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118 Apartments for rent in South Venice, FL

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1 Unit Available
341 Rallus Road
341 Rallus Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
3 Bedrooms
$2,045
1601 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:44 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with applying for a home online and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs. Our homes are pet friendly, but breed restrictions may apply.
1 Unit Available
5840 Regent Road
5840 Regent Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
3 Bedrooms
$1,945
1616 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:44 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with the flexibility to tour at any time (8am-8pm), applying for a home online, and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
2863 Gentian Road
2863 Gentian Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1315 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:44 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with the flexibility to tour at any time (8am-8pm), applying for a home online, and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
960 Jamaica Road
960 Jamaica Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
1160 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:07 PM
- This bright 2 bedroom 2 bath home close to Venice amazing beaches. Owner is purchasing passes to South Venice Ferry that will take you to the private beach.
1 Unit Available
3730 Cadbury Circle #330
3730 Cadbury Cir 330 Bld 2
South Venice, FL | Woodmere Village At Jacaranda
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1721 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:07 PM
Annual unfurnished Condo with an Amazing location in an atrium setting at Woodmere At Jacaranda 55+ Community.
1 Unit Available
1767 BELVIDERE ROAD
1767 Belvidere Road
South Venice, FL
3 Bedrooms
$4,000
1700 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
A short distance to Manasota Beach this 3 bed 2 bath pool home with one car garage located on a quiet street is ready for the 2021 season. Everything inside is new, from the all bamboo floors to the granite counter tops.
1 Unit Available
290 DRAGON ROAD
290 Dragon Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
854 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
**NOW AVAILABLE JAN 2021 through April 2021**SHORT TERM ONLY**NO ANNUAL LEASES** Enjoy your summer in SW Florida in this cozy turnkey, pet-friendly beach cottage just a short 10 minute walk to the Legacy Trail and Intracoastal Waterway.
1 Unit Available
941 CYPRESS ROAD
941 Cypress Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1220 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
AVAILABLE SEASON 2021, as well as APRIL 2021! Also available Off-Season 2020 & 2021. Posted rate is winter/peak season rate. Off season rate is $1,400/month, and $600/week.
1 Unit Available
20941 S FETTERBUSH PLACE S
20941 Fetterbush Pl
South Venice, FL | South Venice
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
1526 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Welcome to a brand new life in The Preserve at West Villages! Enjoy the spacious Canterbury Model. This cute villa features an open floor plan including 2 Bedrooms and 2 Baths in a well-designed 1526 SF of living space.
1 Unit Available
961 EVEREST ROAD
961 Everest Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
1100 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Available only after March 2021. Charming, meticulously maintained South Venice POOL home .
1 Unit Available
1730 MANASOTA BEACH ROAD
1730 Manasota Beach Road
South Venice, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
966 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 01:58 PM
Need to get away?! Everything is provided, Cable, Internet, your own Washer/Dryer fully furnished! Just a ½ mile to Manasota Key Beach, 10 minute walk, with ample parking and a boat ramp to the intracoastal.
1 Unit Available
747 Hobart Road
747 Hobart Road
South Venice, FL | South Venice
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
962 sqft
Last updated April 28 at 08:49 AM
Annual Rental: 2 bedroom, 2 bath 2 car garage in South Venice - Now available for an annual rental: Well maintained 2-bedroom, 2 bath home with a 2 car garage. This home features a split floor plan and new flooring throughout.
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1 Unit Available
10908 Bull Rush Dr.
10908 Bullrush Dr
Venice Gardens, FL | South Venice
4 Bedrooms
$7,500
3254 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:07 PM
Gorgeous Seasonal in Sarasota National - Rented Jan Feb and March 2021 Seasonal Sarasota National Lennar built this 3254 sq.ft. beautiful home available for 2020, new 2018.
1 Unit Available
4940 Bella Terra Drive
4940 Bella Terra Drive
Sarasota County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$5,500
2113 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:07 PM
2021 Season Availability January – March: $5,500/mo (3 month minimum) 3 bedroom, 2 bath Pool home in highly sought after VENETIA Community. - 2021 Season Availability January – March: $5,500/mo (3 month minimum) 2020 rental.
1 Unit Available
4107 Hemingway Dr
4107 Hemingway Drive
