Lakes of Estero Offers Water Views and Seclusion
For water views and a sense of seclusion, it’s time to consider the many residential opportunities that exist within Lakes of Estero. Located just to the south of Corkscrew Road in Estero, the neighborhood costs of around 100 single-family homes from DR Horton.
One of the biggest draws of living in Lakes of Estero is the availability of water views. All homes in the 25-acre neighborhood were built around a freshwater lake, providing the tranquility and peacefulness of water views from every home.
As for some of the other shared amenities, residents of Lakes of Estero have access to tennis courts, a community swimming pool, basketball courts, an exercise room, and a clubhouse. Some of the homes were built for growing families, oftentimes with more than 3,000 square feet of living space.
Many lots have room to include a private swimming pool too, as well as an extended lanai, or additional outdoor living and entertaining space. Commonly built around the mid 2000s, the homes of Lakes of Estero often come with large master suites, walk-in closets, and functional space, including kitchen islands and breakfast bars, lofts, and home/workspace.
It’s not unusual to find such modern features and finishes as stainless-steel appliances, upgraded cabinetry, and plenty of counterspace. Some of the homes have also been recently refreshed with new flooring, new paint, and improved landscaping, as well.
This non-gated community sits conveniently close to Estero High School, as well as the new Estero Community Park, which is within a short walk or bike ride of the neighborhood. The park features a playground and community center plus some sports fields and a walking path.
You’ll also find a nearby dog park, bocce ball, and a disc golf course at the park. As well, the neighborhood sits close to several nearby shopping options, area beaches, and the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University.