One of my favorite neighborhoods in Bradenton is by far Wildewood Springs condos because of the value, location, and exotic landscapes.
Wildewood Springs is located in Bradenton, tucked away just off Cortez on the way to Anna Maria Island. This neighborhood offers various garden condos linked in cluster arrangements and nestled in a lush tropical setting. The 80-acre subdivision is a designated bird and wildlife sanctuary, and it also offers mature vegetation in a natural environment.
The 770 units distributed over seven village clusters, each ranging from 900 to 2300 sq.ft. There is a variety of 1 and 2 story units. Some have private gardens, while others back onto ponds or nature preserves. Each cluster offers it’s own swimming pool and spa that is connected by nature paths.
Wildewood Springs is located 6 miles from Anna Maria Island. It was built between 1977 and 1981 by Paul Neal (father of well-known developer Pat Neal), and renowned architect Tim Seibert. The idea behind the community was to offer a modern architecture in a natural green environment.
Wildewood Springs has a stable home owner’s association with quarterly dues averaging $1,400. These fees cover maintenance for the buildings, landscaping, full-time on-site manager, tennis courts and pool maintenance, basic cable, pest control, water, and sewer. It also has rental restrictions; the new owner cannot rent their unit during the first two years of ownership. However, some exceptions apply; contact me for details.
The prices in Wildewood Springs remain relatively low. Today on July 21st, 2020, there are 11 units for sale with the lowest priced unit a 2b/2b for $135,900. CLICK HERE to learn more about Wildewood Springs.