Sarasota County, FL | Woodmere Village At Jacaranda
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
2238 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:07 PM
Woodmere Lakes Home in Venice - Coming available in early October is this charming 3 bedroom and 2 bath single family home in Woodmere Lakes of Venice.
1 Unit Available
300 BASE AVENUE E
300 Base Avenue East
Venice, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
716 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Island life at its best, walk to the beach or the pier at Sharkey's from your fully furnished two bed, ground floor condo.
1 Unit Available
370 BASE AVENUE E
370 Base Avenue East
Venice, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,500
769 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Venice Island Condo. 2 Bedroom, 2 bath. Enclosed lanai in the front. Spacious kitchen and living room area. Bedrooms are large and roomy. There is a separate storage for beach chairs, bicycles and fishing gear.
1 Unit Available
316 GLEN OAK ROAD
316 Glen Oak Road
Venice Gardens, FL | Venice Gardens
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
1107 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Seasonal Rental now Available! Beautifully remodeled furnished home with high-end modern leather furnishings throughout. Waterproof plank flooring and freshly painted in designer colors.
1 Unit Available
5816 MONROE ROAD
5816 Monroe Road
Sarasota County, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1794 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
ANNUAL RENTAL! Beautiful home in popular GULF VIEW ESTATES. Two bedrooms and two baths center around a central kitchen and living area. Separate dining room, family room and living room with beamed ceilings.
1 Unit Available
4215 VICENZA DRIVE
4215 Vicenza Drive
Sarasota County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$3,300
1383 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Seasonal/Vacation condo located in Casa Di Amici of the Venetia community. A 3 MONTH Minimum rental is required. This beautiful ground floor end unit provides 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and offers bright and cozy furnishings and a serene pond view.
1 Unit Available
1810 CHADWICK ROAD
1810 Chadwick Road
Englewood, FL | Englewood Gardens North
2 Bedrooms
$3,300
1199 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
LEASED FROM 01/01/21 -03/31/2021. Enjoy a relaxing location overlooking beautiful Lemon Bay. The fishing enthusiast can take advantage of the private fishing pier or launch a kayak right into Lemon Bay to locate the perfect spot.
1 Unit Available
1800 BAYSHORE DRIVE
1800 Bayshore Drive
Englewood, FL | Englewood Gardens North
2 Bedrooms
$4,500
1938 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
LEASED 01/01/2021-03/31/2021. Lovely home with 2-bedrooms 2-baths and sleeper sofa in Den. Easily accessible, no stairs, plenty of usable space.
1 Unit Available
320 MISSION TRAIL N
320 Mission Trail North
Sarasota County, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1064 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
Great Turnkey Furnished Condo. Owner's are not able to come down this year and are offering their place for an annual rental. Condo has everything you need, Just bring clothes and personal items.
1 Unit Available
9379 CARNABY DRIVE
9379 Carnaby Drive
Sarasota County, FL
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
1489 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 02:00 PM
RENTED 11/1/20 TO 5/31/21. Posted rate is winter/peak season. Villa is available in the off-season for $1,700.00/month. HOA minimum rental requirement is 7 months. Two Bedroom plus den and Two Bath end unit villa.
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How much is rent in South Venice?
Apartment Rentals in South Venice start at $1,350/month.
How much is rent in South Venice?
Apartment Rentals in South Venice start at $1,350/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in South Venice?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find South Venice apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in South Venice?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find South Venice apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some South Venice properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some South Venice properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How much should I pay for rent in South Venice?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in South Venice.
How much should I pay for rent in South Venice?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in South Venice.
How can I find off-campus housing in South Venice?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around South Venice. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Florida SouthWestern State College, Ringling College of Art and Design, Florida Gulf Coast University, and University of South Florida-Sarasota-Manatee.
How can I find off-campus housing in South Venice?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around South Venice. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Florida SouthWestern State College, Ringling College of Art and Design, Florida Gulf Coast University, and University of South Florida-Sarasota-Manatee.

