4 Manatee waterfront property sales each top $1M

cschelle@bradenton.comJuly 16, 2013 

MANATEE -- Four waterfront properties valued at more than $1 million each recently found new owners.

A Gulf-front home at 797 N. Shore Drive in Anna Maria sold for $2.3 million to Gregory Reynolds, Kristine Zelt, Andrew Offerle and Heather and Marcus Martin on July 5. The home was being used as a vacation rental through Mike Norman Realty.

The 4,955-square-foot home features three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and was built in 1988 and remodeled in 1995 and renovated in 2009, according to property records. The home last sold for $1.9 million in March 2002 by Todd Hess, according to property records.

Another Gulf-front home in Longboat Key sold for $2.3 million to Tampa attorney Christopher Calkin from Nancy Kozak on July 1.

The1953 home at 6405 Gulfside Road features four bedrooms and two baths under 1,964 square feet, and was remodeled in 1967. The home was last sold by Michael Ratner for $1.75 million in May 2011, according to property records. A property listing advertised that building plans were approved through 2016 for a three-story, 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean inspired home.

A rare vacant waterfront lot in Anna Maria sold for $1.6 million to Evelyne and Glyn Pashley from Mason Martin LLC. The .12-acre lot at 704 S. Bay Blvd. last sold for $550,000 in October 2012 from McGough Properties, according to Property Appraiser records.

A Bayshore Gardens home off of Sarasota Bay sold for $1.25 million from VE Real Estate Holdings LLC sold to Penny and Scott Triplett. The four-bedroom, 3.5-bath home at 2412 Bay Drive, features an in-ground pool, and was built in 2012.

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