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Of the barrier island communities that are in the greater Tampa area, few have the charm and beauty of Anna Maria Island. At just 7 miles long, Anna Maria Island may not be the largest community, but it is certainly one that has a large impact on the lives of its residents and on the thousands of visitors that flock here each year. Residents of Anna Maria Island are lucky enough to be living out their dreams in this picturesque coastal community.

Anna Maria Island real estate ranges from waterfront properties to modern condos, all reflecting that “Old Florida” vibe that residents adore. The homes for sale in Anna Maria Island can either be purchased as vacation properties as well as full-time residences. Home buyers are really buying an entire lifestyle when they choose Anna Maria Island real estate as their home.

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Anna Maria Island has welcomed many new residential and commercial developments over the past several decades. What was once an isolated community in the early 1900s has emerged as a top tourist destination, thanks to white sand beaches and mild weather. Historically, Anna Maria Island was not connected to the mainland until a bridge was built in 1921. Today, residents can get around via State Road 64, as well as a bus service managed by the Manatee County Area Transit. Residents depend heavily on tourism to support the local economy.

Anna Maria Island is bordered by Tampa Bay in the north, Anna Maria Sound in the east, Longboat Pass and Longboat Key in the south and the Gulf of Mexico in the west. This means residents have lots of opportunities for water recreation, and beach activities, boating, sailing, fishing, and more are extremely popular. Ecotourism is a big part of what brings visitors to Anna Maria Island, and it is one of the protected areas for nesting sea turtles. Other wildlife sightings include bald eagles, pelicans, hawks, herons, bottle nose dolphins, manatees and much more. It’s no wonder residents of Anna Maria Island feel as if they are living in paradise.

There are plenty of attractions for residents of Anna Maria Island. Besides playing at the beaches, residents can enjoy the shops, restaurants, art galleries and more at various waterfront locations. Waterfront parks include City Park, Bayfront Park and Bean Point, among others. Other nearby natural spaces include Egmont Key State Park, Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge, Fort De Soto County Park and Terra Ceia Preserve State Park, among others.

Home buyers will feel right at home as they check out Anna Maria Island real estate. They will have to choose between plenty of beautiful homes for sale in Anna Maria Island before finding their dream home near the water. There’s no excuse to delay a visit to Anna Maria Island real estate, so home buyers should get going right away.