LakeRidge Falls Overview

Founded in 2001, LakeRidge Falls is one of Sarasota’s best kept secrets. The most often heard comment from visitors is: “Wow, it is like a hidden paradise inside LRF.” We are an active 55+ gated community located just north of University Parkway on Tuttle Avenue. The community consists of 399 homes located on 170 acres that includes 16 scenic lakes, a preserve area, extensive paved walking paths and beautiful, green and flourishing grounds.

LakeRidge Falls is comprised of three different neighborhoods:

Stirling Falls which is composed of 151 detached single-family units

Victoria Falls which is composed of 110 duplex villas
Sandstone Falls which is composed of 138 garden villas arranged in quads and 6-plex style buildings

LakeRidge Falls Amenities

LakeRidge Falls offers a large range of amenities. Our recreation and social center features’ a clubhouse which recently undergone a major renovation.  The grand salon has been enlarged to accommodate large gatherings and meetings which includes our annual meeting.  The gym has been moved from the pool annex building into a larger space in the clubhouse.  The kitchen has been relocated and enlarged and has a pass-through window to the grand salon.  Immediately adjacent to the clubhouse is the pool annex building which now contains two billiards tables, a library and two computer stations with free Wi-Fi. Our outdoor amenities include a heated resort-style pool, spa, and two bocce ball courts. Our activities include a variety of card games like mahjong, poker, and bridge, bingo nights.  Other activities include bocce, table tennis, yoga/stretch classes, as well as, water aerobics.  We even have our own lakeside beach!

LakeRidge Falls is conveniently located within easy walking distance to shopping plazas with restaurants, banks, drug stores, grocery stores and a movie theater. We are just 15 minutes from the beautiful and sandy beaches of Lido and Siesta Keys and even closer to some of the most popular attractions Sarasota has to offer such as the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, Ringling Museum of Art and Asolo Theatre, Selby Botanical Gardens and Mote Marine Aquarium.