About Bonita Springs
Bonita Springs is located in sunny Lee County, Florida. Right on the Gulf Coast, Lee County is one of the most desirable regions to live in all of Florida because of the fantastic beaches and beautiful year round weather. Many people end up relocating to the area after they experience a sunny 65 degree day in January, that is pretty hard to beat! Read more below!
Bonita Springs Florida Real Estate
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Bonita Springs Florida Real Estate
What makes Bonita Springs special has to be its very unique waterfront location. Virtually surrounded by water, residents of Bonita Springs have access to not only the Gulf of Mexico, but also Estero Bay and the Imperial River. This allows many residents plenty of access for sailing, boating, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding and the like. So, it's no wonder that there are so many water sports enthusiasts who decide to live in this area. If owning a boat that can be taken out daily to fish or sail has been a dream, Bonita Springs could provide the perfect opportunity.
Beyond the amazing access to water, Bonita Springs is also perfectly located between two of the fastest-growing cities on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Naples and Fort Myers. Both have a number of different activities to offer to residents, from the incredible shopping at places like Fifth Avenue South, Waterside Shops, and the Village on Venetian Bay, those who love to shop till they drop will be able to find everything they need and more.
The Naples area is home to a number of high-end luxury stores, locally run boutiques, and classic jewelry stores as well. Plus, it doesn't hurt that many of Naples shopping centers are some of the most beautiful you'll see with lush landscaping and waterfront views
Fort Myers Area Attractions & Features
Fort Myers is known for its beauty and as a vibrant activity center. Sports fans will love that many Major League Baseball teams such as the Boston Red Sox, hold their spring training in the area every year. This makes for a perfect activity to see a little bit of baseball in a relaxed atmosphere. And with schools like Nova Southwestern and Florida Gulf Coast University nearby, there will be plenty of opportunities to catch a game all year round.
Fort Myers is also home to a number of different golf courses. The areas of Lee and Collier Counties in Florida have some of the very best golfing in all of the country. There are well over 100 golf courses, many of them designed by some of the greats, so for a golfing fanatic, there is no better place to work on the game than in Bonita Springs. There are also a number of high-end golfing communities in the area as well, many of which provide not only beautifully built luxury homes but the opportunity for golf course membership as well, something truly exciting for golfers.
Bonita Springs: Things to Do & Community Attractions
Bonita Springs has plenty of culture on its own as well. With a vibrant arts community, Bonita Springs is home to the Bonita Springs Arts Festival, the Art League of Bonita Springs, and the Bonita Springs Official Concert Band. With many of the local parks listed as some of the top-rated in the country, residents are certainly spoiled to have the option of seeing dolphins and manatees at Lover's Key State Park, and spend hours snorkeling at Barefoot Beach Reserve Park, in 2013 it was listed as the sixth-best beach in America by Forbes Magazine.
Of course, one of the biggest highlights of living in southwestern Florida is being close to the beach. This area is known around the country as having some of the very best beaches, and many of the local beaches have won awards from the Travel Channel. The southwestern Florida coast is also famously known for the incredible amount of colorful seashells that wash ashore each year, local families spend many an afternoon gathering shells for future craft projects. And, there are a number of local artists that feature these shells in their own galleries.
This area is also known for having front row access to one of the very best things about Florida, those amazing Gulf Coast sunsets. Many of the Bonita Springs real estate will feature homes that make sure to have expansive views towards the ocean to be able to catch that sunset every night. And, because Bonita Springs has access to both the Gulf and the Bay the number of waterfront homes in this community is much higher.
For those looking at Bonita Springs homes for sale, there are a number of different options available. From large estate-style homes right on the Gulf, to luxury golf communities tucked away in the lush greenery, there are options for every style. Bonita Springs also offers a number of villa and cottage style homes as well as dedicated vacation properties, after all the region was recently named one of the best places to have a second home in the country. What makes the Bonita Springs area special to so many residents is that they feel it truly exudes some of that Old Florida charm and lifestyle.
As for growth, the Bonita Springs area and Lee County have been exploding with opportunities in the last few years. A number of new businesses have moved to the area to open up operations and are thriving. In fact, a number of business publications have listed this area of southwest Florida as one of the best places to open a business. The renewed vibrancy of the area has been a true boon for residents who are seeing new growth in the area in terms of both vacationers and new home builds.
With all of these benefits, it is not hard to see why the residents of Bonita Springs absolutely love the area and more people continue to look to relocate here year after year because of the great number of opportunities. With the beautiful beaches, colorful sunsets, plenty of arts and culture and many golfing opportunities, it is truly a little piece of tropical paradise right here in Florida.
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The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the Southwest Florida Multiple Listing Service. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Listing information last updated on July 30th, 2021 at 4:26pm EDT.