Toll Brothers has unveiled plans for Bonita Lakes, its newest community of single-family homes located on Imperial Parkway in Bonita Springs real estate. The community will include 268 homes on approximately 120 acres.
“Bonita Lakes will offer homebuyers an exceptional location combined with an outstanding choice of home designs and Toll Brothers’ superb quality,” said Ken Thirtyacre, president of Toll Brothers Florida West Division. “The community will also provide residents with recreational amenities to complement the Florida lifestyle.”
Bonita Lakes will offer 11 single- and two-story home designs ranging from 2,058 to 4,354 square feet of air-conditioned living space, with 10 of the designs featuring a first-floor master suite. Each design will have four elevation options, a choice of a two- or three-car garage and an extensive list of luxury features included with each home. Numerous options will be available to homeowners to personalize their home.
Current plans call for the construction of two designer-decorated models and an on-site sales center in the community.
Bonita Lakes will have an attended gated entry. Amenities will include a community clubhouse with a resort-style pool and spa, and tennis courts.
“The location of Bonita Lakes — halfway between Naples and Fort Myers — provides convenient access to the Gulf beaches, fine dining and shops,” Thirtyacre said. “The area is rich in cultural and entertainment opportunities.”
It is an easy drive to Coconut Point Mall, shopping at Miromar Outlet and the Gulf Coast Town Center, and entertainment at Germain Arena as well as the transportation network of Interstate 75.
Bonita Lakes will be one of four Toll Brothers communities in the area. Other Toll Brothers communities in Southwest Florida include Belle Lago, a single-family community nearing sell-out on Estero Parkway in Estero; the Reserve at Estero, a community of single-family homes also on Estero Parkway; and Firano at Naples, a community of single-family homes off Davis Boulevard in Naples.
If you would like to talk to a realtor about buying or selling property in Bonita Springs Florida contact Melinda or Paul Sullivan.
Courtesy of Naples News