For variety and convenience in South Fort Myers, consider the peaceful community of Emerson Square. This gated community is made up of close to 300 estate homes, single-family homes and carriage homes by Centex and Lennar in a variety of styles.
A new community of single-family homes is headed to North Fort Myers. Crane’s Landing is currently under development, with plans to bring more than 1,000 new homes to the area.
For a friendly and welcoming community, with the added bonus of true estate-sized homesites, it’s time to escape to Horse Creek. One-acre lots are just part of the appeal of living in this new community.
Construction is moving at a rapid pace on the new Omega high-rise at Bonita Bay. As crews work to construct the 27-story tower, buyers continue to snap up its planned units.
Extremely family-friendly, the Tanglewood neighborhood is a good choice for those looking for a new community to call home in South Fort Myers. This established, single-family home community offers large lots and a superb location.
Noted as one of the last authentic fishing villages in Southwest Florida, Pine Island offers up a true taste of Old Florida. The island’s been a major commercial fishing community for years, and many of its residents are still involved in the fishing industry today.
As one of the oldest neighborhoods in Fort Myers, Dean Park is celebrating a century of history. Sitting just to the north of Downtown Fort Myers, this 100-year-old community was first developed in 1920 when the remote city only had about 4,000 residents.
For affordable estate homes in Fort Myers, buyers will want to take another look at Portico. This development of more than 1,100 residences offers unique designs in a desirable setting.
There are a lot of fun places to go in Florida, but one of the coolest might just be Cabbage Key. This almost hidden island sits off the coast of Southwest Florida, and virtually overflows with Old Florida-style appeal.
Another exciting new community of paired villas is now open in Fort Myers. Bonavie Cove currently has two decorated model homes open for prospective buyers to see, each including two-bedrooms, two-baths and a two-car garage.
When you think of Southwest Florida likely boating, fishing, golfing and visions of year-round-sunshine come to mind. Take a closer look, though, and you’ll discover the region is also starting to enjoy more and more craft breweries.
A multi-million dollar renovation plan is on tap for Bonita Bay. The club’s board recently signed off on a $6.6 million project aimed at making improvements to its Bay Island golf course.