Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 9:57:59 AM By Mark Washburn / August 31, 2016 Comment
The highly anticipated addition of a clubhouse is now complete within one of Southwest Florida’s most desirable new communities. Hidden Harbor now offers residents use of a waterfront clubhouse, complete with a state-of-the-art fitness center, clubroom for social events and a lounge. The clubhouse property also invites residents with the option of using a resort style swimming pool and sundeck plus a kayak launch. The new amenities add on to the already impressive amenity selections of Hidden Harbor, from the private boat slips with direct boating access to the Gulf of Mexico to the kayaking and canoeing access on to The Great Calusa Blueway Paddling Trail. The coastal community also offers immediate access to world-class fishing and a secluded, natural environment of 55-acres dedicated to a boating lifestyle. With just 71 homes available within the Stock Development community, Hidden Harbor offers residents the option of mostly three-to four-bedrooms and up to four-baths, with homes ranging from 2,500 to more than 3,000 square feet of living space. The residences are priced starting from around $500,000 to the mid $600,000s, also offering up to a three-car garage and a covered lanai for private outdoor living options. In all there are around a dozen floor plans to choose from, with a handful of furnished models open for viewing and several more homes under construction. With direct Ten Mile Canal frontage leading on to Estero Bay and the Gulf, Hidden Harbor is found south of Alico Road, just off US 41 in South Fort Myers. The location provides easy access to nearby Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel Island and to Lovers Key State Park, offering an abundance of additional outdoor recreation to residents of this Southwest Florida community of homes. As well the neighborhood is also close to several options in upscale dining, shopping and entertainment. Explore Hidden Harbor real estate options and learn more about this community.
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