Luxury Living on the Waterfront at Old Bridge Village
Situated in historic Bradenton Beach on beautiful Anna Maria Island, Old Bridge Village is located only half a block from the Gulf of Mexico. From this spectacular location, residents are able to enjoy spectacular views of Sarasota Bay.
If you are a boating or fishing enthusiast, you are going to love living in Old Bridge Village and the many amenities afforded to you, including a private boat slip that is right on the Intracoastal Waterway. Imagine the luxury of being able to make your way out onto the water within just minutes of leaving your condo. This is the kind of upscale lifestyle you can enjoy when you become a resident of Old Bridge Village. In addition to the private boat slip, residents are also provided with a lap pool set against a lushly landscaped Florida style garden.
Each unit features an open floor plan with great rooms and top-of-the-line appliances. You will be able to easily sit back and relax or entertain family and friends as you show off the breathtaking views.
In the nearby area there are numerous activities and amenities all waiting for your enjoyment. Along with the many water sports offered in the local area, there are also many other pursuits including live entertainment, shopping, fine dining, art galleries, museums and numerous cultural activities. Do you enjoy golfing? If so, there is always an excuse to practice your swing on one of the many championship golf courses situated throughout the local area.
Old Bridge Village offers the kind of exclusive and luxury lifestyle you have always desired. Whether you are looking for a full-time residence in this beautiful area of the state or you want to treat yourself to a vacation getaway, the immaculately planned townhomes of Old Bridge Village are an excellent choice.
- 112 S 4th St, Bradenton Beach, 34217
- Year Built: 2004
- 50 ft Lap pool and hot tub
- Private boat slip on Intercoastal Waterway included with each unit
- Views of Sarasota Bay
Old Bridge Village, Bradenton Beach Demographics