City Guide

South Venice
With a chilled out nightlife, beautiful white sand beaches, and all the fishing anyone could possibly dream of, it's hard to deny the charm of tiny South Venice, Florida.
With a chilled out nightlife, beautiful white sand beaches, and all the fishing anyone could possibly dream of, it's hard to deny the charm of tiny South Venice, Florida.

South Venice has just over 13,000 people packed into six square miles, making the community quite crowded. It's easy to see why. Besides the beautiful natural landscapes that surround the city, the weather is remarkably consistent with a low of just 51, even in the coldest months, and a toasty high of 95 degrees in the middle of July. Because of the fantastic climate and the gorgeous views, the area is in high demand -- which means high property values. Living in South Venice is a pricy endeavor, but it can be well worth it, particularly for those that enjoy being close to a beach, yet still away from the beach culture.

Moving to South Venice

South Venice is pricier than most of the country, there's no doubt about that. Most homes in the area sell in the San Diego price range, and that's just for 2 bedrooms. But the thing to keep in mind is this: South Venice is a popular vacation spot. Property values can fluctuate wildly based on how many people are looking to invest their hard earned money into a timeshare on a quiet Floridian beach somewhere.

On the other hand, if you're not interested in purchasing a place, apartments for rent are always an option. It may well be less expensive than a monthly mortgage, but with the average rent coming in around a grand per month, it won't be much less expensive.

Starting the Search

Begin your search when it's cold, of course! Winter is the quiet season around South Venice. Despite the moderate temperatures, most folks have to work, which makes the tiny beach town a very quiet place during the off-season. Everything is less expensive during this time, and not just housing, either: food, hotels, anything you can think of. Business owners are happy to see a friendly wallet -- err, face -- during this season. The number of people looking for rental apartments are much lower, and if you find a deal that you just can't pass up, try to talk the landlord into a deal. Lock in the rate if at all possible. Convince the landlord that one in the hand is better than two in the bush, and you might just get a great rate on rent that will last you throughout the year.

What to Bring

Bring along a cut-throat mindset. You aren't going to be the only person trying to find a great deal on housing or rental costs during this time. If you come across a place you like, make a move for it -- and keep an eagle eye out for the competition. South Venice is a rather small town, so it shouldn't be hard to spot other hungry house-hunters. Make sure you have copies of your credit history, your rental history, and proof of income. Most landlords and real estate agencies will require that information anyway; having it on hand just speeds up the process and gives you the edge on less-prepared competitors. Oh, and be sure to find out if they allow pets or not; it would be a shame to find a home for rent only to discover your four-legged baby isn't allowed.

Moving to South Venice
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South Venice is pricier than most of the country, there's no doubt about that. Most homes in the area sell in the San Diego price range, and that's just for 2 bedrooms. But the thing to keep in mind is this: South Venice is a popular vacation spot. Property values can fluctuate wildly based on how many people are looking to invest their hard earned money into a timeshare on a quiet Floridian beach somewhere.

On the other hand, if you're not interested in purchasing a place, apartments for rent are always an option. It may well be less expensive than a monthly mortgage, but with the average rent coming in around a grand per month, it won't be much less expensive.

Starting the Search

Begin your search when it's cold, of course! Winter is the quiet season around South Venice. Despite the moderate temperatures, most folks have to work, which makes the tiny beach town a very quiet place during the off-season. Everything is less expensive during this time, and not just housing, either: food, hotels, anything you can think of. Business owners are happy to see a friendly wallet -- err, face -- during this season. The number of people looking for rental apartments are much lower, and if you find a deal that you just can't pass up, try to talk the landlord into a deal. Lock in the rate if at all possible. Convince the landlord that one in the hand is better than two in the bush, and you might just get a great rate on rent that will last you throughout the year.

What to Bring

Bring along a cut-throat mindset. You aren't going to be the only person trying to find a great deal on housing or rental costs during this time. If you come across a place you like, make a move for it -- and keep an eagle eye out for the competition. South Venice is a rather small town, so it shouldn't be hard to spot other hungry house-hunters. Make sure you have copies of your credit history, your rental history, and proof of income. Most landlords and real estate agencies will require that information anyway; having it on hand just speeds up the process and gives you the edge on less-prepared competitors. Oh, and be sure to find out if they allow pets or not; it would be a shame to find a home for rent only to discover your four-legged baby isn't allowed.

