Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 9:42:42 PM By Mark Washburn / September 19, 2018 Comment
Centered on a large lake and wooded preserves, Corkscrew Shores presents the option of a true waterfront lifestyle in Estero. This incredible, master-planned community also boasts a large number of resort-style amenities, making this easily one of the most desired communities in the area. With many homes overlooking the lake, the community makes it easy to enjoy all that comes with waterfront living in Southwest Florida. Perhaps one of the development’s biggest draws, the nearly 250-acre neighborhood lake proves ideal for kayaks or canoes. There’s also a fishing dock, plus residents have the option of enjoying water views from some of the walking trails that wind throughout the community. The gated property additionally offers its own amenity center, complete with a swimming pool and spa, plus a clubhouse, offering up a fitness center, outdoor bar and fire pit, plus a catering kitchen and a private room that can be used for dining. In addition, Corkscrew Shores also features bocce ball courts, tennis courts and pickleball courts, along with a separate sports field for additional outdoor recreation. The delightful property makes room for upwards of 600 single-family homes, in a variety of floor plans, including gourmet kitchens and flexible living space. Starting in the $300,000s, the Pulte built homes of Corkscrew Shores generally offer two- to six-bedrooms and up to 5.5-baths. It’s common to find homes with at least 1,600 square feet of living space, with some of the largest designs providing upwards of 3,000 square feet of space. The homes come in both single- and two-story designs, complimenting the coastal themed-flair of the entire community. Located along Corkscrew Road, the development is just a few miles from I-75, plus an easy distance from both Naples and Fort Myers. In addition, residents of Corkscrew Shores are sure to appreciate nearby shops, restaurants, golf courses, plus the sand and water of Gulf beaches.
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