Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 1:16:05 PM By Mark Washburn / March 18, 2015 Comment
Award-winning homebuilder D.R. Horton is preparing to add a new exclusive gated residential community in Bonita Springs called Cordera. The new community is currently being developed along Imperial Parkway. The site development has just begun, and 138 new townhomes will be built with 6 units per building. While full details on the planned amenities have not yet been revealed, homebuilder D.R. Horton is known for shaping the southwest Florida lifestyle, and has a solid reputation as a company with an attention to detail. This tradition will continue at Cordera. The townhomes will offer 3 floor plans in a 2-story design. The 2-3 bedrooms will all have 2.5 bathrooms, and 1-2 car garages. They will range in size from 1,604 square feet up to 1,975 square feet, and prices will start in the low $200s. The homes will all feature paver driveways and walkways, and recessed lighting. The community will have gated security and a Clubhouse for social and recreational activities, offering a fitness center, a swimming pool and more. The waterfront homes will be close to nature trails. The location along Imperial Parkway will make convenient access to Naples, and the Village of Estero. Both communities are just minutes from Cordera. You will also find designer stores and fine dining at Coconut Point Mall, Miromar Outlets, and the Gulf Coast Town Center. Some of the area’s most beautiful beaches for lounging or collecting shells are a short drive from Cordera, such as Barefoot Beach, Lovers Key and Sanibel Island on the Gulf of Mexico. For outdoor adventures, it is only 10 minutes to the Estero River, and the estuary waters of Estero Bay. These are excellent areas for fishing, bird watching and kayaking. For sports and other entertainment, Cordera is less than 10 minutes to sports venues such as Germain Arena, Jet Blue Stadium and Hammond Stadium. Florida Gulf Coast University is nearby for lectures, concerts and other cultural and educational programs. Of course, some of the best public and private golf courses in southwestern Florida are here, and the region has been hailed as the “Golf Capital of the World.” Here is a resource to learn more about Cordera real estate in Bonita Springs.
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