Known as the "Gateway to the Gulf," the area is a boater's dream offering a wide array of waterfront homes and gulf access properties in the form of riverfront homes on the Imperial River and bay front homes on Estero Bay, Fishtrap Bay and Hickory Bay. Other gated communities such as Bonita Bay, Brendan Cove and Pelican Sound offer marina services with boat docks for added convenience. Bonita Springs is also ideal for golfers, providing a wide variety of world class golf courses and gated homes that typically bundle golf and country club membership in the purchase price. Read more about Bonita Springs real estate.
In addition to its warm winters and laid-back lifestyle, Bonita Springs also offers easy public access to its pristine beaches and parks. Notable attractions include Bonita Beach Park featuring a boardwalk and swimming area as well as the Barefoot Beach Preserve Park, one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida's southwest coast. Bonita Springs is also home to Lovers Key State Park -- a remote barrier island so named because it was so remote, only lovers would go to the trouble to seek its secluded beach and natural vegetation. Today the 2.5 mile beach is easy to reach and a favorite among locals.
Bonita Springs is conveniently located within 30 minutes of the Southwest Florida International Airport as well as the Naples shopping district and its wealth of dining and entertainment options.
A brand-new luxury high-rise is currently under construction at Bonita Bay. Crews recently broke ground on the 27-story Omega tower.
Already, the tower is reportedly more than 50-percent sold, including both the 7th and the 15th floors which are completely sold out. In all, Omega makes room for 67 new residences, including tower residences and a smaller collection of four penthouse units.
All of the remaining tower residences are priced starting in the $2 million range. The only rem... Read More
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 te... Read More
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. ... Read More
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 expecta... Read More
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... Read More