Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, September 28, 2018 at 11:53:23 AM By Mark Washburn / September 28, 2018 Comment
Celebrated for its luxury homes and exquisite surroundings, Bonita Bay is also renowned for its exclusive beach park. A popular amenity of the gated community, the Bonita Bay Beach Park offers up spectacular white sand and Gulf waters. While there, residents and included guests enjoy everything from shelling and sunning to swimming, surf fishing and bird watching. The private beach park sits on Little Hickory Island, just a short drive from Bonita Bay. Staffed from morning through night, the beach park offers its residents use of beach chairs, lounges and umbrellas. As well, park goers also have access to grills, picnic tables and pavilions. Complimentary shuttle service runs from Bonita Bay to the beach during select months of the year, with casual food served up dayside during the winter season. The site also includes showers and restrooms for added convenience. About half of all residents say it’s the most popular amenity at Bonita Bay, valued by most homeowners. That’s a high achievement in a community that also boasts a number of golf courses and other top amenities. The Bonita Bay property includes options in informal and formal dining, a massive Lifestyle Center, a tennis complex, a full-service marina with Gulf access and miles upon miles of hiking and biking trails. As well, the property also boasts several swimming pools, a butterfly garden and a kayaking and canoeing lodge. One of the latest residential options at Bonita Bay is the new Seaglass high-rise. The tower features around 120 units, with at least three-bedroom floor plans and 2.5-baths. As well, the homes offer up tall ceilings, desirable outdoor space and an array of other upscale features and finishes. Residents of Seaglass enjoy under-building parking as well as some privately enclosed garages. In addition, residents of Seaglass also enjoy access to their own fitness facility, a resort-style swimming pool, guest suites and a theater.
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