Development attorney sells Bradenton home for $1.1 million

mjohnson@bradenton.comFebruary 20, 2014 

MANATEE - Edward Vogler II, a Bradenton attorney known for representing developers and builders including Longbar Point developer Carlos Beruff, has done a little home selling of his own in northwest Bradenton.

On Feb. 13, Vogler sold his 5,096-square-foot home near Robinson Preserve for $1.1 million, according to county records. The buyer was Iyengar Srivivas.

The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home sits on nearly an acre that backs up to a large pond adjoining the preserve. Its 1819 97th St. NW address puts it in The Loop of Northwest Bradenton neighborhood, an enclave of larger homes built in the 1990s. Vogler's home was built in 1999.

Vogler purchased the coral-colored, Mediterranean-style home for $940,000 in 2002 from the builder, Carlo Morreale. Morreale purchased the lot for the home in 1997 for $139,500.

The home's other features include a screened pool, an 1,100-square-foot family room, and a four-car garage, according to its real estate listing.

Michael Saunders & Co. was the listing agency for the sale. The home's original listing price was $1.2 million.

Matt M. Johnson, Herald business reporter, can be reached at 941-745-7027, or on Twitter@MattAtBradenton.

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