Situated in Sarasota’s South Poinsettia Park amid leafy streets named for flowers, a chateau-like compound at 1807 Oleander Street is setting a neighborhood standard for curb appeal while offering 9,492-square-feet of European sophistication and outdoor areas that are lavish and beautiful. This property, which was built on three adjacent lots, has a separate guest house and garage bays for five cars. It’s is on the market for $4,399,000 through Anita and Frank Lambert of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

Homes in South Poinsettia Park date back to the 1920s and it’s always been a desirable residential neighborhood, today significant for its West of the Trail cache. There is no homeowners association in South Poinsettia Park and no neighborhood fees. But, there are multiple stately homes on these flower streets named orchid, tulip, magnolia and jasmine and owners are conscientious about maintaining their investment.