Riverview Landings in Bradenton is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Manatee County. This is a community where lovers of history and anthropology will definitely feel at home, but those who admire the Old Florida styles of residential architecture will also enjoy what Riverview Landings has to offer.
This historical subdivision is located on the banks of the Manatee River, right next to the De Soto National Memorial. Some historians believe that Spanish explorer and conqueror Hernando De Soto may have landed at the spot where the 49 homes that make up Riverview Landings are located nowadays, but this cannot be confirmed. Still, some ancient middens used by Native Floridians can be found around the residential properties.
The real estate at Riverview Landings is diverse and spectacular. As expected, there are some Old Florida ranch-style homes that sold in mid-2013 for less than $390K, but there are also impressive riverfront mansions with private beach sections listed just under $4 million. This subdivision has a community association that intends to protect the vegetation, wildlife and historical heritage of the community.
Nature lovers will enjoy living in proximity to the Manatee River, Robinson Preserve and Palma Sola Botanical Park. A number of marinas and fishing spots are also located nearby. Young residents are served by Stewart Elementary, King Middle and Manatee High Schools. The prestigious St. Stephen’s Episcopal School attracts many house hunters. The West Bradenton region and all its suburban comforts are just a short drive away from the Riverview Landings subdivision.
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