Crossing Creek Village Homes For Sale
The suburban neighborhood of Crossing Creek Village in Bradenton, Florida sits just a short distance to the west of Interstate 75, a major north-south thoroughfare. The highway runs through the far eastern part of the community and provides access to the south-side neighborhood via the 41st Ave East intersection and the 44th Avenue Plaza East spur. Developments within this area include homes within the Crossing Creek Village Homeowners Association and the Reserve as Crossing Creek. Read more about Crossing Creek Village.
Homes For Sale in Crossing Creek Village
This suburban enclave includes many homes constructed during 2008. Typical single family dwellings here possess sidewalks and other well-developed infrastructure amenities. Many single family houses border a greenbelt and line quiet streets ending in cul-de-sacs, such as 45th Terrace East. Residents of the Crossing Creek Park Homeowners Association enjoy a playground and a clubhouse. Although subject to change, the HOA dues recently averaged approximately $259 every quarter.
The tranquil Crossing Creek Village neighborhood extends just to the south and west of the Creekwood neighborhood. Residents can cross Creekwood Boulevard (also called 44th Avenue East) to reach a lovely 25-acre enclosed park. Creekwood Park offers an expansive grassy area, picnic facilities, a dog run, a gazebo and a playground, plus hike and biking trails.
This primarily residential area of southwestern Bradenton furnishes property owners with opportunities for outdoor exercise and recreation. With easy access to shopping and employment opportunities, people enjoy a comfortable suburban Florida lifestyle in this location.
Bradenton Along Florida's Western
Coast Just a few miles south of Crossing Creek Village, the Oneco Myakka City Road links coastal Bradenton to rural inland Myakka City and the town of Arcadia. Bradenton itself supplies many opportunities for outdoor coastal pursuits, including boating, fishing and shell collecting. The City boasts a marina and contains numerous shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities.
Bradenton maintains an airport and enjoys a well-developed medical and educational infrastructure. This metropolitan area lies within driving distance of the large urban centers of St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay to the north, furnishing residents with access to numerous cultural and business opportunities. By traveling just a short distance south of Bradenton, homeowners in Crossing Creek Village reach Sarasota, a famous Florida vacation destination.