundy. The Association owns five acres with frontage on Phillippi Creek. Many community events, parties, weddings and other events are held in the building and on the grounds.
 
Kayaks and canoes can be launched onto Phillippi Creek by members. Swimmers can enjoy the large pool during the summer months. All memberships are optional and are very reasonable. A social membership is $65 per year and a pool membership is an additional $125 per year.

South Gate’s incredibly convenient location makes it a great place to live. If you are looking to sell a home in South Gate, the South Gate Specialist Chris Kernan will provide you with up-to-date market information and the best way to sell your home. If you are looking to buy a home in South Gate, he can show you all the homes currently for sale with one call to 941-544-2460.
 
The popular monthly South Gate Real Estate Summary Reports can be found under the "Real Estate Reports" Link. These reports give you good insight into current and historical information about real estate sales activity in South Gate.

Schools in the South Gate area are among the best in Sarasota county. Public School Districts and private schools in the area can be found by clicking on "South Gate Links" then going  to the Sarasota Schools page.
 
There are quite a few excellent restaurants in and around South Gate. You will find a handy guide to them when you click on South Gate Links.
  
The SouthGateNews.net website and newsletter are sponsored by South Gate resident and 25 + year Association member Chris Kernan. He is an experienced Broker-Associate with Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.
 
Sincerely Yours,
Chris Kernan
South Gate Specialist
 
941-544-2460 - Direct 
Email: Sold@ChrisKernan.com  
Top Seller in South Gate over the past 10 years! 


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