Manatee Riverfront Estate Sells for Record Price

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Pictured: 7000 Riverview Blvd., Bradenton sold at the highest sell price in the history of Northwest Bradenton waterfront properties. Photo courtesy of RE/MAX Alliance Group.

The largest parcel on Riverview Boulevard on the Manatee Riverfront, and one of the largest open deep-water parcels on the Florida West Coast, has sold for $8.55 million, the highest sell price in the history of Northwest Bradenton waterfront properties. Located on 5.16 acres at 7000 Riverview Boulevard, the property has 5,975 square feet in the main house, 1,702 square feet in the second home and 287 feet of direct waterfront with access to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The main house has five bedrooms, an office and five and a half baths; the second home has two bedrooms and two baths. Designed by noted architect Don Roban and built by B.W. Saba Inc., the home features some of the finest domestic and imported resources available, including rare granites, wood mosaic flooring, highly lacquered cabinetry, hand rubbed cypress wood walls, beamed 20-foot ceilings and massive walls of glass. The estate incorporates centuries old oak trees, bridges, waterfalls, walking paths, koi ponds and a diversified selection of native plantings, designed by landscape architect Jim Talley.

Pictured: 7000 Riverview Blvd., Bradenton sold at the highest sell price in the history of Northwest Bradenton waterfront properties. Photo courtesy of RE/MAX Alliance Group.

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