Brightwater: A Better Place to Live
Promoted as a better place to live, the new Brightwater development of North Fort Myers certainly offers up plenty of appeal to prospective buyers. Centered around a freshwater lagoon, model homes open this spring in a development that’s projected to someday offer up around 1,300 homes.
It’s the freshwater lagoon, however, that is perhaps the most anticipated part of the entire new community. One of the first such lagoons available anywhere in the United States, the crystal clear lagoon will stretch for six-acres, providing residents with the enjoyment of a coastal lifestyle in an area once primarily regarded as more rural and agricultural.
The massive Crystal Lagoon pool area will offer at least two sand beaches with room for fire pits, a water slide, adult beverage service and yoga. In addition, the unique lagoon addition is expected to inspire new residents with space for kayaking and swimming.
Each home in Brightwater will also offer extremely high-speed internet technology, while high-speed internet service also extends throughout the rest of the community and some of its amenities. The property additionally plans for the inclusion of a Zen garden and extra green space, plus a shaded tot lot, dog park and miles of trails for added recreation.
Priced starting in the mid $200,000s, its expected that around 300 smart homes will go up each year in Brightwater, with well known builders already signed on to nearly that many lots as part of phase one of the development. The new Brightwater community sits about a mile from I-75 and to the north of Bayshore.
The location puts future Brightwater residents within easy access to some of the most popular sites and attractions in the Fort Myers area. In addition it makes it easy to get out and experience the other delights of a Southwest Florida lifestyle.