South Venice Neighborhoods

Florida Pines: Florida Pines is a mobile home park found in Venice. The cheapest accommodations in the area can be found here, where studio apartments in South Venice can be had for the least cost.

South Venice: South Venice is the most varied neighborhood in the area, with homes ranging drastically in cost. Rentals can also be had. South Venice is the area where most families and retired couples live. More suburban and laid back than either Florida Pines or Woodmere Village, South Venice is probably the best place for newcomers to look for housing.

Woodmere Village at Jacaranda: This is the Beverly Hills of South Venice. With huge square footage for the individual homes and even higher prices, Woodmere Village is where you can find the largest, fanciest homes in the area. A popular choice for the wealthier residents of the area, Woodmere Village still has homes for sale, but at quite a high price.

South Venice Neighborhoods
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Florida Pines: Florida Pines is a mobile home park found in Venice. The cheapest accommodations in the area can be found here, where studio apartments in South Venice can be had for the least cost.

South Venice: South Venice is the most varied neighborhood in the area, with homes ranging drastically in cost. Rentals can also be had. South Venice is the area where most families and retired couples live. More suburban and laid back than either Florida Pines or Woodmere Village, South Venice is probably the best place for newcomers to look for housing.

Woodmere Village at Jacaranda: This is the Beverly Hills of South Venice. With huge square footage for the individual homes and even higher prices, Woodmere Village is where you can find the largest, fanciest homes in the area. A popular choice for the wealthier residents of the area, Woodmere Village still has homes for sale, but at quite a high price.

Life in South Venice

The average day for most residents is pretty simple: wake up, grab a cup of coffee, and read the local paper while watching the sun set. Some like to go for early morning walks, and it is not uncommon to see a number of dogs roaming around in the morning, saying hello to their fellow dog friends as their owners talk amongst themselves.

Life in South Venice is a very calm, slow sort of lifestyle. The community has several restaurants to choose from, all of which are geared more toward tourists than residents. The single pub in town (TJ Carney's) is inexpensive and laid back. Residents can often be found here after a long day of work, discussing life and politics or whatever other hot topic might come up.

There's not really anything in the way of public transport. Residents walk, bike, or drive anywhere they need to go. The town is rather fitness oriented, however; the beaches are often dotted with footprints from runners who enjoy soaking up the morning air while out for a jog.

If you ever feel the need to head to a larger city, Sarasota fortunately isn't far away. Most residents plan day trips to head into town for supplies and rations before heading back to the comparatively quieter areas in South Venice. Despite the cost of housing in the area, at least 13,000 people feel as if it's worth calling home, and what better testimonial can there be than that? Take your time to look for a place to live, but when you do find one, definitely move quickly. Best of luck!

Life in South Venice
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The average day for most residents is pretty simple: wake up, grab a cup of coffee, and read the local paper while watching the sun set. Some like to go for early morning walks, and it is not uncommon to see a number of dogs roaming around in the morning, saying hello to their fellow dog friends as their owners talk amongst themselves.

Life in South Venice is a very calm, slow sort of lifestyle. The community has several restaurants to choose from, all of which are geared more toward tourists than residents. The single pub in town (TJ Carney's) is inexpensive and laid back. Residents can often be found here after a long day of work, discussing life and politics or whatever other hot topic might come up.

There's not really anything in the way of public transport. Residents walk, bike, or drive anywhere they need to go. The town is rather fitness oriented, however; the beaches are often dotted with footprints from runners who enjoy soaking up the morning air while out for a jog.

If you ever feel the need to head to a larger city, Sarasota fortunately isn't far away. Most residents plan day trips to head into town for supplies and rations before heading back to the comparatively quieter areas in South Venice. Despite the cost of housing in the area, at least 13,000 people feel as if it's worth calling home, and what better testimonial can there be than that? Take your time to look for a place to live, but when you do find one, definitely move quickly. Best of luck!

