Palma Sola Trace. This community in West Bradenton offers the best of all worlds: location, value, and Taylor Morrison builder reputation.
Residents enjoy a maintenance-free life style that allows plenty of time to enjoy white sandy world-famous beaches that are just 3 miles away.
The on-site clubhouse with tot-lot, gathering room, Nautilus fitness center, and a fantastic 81-foot heated lagoon-style pool.
There's plenty of time to jog, walk or bike the 100-acre site, stroll down to the neighborhood coffee shop, enjoy an ice cream, or great meal at the new local restaurants.
Community activities abound, including yoga, book clubs, lunch groups, dances, parties, and holiday activities.
Palma Sola Trace Associations
With three associations and a CDD providing services to the Palma Sola Trace Community, This quick reference sheet provides basic information about each association.
The Palma Sola Trace Community Development District (“District”) is an independent local unit of, special-purpose government, created pursuant to and existing under the provisions of Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, and established by Ordinance 2763, adopted of the City Council of the city of Bradenton, Florida which became effective on August 22nd, 2004.
The District currently encompasses approximately one hundred four (104.395) acres of land located entirely within Manatee County, Florida. As a local unit of special-purpose government, the District provides an alternative means for planning, financing, constructing, operating and maintaining various public improvements and community facilities within its jurisdiction. The CDD is generally responsible for the ponds, street lights and the emergency gates (vehicle only).
The Master HOA is responsible for the Common Areas less what the CDD is responsible for. The Master HOA is responsible for all common areas including the swimming pool, clubhouse, and perimeter wall, etc. and all landscaping other than villa and condo areas. It is not responsible for any building maintenance of single-family homes, condos, or villas.
The Condo HOA is responsible for the condo buildings and condo common areas/limited common areas such as balconies or drives appurtenant to the units and areas such as the trash compactor. The Condo HOA is also responsible for landscaping in the condo areas. The trash compactor is for use only by Condo Residents.
The Villa HOA is responsible for portions of the building structures, common villa areas, pest control and landscaping in the villa area. Association meetings are generally held the third Thursday of the month at the club house.
Single Family Residences
There is no separate association for single family homes, they are only part of the Master HOA. Fees are higher than master fees paid by other sections because landscaping is provided through the Master HOA - no maintenance for homes/structures is provided for single family residences.
Water, Trash and sidewalk/road repair is the responsibility of the City of Bradenton.
Irrigation Water is provided by Manatee County
Seabreeze Elementary school sits at the back gate of the neighborhood and Blake Hospital, voted one of the top-100 hospitals in the US, is five minutes away.
For sports enthusiasts, the world-famous IMG Academies (Bollettieri Tennis and Leadbetter Golf) and Manatee County Golf Course are both minutes away. Or, you can spend the day on the trolley touring Anna Maria Island, go deep-sea fishing or jet-skiing in the Gulf of Mexico, or kayaking and picnicking at Robinson's Preserve?