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An exclusive gated community, Harbour Walk at the Inlets in Bradenton, FL offers stylish riverfront homes with breathtaking views of the Manatee River. Harbour Walk’s lush amenities and charms are exuberant, but it’s the fanciful waterfront lifestyle that will truly set its residents apart from all the rest. Homes in Habour Walk enjoy alluring water views and properties with their very own private dock, including deep water access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Harbour Walk has a variety of gorgeous, custom built homes, and there should be something there to satisfy the tastes of any potential buyer. Harbor Walk homes can range from $500,000 to more than $2 million in price.
“Unique” is the word that you’re looking for when you choose a home in Harbour Walk in Bradenton. Harbor Walk is a one of a kind neighborhood. There aren’t too many other places where you can choose a waterfront property with either saltwater or freshwater access in the same neighborhood. Not only can you find a home that will give you direct access to the water, there are also community access points, like Harbour Walk’s kayak and canoe launch.
Living in Harbour Walk, you won’t be too far from anything that you might need. The friendly town of Bradenton is right outside your door, with its shops, restaurants, entertainment, and artists district. Bradenton feels like a small town, but it’s not short on things to do. Take a walk through the Village of the Arts and check out the work of the local artists, or spend an afternoon exploring Anna Maria Island. You can actually reach Tampa Bay from Harbour Walk by boat from in only about 15 minutes. If that’s not enough, though, there’s no need to worry: You also have easy access to the Tampa and St. Petersburg areas, and the amenities and attractions of central Florida are not too far away, either.
Harbour Walk residents also have access to many neighborhood amenities, including: