Anna Maria Island Real Estate

    Beautiful Anna Maria Island beaches are a nature lovers dream, rich with sea life and clean turquoise waters.

    Along the neat streets one can find small cottages, newer single-family homes, a few motels and several key west style condos.  Venture toward the beach or bay front and you’ll find some of the area’s most exquisite and protected luxury homes, complete with expansive views and private docks.

    There is a relaxed and respectful atmosphere on this key.  Those who reside on Anna Maria Island real estate enjoy its unique vibe.  Often referred to as “old Florida,” it perpetuates a little bit of a small town, homey feel with its own schools, churches, restaurants and essential shopping, but without the overbearing commercialism of many beach towns.  It’s building code restricts construction to nothing over 3 floors, and a commitment to natural preservation pervades the island.  You’ll not find fast-food or chain dining on our Anna Maria Island, but you will delight in the fresh catch of the day at welcoming, small family-run restaurants.  Enjoy eco-friendly tourism while walking the beaches and many piers.  Keep your eye on the sea so you don’t miss the dolphins, sea turtles and many of the tropical sea life.

    Residents are closely connected to the mainland for entertainment, air transportation and other more demanding activity.  They are as close to the big-city amenities of Tampa, St. Petersburg as they are to Downtown Sarasota.  Recently a section of Pine Avenue has undergone major renovation to repurpose several blocks of older, historic buildings into a walkable arts and commercial strip with boutiques, restaurants and some mixed-use addresses at the northern most tip of our string of keys is Anna Maria Island.

    Found on this quiet key/island are three small communities: Anna Maria, Holmes Beach and Bradenton Beach, whose combined population is around 8,500. It is believed that Anna Maria was named by explorer Ponce De Leon in honor of the queen of Charles II of Spain, Anna Maria van Pfalz-Neuburg.

    Anna Maria real estate (and her “sisters” Holmes Beach and Bradenton Beach) offers the visitor or lucky resident a taste of paradise on the scale of the 1950’s before the explosion of social media, constant connections and rampant technology. It offers some of the best real estate in Manatee County Florida.  It is truly a place for a casual rejuvenating beach get-away.

    It’s Manatee County’s ultimate remote gulf coast keys lifestyle – Anna Maria Island is located on the remote northern tip of Longboat Key, Bradenton Beach and Holmes Beach.  Anna Maria Island is 45 minutes from the SRQ Airport and 1 hour 30 minutes to the Tampa/St. Pete Airports.  Either driving or boating into Anna Maria is dreamy.  Head north past Sarasota, Longboat Key, and Holmes beach and just directly west of Bradenton.  Popular Passage Key inlet is a boaters destiny at Anna Maria Island.  You will find pockets of quaint beach communities, marinas, restaurants, tourist attractions and beautiful fishing piers.  Dolphins, sea turtles, and rare wildlife flourishes here.  You can find single family homes start at approximately $400’s and can go up into the multi millions.  Condominiums, Duplexes, and Cottages will start at approximately $600’s and go up to the multi millions.  Land starts at approximately $350’s and can go up into the millions.  Pricing is higher on Anna Maria Island because of it’s very low inventory and it’s highly sought after “artistic beach town” feel.   The Anna Maria Keys are boasting with tourism, long white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters.

    For property showings and Real Estate information on Anna Maria Island please contact Oliver McConnell at 941-539-1916.

    Anna-Maria (2)

    Anna Maria Island
    Anna Maria Island
    Anna-Maria (6)
    Rod & Reel Pier on Anna Maria Island
    Anna Maria Island has clear teal waters and white sandy beaches.
    Anna Maria Island has clear teal waters and white sandy beaches.