Eagle Trace Homes For Sale 

Do you want to be one of those fortunate enough to enjoy the newest Neal Communities’ neighborhood in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida? Not only are the community amenities outstandingly desirable, but the location is just minutes from the vibrant downtown Lakewood Ranch, south of State Road 64, a few miles from Interstate 75, and close to the resort areas of Bradenton and Sarasota and all they have to offer in the way of dining, shopping, and attractions. Read more about Eagle Trace.

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Eagle Trace Real Estate

You can choose from six single family floor plans and three paired villa floor plans with two to four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a range from 1,434 to 2,443 square feet, two or three car garages, and unique modern details that make for an easy and upscale lifestyle. You can even check out a home design that is brand new and hasn’t been presented before. 

Eagle Trace Amenities 

Rated as a “maintenance-included” community, this private gated beautifully landscaped tree-lined neighborhood also features waterfront lots, a recreation center, a resort-style pool and spa, entertainment area with a gas grill, a children’s playground, tennis courts, and more. There are even two fully-fenced dog parks for small and large dogs.  

Schools

Part of the Manatee County School District, students have access to B D Gullett Elementary School, Carlos E Haile Middle School, and Lakewood Ranch High School. 

Manatee Village Historical Park

Visit this extraordinary park to get an insight into some of Florida’s history and view historic buildings with period artifacts that have been relocated there and have informational signage. See how the old south homes were built and what life was like 100 years ago. There is a house, an original school house, a church, a boat building shop, and more. 

For example, the Wiggins General Store has really interesting exhibits and you can guess at what some of the items were used for before you lift the label to reveal the actual description. 

Brick paths link the buildings, and there are no slopes, so it is nicely accessible. A free pamphlet with a plan of the site and a description of the buildings make for an easy self-guided tour.