104 63rd Avenue W., Bradenton, Florida 34207
Very Casual 55+ Community on Florida Gulf Coast Has Low Maintenance Homes and a Polynesian Theme
Hawaiian Village is an established mobile home and manufactured home community for people age 55 and better. It sits on 50 acres in Bradenton, which is on the west central Florida coast, and it is a mellow place.
The community gets its name from its Polynesian theme, which plays out with colorful totem poles and a few thatched roof huts around the grounds. Streets are wide, paved and lined with palm trees. Lawns are tidy. About 250 homes are here and they are a combination of older mobile homes and newer manufactured homes. Most have car ports. Year round residents live here but so do "snowbirds," people who just come for the winter. Prices start at around $10,000. Check with the community or a Realtor to verify these prices as they may change.
Amenities include a clubhouse, a lending library, an outdoor pool, shuffleboard courts, picnic areas, a fitness center, horseshoe pits, billiards and free public internet service. Planned activities include dances, card games, potlucks and more. There is also a non-denominational Sunday morning church service. RV and boat storage are available for a monthly fee. Small pets, up to 25 pounds, are allowed.
Area attractions include Anderson Race Park, the manatee viewing area at Apollo Beach, fishing charters and the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. Two golf courses, Timber Creek Golf Course and Manatee County Golf Course, are within a short drive.
Bradenton has two accredited hospitals. Both are within seven miles of Hawaiian Village.
This area has summer temperatures in the 80s and 90s and winter temperatures in the 50s, 60s and 70s. On average, Bradenton receives 55 inches of rain per year.
Visit www.hawaiianvillagemhc.com for more information.
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