Custom-Built Homes in Rainbow Farms; Horses Not Included
Custom-built homes and large lots are definitely part of the appeal of living in Rainbow Farms, even if horses aren’t necessarily included with home sales. That’s not to say that horses aren’t allowed, as that’s a real selling point for some to move to this intimate, Fort Myers community.
Most of the oversized lots in Rainbow Farms tend to range from one- to two-acres in size and they’re zoned for equestrian use. You don’t have to have horses, though, to enjoy all the extra space.
There are only around three-dozen single-family homes to choose from in the entire community, although it’s rare for a home in Rainbow Farms to even come up for sale. Not only are the lots on the larger size, but so are the homes.
While some homes contain three-bedrooms and at least 2,000 square feet of living space, there are other homes in Rainbow Farms that offer four-, five- or sometimes even six-bedrooms and much larger layouts. Some of these homes come with private swimming pools and spas, as well as screened-in lanais and plenty of living and entertaining space.
You may also find soaring ceilings and oversized garages. Another bonus of living in Rainbow Farms is that you don’t have to worry about paying high monthly HOA fees.
The Rainbow Farms community sits to the north of Lexington Country Club and south of Summerlin Road in Fort Myers. The address is just off Bass Road in the city’s Summerlin Corridor.
The location also means living close to the Wa-Ke Hatchee Community Park. The 36-acre park contains several tennis courts, two lakes and some walking trails.
You’ll also find a dog park, playground, and a rec center with a gym, table tennis, a fitness center and weight room. As well, the homes of Rainbow Farms also sit close to a library and medical center in South Fort Myers.
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