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City Guide

South Venice
With a chilled out nightlife, beautiful white sand beaches, and all the fishing anyone could possibly dream of, it's hard to deny the charm of tiny South Venice, Florida.
With a chilled out nightlife, beautiful white sand beaches, and all the fishing anyone could possibly dream of, it's hard to deny the charm of tiny South Venice, Florida.

South Venice has just over 13,000 people packed into six square miles, making the community quite crowded. It's easy to see why. Besides the beautiful natural landscapes that surround the city, the weather is remarkably consistent with a low of just 51, even in the coldest months, and a toasty high of 95 degrees in the middle of July. Because of the fantastic climate and the gorgeous views, the area is in high demand -- which means high property values. Living in South Venice is a pricy endeavor, but it can be well worth it, particularly for those that enjoy being close to a beach, yet still away from the beach culture.

Moving to South Venice

South Venice is pricier than most of the country, there's no doubt about that. Most homes in the area sell in the San Diego price range, and that's just for 2 bedrooms. But the thing to keep in mind is this: South Venice is a popular vacation spot. Property values can fluctuate wildly based on how many people are looking to invest their hard earned money into a timeshare on a quiet Floridian beach somewhere.

On the other hand, if you're not interested in purchasing a place, apartments for rent are always an option. It may well be less expensive than a monthly mortgage, but with the average rent coming in around a grand per month, it won't be much less expensive.

Starting the Search

Begin your search when it's cold, of course! Winter is the quiet season around South Venice. Despite the moderate temperatures, most folks have to work, which makes the tiny beach town a very quiet place during the off-season. Everything is less expensive during this time, and not just housing, either: food, hotels, anything you can think of. Business owners are happy to see a friendly wallet -- err, face -- during this season. The number of people looking for rental apartments are much lower, and if you find a deal that you just can't pass up, try to talk the landlord into a deal. Lock in the rate if at all possible. Convince the landlord that one in the hand is better than two in the bush, and you might just get a great rate on rent that will last you throughout the year.

What to Bring

Bring along a cut-throat mindset. You aren't going to be the only person trying to find a great deal on housing or rental costs during this time. If you come across a place you like, make a move for it -- and keep an eagle eye out for the competition. South Venice is a rather small town, so it shouldn't be hard to spot other hungry house-hunters. Make sure you have copies of your credit history, your rental history, and proof of income. Most landlords and real estate agencies will require that information anyway; having it on hand just speeds up the process and gives you the edge on less-prepared competitors. Oh, and be sure to find out if they allow pets or not; it would be a shame to find a home for rent only to discover your four-legged baby isn't allowed.

Moving to South Venice
+

South Venice is pricier than most of the country, there's no doubt about that. Most homes in the area sell in the San Diego price range, and that's just for 2 bedrooms. But the thing to keep in mind is this: South Venice is a popular vacation spot. Property values can fluctuate wildly based on how many people are looking to invest their hard earned money into a timeshare on a quiet Floridian beach somewhere.

On the other hand, if you're not interested in purchasing a place, apartments for rent are always an option. It may well be less expensive than a monthly mortgage, but with the average rent coming in around a grand per month, it won't be much less expensive.

Starting the Search

Begin your search when it's cold, of course! Winter is the quiet season around South Venice. Despite the moderate temperatures, most folks have to work, which makes the tiny beach town a very quiet place during the off-season. Everything is less expensive during this time, and not just housing, either: food, hotels, anything you can think of. Business owners are happy to see a friendly wallet -- err, face -- during this season. The number of people looking for rental apartments are much lower, and if you find a deal that you just can't pass up, try to talk the landlord into a deal. Lock in the rate if at all possible. Convince the landlord that one in the hand is better than two in the bush, and you might just get a great rate on rent that will last you throughout the year.

What to Bring

Bring along a cut-throat mindset. You aren't going to be the only person trying to find a great deal on housing or rental costs during this time. If you come across a place you like, make a move for it -- and keep an eagle eye out for the competition. South Venice is a rather small town, so it shouldn't be hard to spot other hungry house-hunters. Make sure you have copies of your credit history, your rental history, and proof of income. Most landlords and real estate agencies will require that information anyway; having it on hand just speeds up the process and gives you the edge on less-prepared competitors. Oh, and be sure to find out if they allow pets or not; it would be a shame to find a home for rent only to discover your four-legged baby isn't allowed.

