It’s no coincidence that Venice, Florida shares its name with the legendary Italian City of Canals. In the late 1800’s a prominent Gulf Coast pioneer, Frank Higel, suggested the name “Venice” because he was moved by the scenic waterways leading out to the azure Gulf of Mexico.
Wisely, the emerging community chose John Nolan, a famous city planner, to design the city. The results are truly extraordinary – sweeping tree-lined boulevards leading to beaches, parks, greenways, the Intracoastal Waterway and residential areas. The architecture is eclectic, its town center Mediterranean influenced. Its homes and condominiums offer a combination of mid-century modern, contemporary, Tuscan, and brightly painted Old Florida-style residences.
Venice Island offers a unique opportunity to live alongside the Gulf of Mexico, with its quaint shops, dining, boating, fishing, bike paths, cultural and other recreational activities. Sandy beaches, golf courses, and a relaxed Florida sensibility … you’ll be taken in by a friendly and walkable community where the quality of life is truly remarkable.
For more information, call Robert Goldman:
Robert S. Goldman, PA, JD,
Michael Saunders & Company
Licensed Real Estate Broker
110 Nokomis Avenue South
Venice, FL 34285