Venice Golf and Country Club Homes in Venice FL

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Venice Golf and Country Club

Have Venice Golf and Country Club in a list of the preferred property acquisition options with values that encompass both prestige and practicality. At once, this golf community is striking for its commitment to the preservation of Florida’s natural environment.

Within the 460 acres of this gated enclave at the city of Venice in Sarasota County are twenty-six lakes and natural preserves acclaimed as among the best in the area. Situated only a few miles from Interstate 75, the club’s environs constitute a welcome habitat to a rich collection of wildlife. For this, Golf and Country Club has gained certification from the environmental group Audubon International as a Cooperative Sanctuary.

Members and residents of the country club take great pride in living harmoniously with the natural environment and the numerous creatures that thrive among them. These include a rich variety of bird species like ospreys, cranes, storks, wild ducks, and the iconic American bald eagles, which roost in the complex. Another source of delight and excitement are the bobcats and occasional sightings of the reclusive Florida panther at the Golf and Country Club golf course. The exotic Florida alligators, in addition, make their presence felt in the golf club’s expansive lakes, thus further adding to the pristine nature and character of the entire complex.


Such idyllic natural setting serves as a perfect backdrop to the Golf and Country Club’s luxurious clubhouse which underwent a renovation in 2003. Its main dining room provides daily specialties, meticulous preparations by a professional chef backed by an efficient culinary staff. Club members can partake of five-course gourmet lunches and dinners, exciting deli selections, as well as delightful but healthy casual meals.

Club members can take care of their wellness and well-being in a 2,500-square-foot fitness facility which was inaugurated in 2004. This fitness center is fully-equipped with the latest workout machines. It is under a fitness director who supervises personal training and special regimens on tai chi, yoga, and water aerobics. There are several club facilities complementary to these activities such as a large swimming pool having two lap lanes, a pool for kids, a jacuzzi, and changing rooms.

Close to these facilities are four superbly maintained Har-Tru Tennis courts, two of which are lighted for night matches. The tennis center, basking amid lush tropical landscapes, likewise has a training director to coordinate learning programs and clinics, as well as help organize member participation in friendly tournaments and club competitions.


Golf privileges at Golf and Country Club are enjoyed in a world-class layout that shaped the entire complex. Its links consists of greens and fairways traversing picturesque lakes and spellbinding nature preserves. A world famous course architect, Ted McAnlis, is behind the design of this 18-hole, par 72 layout.

Measuring 6,790 yards from its longest tees, this course opened in 1990. Even as it was renovated in 2005, the course retains most of the features of the original McAnlis creation. The renovation included the replacement of the greens with Tif Eagle Bermuda grass, reputed to be the best for courses in the area. The old irrigation system was replaced with a modern facility and the native flora of the wetlands primed up, with the non-native varieties removed.

Following these environmental measures, the club was presented with the Sarasota County Resource Conservation Award. In addition, Audubon International renewed its Cooperative Sanctuary Certification to Golf and Country Club in January 2007.

Enjoyment of all the facilities and amenities require an equity membership. Golf and Country Club is a member-only club, operating solely for its membership, and is independent of the homeowners’ association in the residential community within the complex.


There are 587 single family homes in Golf and Country Club’s enclave with gate attendants on duty 24/7. The management of the community is under the Master Association of homeowners. This organization is run by a board of directors which oversees deed restrictions, construction standards, common grounds, roads, lakes, safety and security, and all environmental matters within the community.

A search among sales-listed residences here can lead to a fairly spacious home with 1,587 square feet of floor area and an asking price of $214,000. For an even larger option, one can encounter an offering for a cul-de-sac residence with golf course views at a posted price of $650,000. As many of these home options have equity club memberships, premium values can indeed be had within the Golf and Country Club enclave.