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Welcome to The Reserve at Plantation

Welcome to the Home Page of The Reserve at The Plantation Homeowners Association ("The Reserve").

Our community is access-restricted and comprises seventy-three (73) estate-style homes across five (5) streets (i.e., Sherbrooke Court, Trenwick Lane, Wincanton Place, Tremingham Way, Cerromar Drive). Located in what is referred to as South Sarasota County, The Reserve is one of several communities that is situated in The Plantation Golf & Country Club (not to be confused with Plantation Golf & Country Club, a for-profit golf and country club). 

Established in the late 1980s, our community adheres to a Declaration of Restrictions designed to uphold its beauty and enforced by The Reserve Board of Directors through Advanced Management Inc., the association's property manager. Law enforcement services are provided through the Sarasota County Sheriff's Department, with fire and emergency medical services provided by the Sarasota County Fire Department.  

The Reserve is an active and sociable community, with biannual community gatherings thoughtfully organized by The Reserve's Social Committee. We also have an annual community car show. Other outings and activities may be arranged throughout the year, providing opportunities for residents to connect and enjoy our vibrant community. You are encouraged to participate in these events.

We trust that many answers to your questions about our community will be found on this site.


Fun Facts About Venice/Sarasota County, FL


Named after its renowned Italian counterpart, Venice, Florida, is a waterfront city situated along the Intracoastal Waterway. Separated from the mainland by this waterway, the coastal city is characterized by numerous bridges and is frequently referred to as "Venice Island."


Sarasota County is home to the Legacy Trail, a popular recreational trail that spans over 10 miles, connecting Sarasota to Venice. This multi-use trail is ideal for walking, running, cycling, and inline skating, providing residents and visitors with a scenic route through parks and natural areas.


Venice proudly holds the title of the "Shark Tooth Capital of the World." The abundance of fossilized shark teeth along its beaches, particularly Caspersen Beach, attracts collectors and enthusiasts from around the globe.


The Sarasota County Fair is an annual event that brings together the community for a week of entertainment, rides, agricultural exhibits, and live performances. It's a family-friendly celebration that highlights the agricultural heritage of the region.


Established in the 1870s, the City of Venice achieved incorporation in 1927. Residences and businesses showcased Italian-style architecture, contributing to the creation of a delightful model community.


Venice, a city within Sarasota County, is known for its Venetian Waterway Park. This scenic linear park follows alongside the Intracoastal Waterway, offering walking and biking trails with picturesque views of the water, bridges, and parks.


Established in 1950, the Venice Theatre is one of the largest and oldest community theaters in the United States. It offers a variety of live performances, including plays, musicals, and concerts.


Siesta Key, a barrier island off the coast of Sarasota, is famous for its stunning beaches, including Siesta Key Beach with its powdery white sand. Every Sunday evening, locals and visitors gather for the Siesta Key Drum Circle, a spontaneous and lively beachside event where people bring drums and other instruments to create music and enjoy the sunset.


The city of Venice was designed with Italian Renaissance-style architecture, featuring stucco buildings, barrel-tiled roofs, and charming courtyards. This design theme reflects the city's name and gives it a distinctive atmosphere.


Part of the Myakka River State Park, the Myakka State Forest in Sarasota County is a vast natural area with hiking and equestrian trails. It provides a serene setting for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.

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