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DISCOVER BRADENTON REAL ESTATE

Nestled on the south shore of the Manatee River is the city of Bradenton, a bustling community with a lot to offer its residents. As the county seat of Manatee County, Bradenton is the economic and cultural heart of the area. Residents of Bradenton know how fortunate they are to live in such a fine place, and the city’s nickname, “The Friendly City,” reflects a sure knowledge that life can be very good here.

Bradenton real estate is ideally suited for those that want to be close to large metro areas yet don’t want to give up the intimacy of a smaller city. Home buyers will soon see that the homes for sale in Bradenton are the gateway to exactly the kind of lifestyle they’ve been looking for. Fine homes, tranquil neighborhoods, bustling business districts and more are characteristics of Bradenton real estate.

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MORE ABOUT BRADENTON

The population of Bradenton is approximately 55,000 residents and it is located almost exactly between Sarasota and Tampa. Historically, Bradenton was first settled in the 1800s and the city was incorporated in 1943. The city’s rich history is preserved in a number of historic sites like Bradenton Castle Park Historic District, Old Manatee County Courthouse, Iron Block Building and the Bradenton Bank and Trust Company Building. Today, Bradenton is a thriving city with an economy founded in food processing and production, retail, real estate, and more.

Bradenton is bordered in the north by the Manatee River, in the east by unincorporated Manatee County, in the south by Bayshore Gardens and in the west by Palma Sola Bay. The city’s major roads include I-75 in the east, and Highway 301 which bisects Bradenton. Other major roads are Route 64, Route 684 and 14th Street, among others. Local bus service is provided by Manatee County Area Transit, and the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport provides air travel for interested residents. Bradenton is comprised of several lovely neighborhoods and newer subdivisions that give residents lots of chances to get involved and participate in making the city a fine place to live, work and play.

There are so many things to see and do that keep residents busy in Bradenton. One of the largest arts districts is The Village of the Arts, where shops, studios, galleries, restaurants and more entice visitors to come from miles around. ArtCenter Manatee and Realize Bradenton work to promote the arts in the city. Residents of all ages will enjoy the South Florida Museum, Bishop Planetarium and Parker Manatee Aquarium, home of Snooty the manatee. McKechnie Field is home to the Pittsburg Pirate’s spring training and the Manatee Performing Arts Center puts on performances all year.

Other places to recreate include East Bradenton Aquatic Center, River Run Golf Links, GT Bray Park Recreation Center, Pinebrook Ironwood Golf Course, Neal Preserve, Manatee County Golf Course, Winston Tract and many more. Residents have easy access to boating, sailing, hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, swimming, tennis and much more when living in Bradenton.

Home buyers won’t be able to find a better location to call home than this city, and Bradenton real estate makes it easy to say yes. Before looking elsewhere, home buyers simply must put the homes for sale in Bradenton at the top of the list. It’s definitely going to be worth it when they purchase their dream home from among the Bradenton real estate listings.