Copperstone is a master-planned housing development located in the city of Parrish, Florida. Located in Manatee County, this small gated community is only minutes away from some of the most historical locations in the United States. Before the Spanish started exploring these parts in the beginning of the 16th century, various Native Americans had inhabited the area now known as modern-day Manatee County for thousands of years. Most of the Archaic Tribes had gone extinct before the arrival of the Spanish and had been replaced by tribes such as the Muscogee. Fast forward to the mid-19th century, the United States had officially named Florida a state and Manatee County was established. The first settlers chose to name the county after the Sea Cow, which were known to inhabit the Manatee River in those days, but have since then been hunted to extinction. Around the time Manatee County was in its infancy, a man by the name of Crawford Parrish and his wife, Mary Bratcher VanZant, moved to the area of present-day Parrish where they purchased a homestead. Parrish’s son was a member of the Florida House of Representative and pushed to have a post office built. For a while this small town was a farming community, growing oranges, tomatoes, and grapefruit, Today, the tourism industry is the fuel behind its continued success.
The city of Parrish and the surrounding area offers Copperstone residents an assortment of amenities ranging from horseback riding lessons and tours, Segway tours, kiteboarding, scuba diving, live theatre, music concerts, and numerous other related activities for all ages. Another alluring aspect of owning a home in Copperstone is the numerous natural spaces available to the public. One such place is Lake Manatee State Park located at 20007 E State Road 64, where visitors enjoy boating, fishing, and camping. Then there is De Soto National Memorial, which honors Hernando de Soto who landed at the site in 1539. It features 16th-century weapons and armor, along with other various artifacts from that era. In addition to that, there is a camp during the cooler months where visitors can participate in guided trail walks, fishing, bird watching, and see a re-enactment of DeSoto's landing. Furthermore, you have Siesta Beach which has been named one of the best beaches in the world and America’s best beach. The thing that makes this beach so special is its sand which is 99 percent quartz, giving it a soft and cool texture. Besides being absolutely beautiful, the beach has tennis courts, a children’s playground, and lifeguards year-round.
The style of single-family homes in Copperstone is indicative of the Florida-Mediterranean architecture commonly found throughout this region of Florida. Copperstone properties for the most part range in size from three bedrooms, two baths, and 1,500 square feet to five bedrooms, three baths, and 2,800 square feet. Additionally, there is a number of condos and townhouses for sale in Copperstone that range in size from ranging in size from two bedrooms, two baths, and 1,300 square feet and three bedrooms, three baths, and 1,700 square feet. Furthermore, Copperstone has a limited number of lots for sale that vary in size from a half-acre to 100 acres. If you’re interested in finding out more about available properties in Copperstone, don’t hesitate to contact us today for further details.
Maintenance Free- 3/2.5 bath townhome with a pond view, covered and screen lanai. Kitchen is large enough to put a table and has granite countertops and has bar top to gr...