2 Anna Maria homes sell for $1 million

University Park home also sells for $2.75 million

cschelle@bradenton.comJune 14, 2013 

MANATEE -- Some of Manatee County's high-end homes were snapped up last week according to Manatee County property records.

Two Anna Maria homes along Bimini Bay canals recently sold for more than $1 million each.

Marcia Martin sold 333 Tarpon St., to Murray Family Partnership of Burlington, Ont., for $1.82 million, according to property records. The address of the Ontario partnership belongs to Patrick Murray, who is listed as an investor in the food production industry.

The home was advertised for $1.9 million on SATO Real Estate.

The 8,146-square-foot, three-story home features four bedrooms and four baths and a heated lap swimming pool, according to the Manatee County Property Appraiser and the home's listing. The land for the home was purchased in 2010 for $300,000, according to the property appraiser.

Nearby at 520 Bayview Place, Donna and Gregory Sutherland of Golden, Col., purchased a three bedroom, 2.5-bath home from Meredith and Gerald Slavin for $1.4 million, according to property records.

The 1987 home also features an in-ground spa built in 2008, according to property records.

In other deals, a Wisconsin couple also sold their University Park home for $2.75 million to Jennifer and Stephen Edwards, according to real estate records.

The home, 7320 Barclay Court, features four bedrooms, 6.5 baths, and was built in 2007, according to the Manatee County Property Appraiser.

In commercial real estate, Harry L. Todd and B J Weeks Partnership sold their 29 percent stake in the Palmetto Walgreens property, 930 8th Ave., for $3 million to GST Palmetto LLC. GST is registered to Steven Guerrazzi of Sarasota, according to the Florida Division of Corporations. The other investor, 13540 North Florida Avenue Partnership, retains its 71 percent interest.

Charles Schelle, business reporter, can be reached at 941-745-7095. Follow him on Twitter @ImYourChuck.

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