Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, July 1, 2016 at 10:44:48 AM By Mark Washburn / July 1, 2016 Comment
The very first residents are starting to move into the incredible new community of Hidden Harbor, quickly becoming a premiere destination for Southwest Florida homebuyers in search of a unique experience. Located between Fort Myers and Naples, this boating community is one of the newest luxury communities in the area, complete with contemporary-style estate homes, many of which include personal boat docks that allow residents to boat, canoe or kayak directly from their own property. With a total of 76 homesites, Stock Signature Homes has one-dozen floor plans to choose from within Hidden Harbour, all offering between 2,300 to 3,100 square feet of living space along with three- to four-bedrooms. Priced starting in the mid $400,000s with some homes being offered topping $1 million, all of the homes offer impressive views and an excess of desirable amenities. Other admirable features of the new luxury homes include an excess of outdoor entertainment space, paired with open floor plans and some of the finest designer features and finishes. With access to the Gulf via Estero Bay and the Ten Mile Canal, residents also have access to fishing, a brand new waterfront clubhouse, resort-style swimming pool and sundeck, plus a kayak launch and a fully equipped fitness center. Other unique attributes of the community include the close proximity and access to Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Island by boat or by road, plus the plentiful nearby options in entertainment, dining and shopping. As well, the community of Hidden Harbour is surrounded by an abundance of walking trails and nature preserves, plus deep-water access that makes it one of the most desirable new communities in all of Southwest Florida. Close to both I-75 and US 41, the neighborhood remains just as attractive for its location as its views, at one with nature while remaining close to everything you want and need in a new home.
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