James Markey Realtor
Markey Realty and Associates
5942 34th Street West #108
Bradenton, Florida 34210
941-807-7617


It is our pleasure to help you in your purchase of Bradenton and Sarasota real estate. The Bradenton and Sarasota area is known for its world class golfing, fishing, beaches, and its ever expanding cultural activities. Sarasota was named as one of the ten best places to retire young by Money Magazine in 2007. Currently the area is experiencing one of the best "buyer" markets in the last 25 years. If you were ever contemplating a move to the area, a second home, or an investment property now is the perfect time.
This website makes it possible to find virtually all the properties for sale in the Bradenton and Sarasota Florida multiple listings system. New properties along with photos and property information are downloaded hourly. You may use the quick search, the map search, or to narrow your search down by choosing from more criteria, the advanced search . The advance search will also allow you to search specifically for foreclosures and short sales. By registering you may save your searches for future reference and receive the full listing information.
Bradenton and Sarasota offer a diversity of real estate choices. For those with a passion for golf, there are numerous golf communities to choose from. For those looking for vacation property a condo or villa may be the perfect solution. Whether your interested in the beach lifestyle or prefer the convenience of living downtown Bradenton and Sarasota real estate has plenty to offer.
Markey Realty is a family owned and operated business that has served the Bradenton and Sarasota area since 1980. Every client, regardless of price point receives the same high level of service, dedication, and commitment. We also provide property management services for owners and investors.
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Cherokee Park
There are 94 homes in this exclusive "West of the Trail" neighborhood. Its location, is just south of downtown Sarasota Florida and close to the hospital district. Wide, quiet streets and sidewalks are lined with oak tress and tropical vegetation. Separated from Osprey Avenue by a stucco wall and gate posts with decorative tile work depicting a Cherokee rose, the subdivision was originally developed in 1926. Developer J.C. Brown's idea for Cherokee Park was a neighborhood filled with homes designed in the Spanish, Moorish, or Italian styles of architecture. Due to the real estate bust of the late 1920's, his dream was never realized. As of 1937, there were only 3 homes built in the community. Browns original home named Cherokee Lodge was demolished in 1962 to make way for the bay front properties that exist today. In 1940, the western portion of the Cherokee Park development was redeveloped in order to include South, West and North West drives and a strip of land was set aside for a park along the bay front. Later, this bay front park was sold and subdivided, along with the 12 acres occupied by J.C Browns original home. The homes in the neighborhood make up a good mix of new Cherokee park real estateconstruction and older homes as well. This lends even more to the old Florida atmosphere. There are a wide range of architectural styles in Cherokee Park, traditional, Mediterranean and contemporary. Homes here range from 1800 to over 8000 square feet. Prices in Cherokee Park range from the $800,000s for interior houses to over $8,000,000 for bayfront properties.


2013 Average Sold Price: $1,158,573

2013 Average Sold Price for Square Foot: $311

2013 Sold Price Range: $560,000 - $2,100,000

 

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