Eric P. Thompson, Sarasota, Florida (Premier Properties) Real Estate Agent



Eric P. Thompson
Sarasota, Florida
location_on Sarasota, FL — Premier Properties
Get to Know Eric P. Thompson

(Photo Above. Actual photo of Siesta Key Beach. "The whitest and finest sand in the world." Harvard University's geology department found that the sand on Siesta Key is 99 percent pure quartz grains, ultimately derived from the southern Appalacian Mountains.)


Born a Buckeye (Ohio native). I have lived in beautiful places- Babylon Long Island New York, Seattle, San Jose and Costa Mesa, (California), Denver, and now Sarasota Florida. 


I have been a Florida licensed Real Estate Agent since 2004, with over 30 years experience having bought and sold both residential and commercial properties in California, Washington State, Colorado, and Florida. 


It is my privilege to develop a trusting relationship with you. I understand that buying or selling a home is among the most important decisions in your life time. Making these important decisions is not simply a business transaction, it is about your life and your lifestyle. 


I help solve real estate problems by bringing solutions. I concentrate on providing my customers with great service, accurate information, and solid guidance. I will be happy to speak with you about your real estate needs. Drop me an email, or pick up the phone and call me right now.


"Don't just be a vacationer! Why not live here. I specialize in waterfront properties. Now is a great time to buy. Call me today to schedule an appointment. I would love to show you our fantastic real estate gems." - Eric Thompson




Please visit my website at https://EricThompson.RealEstate to view all active listings.





 Welcome to my Siesta Key (Sarasota) Florida real estate website. Our world famous crystal white powdery soft beaches, incredible boating, world famous golf courses, top notch dining, world class shopping and on par with New York styled theater blessed Siesta Key and Sarasota as a destination city of choice for a vacation or for your retirement.

Located on the west coast of Florida, midway between Fort Myers and Tampa, Sarasota, Siesta Key, Longboat Key and the other barrier islands real estate are among the most desirable living locations in all of Florida.

Enjoy rich abundance from the Ringling Museum to the Sarasota Opera, Ballet, Concerts and the Drama of the Performing Arts Hall. Take in the West Coast Symphony, theater, art galleries and exhibits as well as attend excellent art schools and classes. We have even received Money Magazine's Best Small City Award.



"The world's finest, whitest sand," beating out more than 30 other entries, including the Bahamas and Grand Cayman. Siesta Key beach is clean, it is dazzling white, and it feels like confectioner's sugar. Siesta Key's beaches have been recognized for cleanliness, water quality and safety by one of the worlds top experts, Dr. Stephen Leatherman of the National Healthy Beaches Campaign and qualifies as a Blue Wave Beach by the Clean Beaches Council. The sands feels soft and coll on your bare feet, even in the strongest Florida sun, and that means great beach walking. No wonder beach lovers of all ages come to Siesta Key. Why not make Siesta Key your vacation or retirement home.

Point of Rocks is a shallow formation of limestone rock that extends into the Gulf of Mexico from the middle of the western shore of Siesta Key. This very distinctive site, geologically unusual for Southwest Florida, provides habitat to a wide variety of fish and is, perhaps, the only good snorkeling beach on the West Coast of Florida. For centuries, Point of Rocks has been a landmark for mariners and "legend" has it as the starting point for maps to burial places of treasures plundered by pirates.

Siesta Beach is one of the largest beaches in the area, about 40 acres of land. Crescent Beach extends south from Siesta Key Beach and the Siesta Village, boasts white sand of a similarly fine, powdery white quality; Crescent Beach public access comprises a relatively narrow strip of beach front when compared to Siesta Beach. Turtle Beach, farther south still and nearing the southern end of the key, is a fairly large beach featuring a small mangrove surrounded tidal lagoon: Turtle Beach is noted for its abundance of seashells, as opposed to the sugary white sand found in other portions of Siesta Key shoreline and is home of the nesting sea turtles.


International Real Estate Referrals. Licensed Florida real estate agent since 2004.