South Venice Neighborhoods

Florida Pines: Florida Pines is a mobile home park found in Venice. The cheapest accommodations in the area can be found here, where studio apartments in South Venice can be had for the least cost.

South Venice: South Venice is the most varied neighborhood in the area, with homes ranging drastically in cost. Rentals can also be had. South Venice is the area where most families and retired couples live. More suburban and laid back than either Florida Pines or Woodmere Village, South Venice is probably the best place for newcomers to look for housing.

Woodmere Village at Jacaranda: This is the Beverly Hills of South Venice. With huge square footage for the individual homes and even higher prices, Woodmere Village is where you can find the largest, fanciest homes in the area. A popular choice for the wealthier residents of the area, Woodmere Village still has homes for sale, but at quite a high price.

South Venice Neighborhoods
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Florida Pines: Florida Pines is a mobile home park found in Venice. The cheapest accommodations in the area can be found here, where studio apartments in South Venice can be had for the least cost.

South Venice: South Venice is the most varied neighborhood in the area, with homes ranging drastically in cost. Rentals can also be had. South Venice is the area where most families and retired couples live. More suburban and laid back than either Florida Pines or Woodmere Village, South Venice is probably the best place for newcomers to look for housing.

Woodmere Village at Jacaranda: This is the Beverly Hills of South Venice. With huge square footage for the individual homes and even higher prices, Woodmere Village is where you can find the largest, fanciest homes in the area. A popular choice for the wealthier residents of the area, Woodmere Village still has homes for sale, but at quite a high price.

Life in South Venice

The average day for most residents is pretty simple: wake up, grab a cup of coffee, and read the local paper while watching the sun set. Some like to go for early morning walks, and it is not uncommon to see a number of dogs roaming around in the morning, saying hello to their fellow dog friends as their owners talk amongst themselves.

Life in South Venice is a very calm, slow sort of lifestyle. The community has several restaurants to choose from, all of which are geared more toward tourists than residents. The single pub in town (TJ Carney's) is inexpensive and laid back. Residents can often be found here after a long day of work, discussing life and politics or whatever other hot topic might come up.

There's not really anything in the way of public transport. Residents walk, bike, or drive anywhere they need to go. The town is rather fitness oriented, however; the beaches are often dotted with footprints from runners who enjoy soaking up the morning air while out for a jog.

If you ever feel the need to head to a larger city, Sarasota fortunately isn't far away. Most residents plan day trips to head into town for supplies and rations before heading back to the comparatively quieter areas in South Venice. Despite the cost of housing in the area, at least 13,000 people feel as if it's worth calling home, and what better testimonial can there be than that? Take your time to look for a place to live, but when you do find one, definitely move quickly. Best of luck!

Life in South Venice
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The average day for most residents is pretty simple: wake up, grab a cup of coffee, and read the local paper while watching the sun set. Some like to go for early morning walks, and it is not uncommon to see a number of dogs roaming around in the morning, saying hello to their fellow dog friends as their owners talk amongst themselves.

Life in South Venice is a very calm, slow sort of lifestyle. The community has several restaurants to choose from, all of which are geared more toward tourists than residents. The single pub in town (TJ Carney's) is inexpensive and laid back. Residents can often be found here after a long day of work, discussing life and politics or whatever other hot topic might come up.

There's not really anything in the way of public transport. Residents walk, bike, or drive anywhere they need to go. The town is rather fitness oriented, however; the beaches are often dotted with footprints from runners who enjoy soaking up the morning air while out for a jog.

If you ever feel the need to head to a larger city, Sarasota fortunately isn't far away. Most residents plan day trips to head into town for supplies and rations before heading back to the comparatively quieter areas in South Venice. Despite the cost of housing in the area, at least 13,000 people feel as if it's worth calling home, and what better testimonial can there be than that? Take your time to look for a place to live, but when you do find one, definitely move quickly. Best of luck!