Posted by Mark Washburn on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at 8:49:56 PM By Mark Washburn / May 3, 2016 Comment
Emerson Square is designed for homebuyers looking for a residence with a low-maintenance lifestyle close to Florida beaches, yet in a friendly tight-knit community. Emerson Square, an intimate neighborhood in Fort Myers, is a gated community with high quality craftsmanship of its homes, and modern amenities that appeal to all age groups. Beginning with a secure guardhouse, Emerson Square gives residents a host of most-wanted amenities, including a swimming pool and spa, community clubhouse, fitness center, children’s play area, and on-site lake. Emerson Square is centrally located in the heart of South Fort Myers, off U.S. 41, and south of Alico Road. Residents can walk to shops, restaurants, a drug store, pharmacies, and other local retail. The neighborhood is comprised of a collection of 284 spacious coach homes, attractive single-family homes and estate homes. This small collection of distinctive homes features two unique floor plans. The Hibiscus model features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2-car garage, and more than 1,700 square feet. The Oleander model offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3-car tandem garage, and more than 2,000 square feet of living. Homes feature quality craftsmanship from renowned builder Lennar Homes, including granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, recessed ceiling lights, extra storage space, and generous master suites. Emerson Square is close to dining and entertainment options. Within the neighborhood, lush landscaping, wetlands, green space, and preserves off of hidden Gateway Boulevard and Tamiami Trail surround the homes. The community is noted for a low-maintenance lifestyle. Lennar and Centex developed Emerson Square with new construction ending in 2013. Homeowners’ HOA fees are reasonable. The homeowners’ fees include lawn and landscaping, as well as maintenance of grounds and facilities. Here is a resource to learn more about Emerson Square and view active real estate listings.
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