Another multi-million-dollar home is off the market in Bonita Bay. According to reports, Richard Schulze, the founder of Best Buy, recently sold his Florida estate for a cool $4.75 million.
The sprawling home was recently on the market for close to $5.5 million. At the time, the home was considered one of the highest-priced listings in Bonita Springs.
The lakefront estate offers a whopping seven bedrooms and nine baths, set on more than one-acre of land in exclusive Bonita Bay. It’s been said the home is the largest property in the entire community.
With more than 14,000 square feet of exceptional living and entertaining space, the custom-built home was designed to appeal to Schulze and his extended family of children and grandchildren. The
High-end buyers are flocking to purchase the final luxury condos in Omega at Bonita Bay. As of a few days ago, just one luxury penthouse remained for sale in the tower. Omega is the final luxury high-rise going up at Bonita Bay. The tower includes space for 63 residences and four penthouse units.
Of the penthouse units, three are currently under contract, meaning just one remains for sale in the building. The final penthouse for sale in Omega is priced in the high $6 million range, with the living space of an estate home.
With more than 6,400 square feet of living space under air, private outdoor terraces and a rooftop terrace combine to bring the total to more than 10,000 square feet. This particular residence also comes complete with a private
A massive Bonita Bay mansion is on the market and depending on who you ask it may just be a real bargain. The home, which currently belongs to the founder of Best Buy electronic stores, is on the market in Bonita Springs for $5.5 million.
With around 14,000 square feet of living space, there’s plenty of home to go around. It’s the largest home in the Bonita Bay community and was originally built for $9 million.
Billionaire Dick Schulze built the home in 2000 as a retreat for his ten children and dozens of grandchildren. Surprisingly, he’s not exactly downsizing with his next home.
In fact, it’s quite the opposite. According to some reports his large family has outgrown the sprawling mansion in Bonita Bay and they’ve already moved on to a new
For the Southwest Florida lifestyle without the hefty price tag, consider searching for your next home in Bonita Shores. While it’s possible to find some larger, five-bedroom homes on the water in Bonita Shores, the boating neighborhood also offers some options that are more affordably priced.
This non-gated community doesn’t have a lot of extras that tack on to monthly living expenses, but it does provide an ideal spot for many searching for a home in this part of Southwest Florida. In turn, homes don’t stay on the market long in Bonita Shores, especially if you’re in the market for one of the lower priced homes in the neighborhood.
In particular, homes priced less than $350,000 typically tend to sell fast. Some of the more expensive homes in
Bonita Bay’s final high-rise is also on tap to be the most luxurious. Omega plans for 27-stories of premiere elegance, with open floor plans, large covered terraces and an endless array of upscale features and finishes.
Home to nearly 70 private residences, prospective owners have their choice of a large tower unit or a penthouse unit, the majority of which are already sold. With upwards of 4,000 square feet of living space, the condos of Omega are designed to appeal to homebuyers who aren’t ready to downsize but seek a maintenance-free lifestyle in one of the region’s most desirable locations.
With only three units per floor, the homes of Omega are more spacious than many others on the market, with walls of windows opening up the private
Pre-construction sales are in full swing for new luxury high-rises at Bonita Bay. The new Omega at Bonita Bay tower is the final tower planned for the area, promising the inclusion of more than 60 large tower residences and four penthouse units when complete.
All units of Omega are priced upwards of $2 million, starting at around 4,200 square feet of indoor living space, made larger by sweeping private terraces. Some units come with a double-island kitchen, a den, large guest bedrooms and amazing views.
You’ll also find outdoor kitchens with gas grills, oversized walk-in closets and such high-end additions as designer cabinetry and appliances, granite or quartz countertops and other upscale extras. Some of the penthouse units, meanwhile, offer
Construction is now complete on the brand new Seaglass high-rise at Bonita Bay, and sales are going strong. While the luxury building is about 70-percent sold right now, furnished models are still available for viewing by appointment and some condos are ready for immediate move-in.
The 26-story high-rise offers floor plans starting at around 2,800 square feet, with other homes commanding upwards of 3,400 square feet of living space. Priced just under $2 million, one of the still available floor plans includes three-bedrooms plus a den and 3.5-baths. It also provides more than 3,000 square feet of living space, along with a large terrace and incredible views overlooking the Gulf and Estero Bay.
Another option is a 2,800 square foot condo with one
From championship golf to lakeside tennis courts, experience the ultimate country club lifestyle at Bonita National. Complimented by its Gordon Lewis-designed golf course, the new development also boasts a number of lighted tennis courts, a spa and a fitness center.
In addition, Bonita National offers a swimming pool, topped off by plentiful options in dining, from more casual menus to more upscale options. Other activities include a daily beach shuttle, taking members to and from Bonita Beach Park twice a day.
As well, the club also maintains an active social calendar for its members. From card games to dances and other special events, you’ll find an array of added activities for members to join and experience throughout the year.
Although not scheduled to open until sometime later this year, the new Seaglass high-rise is reportedly already nearly 70-percent sold. Despite its more stringent, appointment-only viewing policy, the developer’s processed nearly $155 million in sales contracts to date.
Currently three furnished models are open for viewing, giving prospective buyers a front-row seat to the exciting new tower. As the same time, construction is underway for two move-in ready residences, with the expectation they’ll be finished in time for immediate move-in when the property opens.
The tower units of Seaglass are projected to supply at least three-bedrooms and 3.5-baths, plus multiple options in private outdoor space. As well, buyers can also expect to find high
The finish line is getting closer for the new Seaglass at Bonita Bay tower. The high-rise appears to be headed towards completion as crews install countertops and custom cabinetry, paint the units, hang drywall and install windows in anticipation of a likely summer opening.
As crews put the final touches on the tower, sales of individual units within the building are also in full swing. Already the tower’s more than 60-percent sold, with eventual plans calling for 120 units within the 26-story structure.
The tower residences all offer at least three-bedrooms, with some plans calling for a den or a fourth bedroom. As well, buyers can expect to find multiple private outdoor spaces, complimented too by high ceilings.