Buildings: Sarasota History
Frank and Matilda Binz House
The Frank and Matilde Binz residence is highly representative of the type of home built to accommodate the upper class in the suburbs during the Florida Land Boom. It is significant because of its association with Frank Binz an important local businessman, and as an excellent example of a Mediterranean Revival Style estate
The "FREDERICKSON HOUSE" is a one story bungalow located at 310 South Osprey Avenue on the corner of Morrill Street in Rhodes Hale Subdivision near the intersection of Ringling Boulevard within the city limits of Sarasota, Florida.
Granada's Bonita Park Fountain
Granada's Bonita Park Fountain is located within a small circular park at the intersection of Camino Real and Fortuna Street, in the Granada Subdivision close to the southern boundaries of the City of Sarasota.
Grover and Pearl Koons House
The Grover and Pearl Koons house is significant on the local level for its representation of a relatively unaltered example of a Mediterranean Revival Style Bungalow. The style is characterized by its stucco exterior, and barrel clay tile parapet roof.
Gulf Beach Motel
The Gulf Beach Motel Historic District is a collection of post World War II historic resources on Lido Key that were completed in late 1949 or 1950. Includedwithin the boundaries of the district are what were originally three building structures...
H.B. Williams Residence
The two-story, split-level rectangular plan, Mediterranean Revival Style home located at 1509 South Orange Avenue at the corner of Floyd Avenue was designed by prominent local architect, Thomas Reed Martin, and is located in the Morton Terrace Subdivision in Sarasota Heights.
The Hall/Gillete House represents the second phase of development in the McClellan Park subdivision, one of the earliest and best planned Sarasota residential developments.
Harrison and Laura Watson Residence
The Harrison and Laura Watson residence, at 3106 North Lockwood Ridge Road was constructed in the Neoclassical Style. Its wood frame is supported in part by a pier foundation of poured concrete, and in part by a continuous brick foundation.