Park Shore Low-density High-rise Condo Developments
With ultra-luxurious features and highly desirable amenities, Park Shore’s low-density high-rise condos offer up some of the most exclusive options in beachfront condominium living in all of Southwest Florida. In particular, three developments rise to meet the high expectations of buyers, all with sprawling floor plans and high-end touches.
Enclave at Park Shore
Enclave includes just 28 units, with one home on each of its floors. As each residence at Enclave includes more than 6,200 square feet of living space, these expansive homes also offer outstanding views of the Gulf and Venetian Bay. With homes commanding prices in the multi-million dollar range, they exude elegance and refinement, with an exclusive address that only a select few have the ability to call home.
Regent at Park Shore
The Regent, meanwhile, boasts outstanding condominium units of 7,400 to more than 13,000 square feet in size, each with its own private elevator, private entrance and enchanting water views. At 21-stories high the Regent includes just 37 residential units, complimented by a beachside location, complete with a resort-style swimming pool, exercise room and 24-hour security.
Le Rivage at Park Shore
Not to be overlooked, Le Rivage includes two homes on each of the first 15 floors of the building and just one condo per floor on the top seven floors of the building. Typically, the units provide around 6,000 to upwards of 7,500 square feet of living space, along with a beachfront swimming pool, Har-Tru tennis court and fitness room. With just 37 condo units within Le Rivage, each home also comes with at least three garage parking spaces. As well, the building includes a guarded and gated entrance and a social room.
With enviable views and extravagant features, the condos of Park Shore invite an affluent lifestyle to a beachfront location, with your choice of low-density high-rise developments packed with enjoyable features and upscale finishes throughout the impressive properties.
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