November 2018

Found 3 blog entries for November 2018.

Bonavie Cove, New Homes Fort Myers, New Construction Fort Myers, Mattamy Home, Plantations

Bonavie Cove Fort Myers, Florida

Coming soon to Fort Myers, Bonavie Cove brings with it options typically ranging from around 1,500 square feet of living space to upwards of 1,600 square feet of living space. Future buyers will have the option of deciding between two- to three-bedrooms and two- to three baths. This gives new buyers a prime role in deciding which particular plan best fits their needs and their lifestyle.

Bonavie Cove, Mattamy Homes, New Homes Fort Myers, New Construction Fort MyersIn an area already celebrated for its beautiful beaches, abundant outdoor recreational possibilities, prime shopping and impressive homes, comes an exciting new option in investing in a Southwest Florida lifestyle. One of the newest communities to enter the mix when it comes to residential real estate in Fort Myers is slated for

Naples Reserve

The Market for New Homes in Naples Reserve remain strong, one of the hottest new residential developments to grace South Naples. Filled with an enriched collection of attached villas, single-family homes and custom estates, hundreds of homes in the community already have buyers, while more homes and more neighborhoods are in the forecast.

It’s really no wonder why, as Naples Reserve is already home to some of the region’s most desired amenities and spectacular natural scenery, starting with the community’s 125-acre waterway, Eagle Lake. The center of the entire community, the stunning lake provides the focal point for many of the homes of the development, along with the shared amenities.

It’s only one, though, of nearly two dozen other lakes and

Cape Coral Waterfront Homes

 Cape Coral Waterfront Photos provided by ©TodaysFloridaHome.com

Complimented by the luxury and ease of a true waterfront lifestyle, Cape Coral is celebrated for its hundreds of miles of canals, its nearby beaches, its nearby impressive golf courses and, no doubt, its beautiful homes. Thanks to a substantial investment in recent development, Cape Coral also presents abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation and the allure of a more affordable waterfront lifestyle in Southwest Florida.

What originally began as a planned community barely more than a half-century ago has grown substantially, especially over the last several years. Now home to more than 180,000 people, much of that growth has occurred in more recent time. The rapidly expanding

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