12528 Natureview Cir, Bradenton, FL 34212 - $480,000

If space is what you need, you’ll have plenty of it in this beautiful, spacious 3,828 square foot pool home with 3-car garage and private preserve and lake views on a 1/3+ acre lot in the gated, guarded community of Greyhawk Landing. This home features a large combination living/dining room, spacious master bedroom with adjacent office/study, a chef’s kitchen with natural gas appliances that is open to the family room, 3 nice sized guest bedrooms downstairs, and a huge, 800+ square foot bonus room upstairs with wet bar for entertaining or just hanging out. Outside, the pavered lanai offers a gas-heated pool and spa and spectacular lake views. And if that’s not enough, how about a 20kw whole-house natural gas-powered generator that will keep your tv’s, lights and a/c running in the event of a power outage. And with a gas range and hot water heater, you might not even know the power is out! Homeowner fees are only $100 per year as the community maintenance expense is included in the annual CDD fee which has been added to the property tax bill. Greyhawk Landing is a beautifully landscaped, gated community featuring a heated community pool and spa, tennis courts, community center, state-of-the-art fitness facility, soccer and baseball fields, miles of biking and walking trails, and lots of community activities. Convenient to Lakewood Ranch, beaches, shopping, schools and easy access to I-75.

Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
4
Square Feet
3828
  • General

    • 3,828 Square Feet of Living Area
    • 828 Square Foot Game Room (or man/woman cave)
    • 20KW Whole House Natural Gas Generator
    • Natural Gas Connected
    • Heated Pool and Spa With Remote Control
    • Private Lake and Preserve Views
    • 40+ Year Barrel Tile Roof
    • Gourmet Kitchen
    • Ceramic Tile Throughout
  • Interior

    • Furnished: Unfurnished
    • Appliances: Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Gas Water Heater, Microwave, Range, Refrigerator, Washer
    • Cooling: Central Air
    • Heating: Central, Electric, Natural Gas
    • Fireplace: No
    • Interior: Ceiling Fans(s), Crown Molding, Eating Space In Kitchen, High Ceiling(s), Kitchen/Family Room Combo, Living Room/Dining Room Combo, Master Bedroom Downstairs, Solid Wood Cabinets, Split Bedroom, Stone Counters, Tray Ceiling(s), Walk-In Closet(s), Window Treatments
  • Exterior

    • Exterior: Hurricane Shutters, Irrigation System, Rain Gutters, Sidewalk, Sliding Doors
    • Roof: Tile
    • Pool: Yes
    • Pool Features: Child Safety Fence, Gunite, Heated, In Ground, Screen Enclosure
    • View: Trees/Woods, Water
    • Waterfront: Yes
    • Waterfront Type: Pond
    • Lot Features: Conservation Area, Street Paved

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Lakewood Ranch

Lakewood Ranch is part of Manatee County, Florida which is located on Florida’s west central coast along Tampa Bay. The area was discovered in 1539 by the great Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto along with his crew of conquistadors. The area was home to the Tocobagan Indian tribe, until the group faded from existence. The Seminole Tribe claimed the area shortly thereafter.

Florida became an American territory in 1821, with the area south of Tampa Bay deemed Manatee County in 1855. The area’s name is homage to the manatees that live in Florida waterways. Josiah Gates, along with Hector and Joseph Braden, settled the area in 1842 by purchasing large parcels of land. Manatee County became a major port shipping citrus and livestock on Tampa Bay to Sarasota, New Orleans and Key West.

In the early 1900s, John Schroeder of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an owner of furniture, turpentine, milling and lumber businesses, began acquiring the land in south-central Manatee County that is today Schroeder-Manatee Ranch.

In 1922, the Uihlein family, founders of the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, acquired the property and continued to expand the agricultural operations that are still active today: cattle ranching, vegetable, citrus, timber, and turf farming as well as shell mining. Today, Schroeder-Manatee Ranch consists of 30,000 acres supporting 2,000 head of beef cattle, 1,300 acres of citrus, 1,800 acres of vegetables, 600 acres of trees, and 1,200 acres of turf.

In 1994 residential and commercial development commenced on a portion of Schroeder-Manatee Ranch located just east of I-75, and bridging both Manatee and Sarasota Counties. Award-winning Lakewood Ranch is an 8,500 master-planned community encompassing all aspects of residential and commercial development. Since it’s inception, over 6,000 homes have been built providing homes for more than 14,000 people.

Lakewood Ranch has since grown to become the largest green-certified community in America- since 2005, every new village in Lakewood Ranch has been built “green,” incorporating building products and techniques that result in a healthier, more energy-efficient, and environmentally responsible home.

Seven distinct villages offer a full spectrum of housing and lifestyle options – from single-family, maintenance-free, and luxurious private estates – surrounded by dramatic landscapes and wetland preserves harboring hundreds of species of native wildlife.

Recreational facilities include the acclaimed Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club, 54 holes of championship golf, the Sarasota Cricket Club, Sarasota Polo Club and an extensive collection of community parks, nature areas and lakes. The development also features shopping, dining, excellent schools and health care on-site, and was recently voted “Best Neighborhood” by the readers of Sarasota Magazine.

Today, Lakewood Ranch’s history of successful land management and strong financial planning make it not only a sound investment but a great place to live, work and raise a family.

It is the legacy of a great American family, a lasting tribute to their success as good stewards of the land.

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