Cottages at San Casciano Homes For Sale
A beautiful development in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida, Cottages at San Casciano is pleased to offer high-quality constructed homes with eye-catching landscaping that provide beauty while also being energy efficient, affordable, and built to hurricane code standards. Natural gas as well as the particular windows and insulation add to the energy savings.
Being brand new, with their Grand Opening having occurred on January 26 and 27, 2016, there are a range of modern options to fit your budget and desires as the home becomes your dream. Steve Rinehart, the CEO of Rinehart Homes, personally oversees every project to make sure the outstanding quality is maintained from pouring the foundation through to move-in day. Read more about Cottages at San Casciano.
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Homes For Sale in Cottages at San Casciano
Rinehart Homes changes raw land into charming well-planned neighborhoods, each having its own unique flair. They are the ideal destinations whether you want to raise a family or enjoy retirement years. The neighborhood is next to I-75, which provides easy access to commuters going to Tampa and Saint Petersburg.
The 98 homes have an architectural style with generous living space that is between a Florida ranch-style house and historic cottages seen along the coastal areas. They range between 1,632 and 2,503 square feet with two, three or four bedrooms. There are brick paver patios to enjoy the breeze coming in from the Gulf of Mexico and the inlet, and there is enough room to build a swimming pool.
Bashaw Elementary, Haile Middle and Braden River High School serve the young students of the Cottages at San Casciano.
What is nearby?
The Cottages is close to luxury boating communities, upscale shops, golf courses, marinas, and nature preserves. Downtown Bradenton is just a few minutes away, and it is a straight drive down Manatee Avenue to the famous white sands of Anna Maria Island and Holmes Beach.
When visiting Bradenton, be sure to walk this nicely-landscaped flat and clean path that runs through downtown and along the Manatee River. Children enjoy the water area, the skate park, and the playground equipment. It is pet-friendly and has several doggie water fountains. You’ll find numerous luxury dining and shopping opportunities, an amphitheater, and different activities and events for all ages.
South Florida Museum and Bishop Planetarium
Also in Bradenton, this is the home of Snooty, the oldest manatee in captivity in the world, who just had his 68th birthday! He is joined by young rescue manatees. There are many historical exhibits, dioramas, and artifacts including skeletons of fish and ice age mammals along with other Florida history. The second floor has drawers filled with things to look at and touch. The planetarium show is also excellent.