This 7,500-square-foot mansion is for sale on Anna Maria Island for $16.5 million

This 7,500-square-foot mansion is for sale on Anna Maria Island for $16.5 million

A nearly 7,500-square-foot mansion fronting the Gulf of Mexico on Anna Maria Island has been listed for $16.5 million, making it the most expensive residential property for sale in Manatee County.

The property, 100 Beach Ave., was built in 2020 on a 1.26 acres with 110-feet of beach frontage, according to the listing agent.

Charles Buky, a luxury specialist with Coldwell Banker Realty , listed the property.

“This expansive waterfront home offers all the luxuries and amenities desirable to immerse yourself into Island living,” he said in a written statement. “The property is truly a beach lover’s dream, which provides privacy, grand living spaces, an impeccable design and is located in the heart of the much-desired Anna Maria Island.”

Real estate: Longboat Key mansion sells for $9.1 million after being on the market for eight days Additional luxury and custom features include:

A gourmet main kitchen with double-island, Jenair Rise Commercial appliances, two dishwashers, wet bar, butler’s pantry, farmhouse sink and a laundry room

A large courtyard with a seven-car garage

Resort-style master suite that has double island, walk-in closet, spa-styled bathroom with heated floors

Game room

Pool Cabana

Partially covered pool area with spa


The property last sold to Joseph Acebal on July 2, 2020, according to the Manatee County Property Appraiser’s website. A Longboat Key mansion sold for $9.1 million on Thursday after being on the market for just eight days, according to the Realtor representing the buyer.The property, 5050 Gulf of Mexico Dr. , includes a 7,250-square-foot home built in 2016, an outdoor shower, outdoor summer kitchen, fire pit, fireplace, and multiple gathering areas under a gazebo. Residential real estate news: Market has fewest number of homes ever for sale in Sarasota and Manatee counties For subscribers: Surge in material costs forge delays for Sarasota homebuilders Timothy Maylaben purchased the property for $7 million in 2018, according to Manatee County Property Appraiser’s records.Judie Berger of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s represented the buyer in negotiations and the seller was represented by Alan Atchley of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Atchley Properties.The buyer of the property was not disclosed and a deed has not yet been recorded with the Manatee County Clerk of Courts.

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