Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 2:53:44 PM By Mark Washburn / November 9, 2016 Comment
Five models are now open to prospective homebuyers within one of the newest communities of Fort Myers. Arborwood Preserve, by WCI Communities, is a master-planned, resort-style community aimed at an active lifestyle. With your choice of single-family homes and villas, the location also offers maintenance-free coach and carriage-style homes, all surrounded by 20 acres of preserves and more than 70 acres of lakes. In all, Arborwood Preserve consists of 18 different home designs, all ranging from around 1,300 to more than 2,700 square feet of living space. While the interior living space is both flexible in design and personalized to a buyer’s wants and needs, the outside living space is designed to accommodate entertaining as only Southwest Florida can deliver. As the homes of Arborwood Preserve are priced starting in the low $200,000s to the $400,000s, the five model homes range from two-bedrooms and two-baths to three-bedrooms and three-baths, each with a two-car garage. Connected via courtyards to a massive town center, the location serves as a hub of sorts for various community events and social activities. In addition, the town center provides a nearby fitness studio, spa treatment room and on-site café. Other additions include a clubhouse theater, banquet hall, boardroom and card room. An outdoor, resort-style swimming pool includes room for a deck plus lap lanes while a bar area and covered dining provides extra options for residents. Other added amenities of Arborwood Preserve include the lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, bocce ball courts and pickle ball. Found just off Plantation Gardens Drive, to the north of Daniels Parkway, the community is also close to several options in shopping and dining at Gulf Coast Town Center and the Bell Tower shops, plus sporting and cultural activities. As well, historic Downtown Fort Myers, plus desirable beaches and boating are a simple commute away from the desirable community of Arborwood Preserve.
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