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Pair of Longboat condominiums are top sellers on the islands

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L'Ambiance units sell for $4 million and $3.5 million in separate deals that closed between Nov. 8-12.
by: Adam Hughes Research Editor

A condominium in L’Ambiance at Longboat Key tops all transactions in this week’s real estate. Jaclyn Kim Brunckhorst, of Nokomis, sold the Unit D-906 condominium at 415 L’Ambiance Drive to William Dan Tarpley and Leann Vanschoyck, of Longboat Key, for $4 million. Built in 1992, it has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and 2,634 square feet of living area. It  sold for $2.3 million in 2017.

L’Ambiance at Longboat Key

William Newman and Alexandra St. Paul, trustees, of Bradenton, sold the Unit C-403 condominium at 415 L’Ambiance Drive to Susan Davis and Richard Henley, trustees, of Longboat Key, for $3.5 million. Built in 1992, it has two bedrooms, two-and-two-half baths and 2,634 square feet of living area. It  sold for $1,437,500 in 2002.

The Water Club at Longboat Key

Michael and Maureen Guirguis sold their Unit 404 condominium at 1281 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Bruce and Jennifer Natale, of Great River, New York, for $2.42 million. Built in 1999, it has three bedrooms, four baths and 3,054 square feet of living area. It  sold for $1,595,000 in 2020.

Tamra Shankman, of Tampa, sold the Unit 304 condominium at 1241 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Anthony Martinelli, trustee, of Colts Neck, New Jersey, for $2.4 million. Built in 1996, it has three bedrooms, four baths and 3,045 square feet of living area. It  sold for $830,000 in 1998.

Conrad Beach

Romijay Enterprises Ltd. sold the home at 7030 Firehouse Road to Theodore Bookstaver, trustee, of Los Angeles, for $1,472,500. Built in 2002, it has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and 2,490 square feet of living area. It  sold for $1.15 million in 2005.

Tangerine Bay Club

Bernard Kelley, of Philadelphia, sold his Unit 423 condominium at 370 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Raymond John Gall Jr. and Marybeth Gall, trustees, of Riva, Maryland, for $1.1 million. Built in 1994, it has three bedrooms, three baths and 2,350 square feet of living area. It  sold for $950,000 in 2008.

Longboat Cove

Francis and Theresa Scardino, trustees, sold the Unit 304 condominium at 5461 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Michael Gray, of Longboat Key, for $835,000. Built in 1980, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,516 square feet of living area. It  sold for $595,000 in 2001.

Windward Bay

Barbara Hyra, of Longboat Key, sold her Unit 205 condominium at 4540 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Seth and Carrie Kalinsky, of Chantilly, Virginia, for $740,000. Built in 1975, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,096 square feet of living area. It  sold for $415,000 in 2016.

Bayport Beach and Tennis Club

Ziv and Shelly Sarig, of Pepper Pike, Ohio, sold their Unit 524 condominium at 524 Bayport Way to Harold Blumenfeld, of Pittsburgh, for $660,000. Built in 1980, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,676 square feet of living area. It  sold for $433,500 in 2014.

Buttonwood Cove

Thomas Gilbert and Carol Gilbert, trustees, of Flossmoor, Illinois, sold the Unit 101 condominium at 3660 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Susan Nauseda, trustee, of Chicago, for $660,000. Built in 1980, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,486 square feet of living area. It  sold for $455,000 in 2009.

Pelican Harbour Beach Club

William Aiden Bagot and Thomas Mitchell Bagot, of Cape Charles, Virginia, sold their Unit H-2 condominium at 4234 Gulf of Mexico Drive to Ralph and Amy Stoy, of Ann Arbor, Michigan, for $430,000. Built in 1973, it has two bedrooms, one bath and 1,150 square feet of living area. It  sold for $135,000 in 1985.

Pelican Gardens

Donald and Rebecca Fulton sold their Unit 16 condominium at 170 Roosevelt Drive to Penny Spector, of Scottsdale, Arizona, for $349,900. Built in 1964, it has one bedroom, one bath and 601 square feet of living area. It  sold for $175,500 in 2002.

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