Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, May 15, 2017 at 6:21:20 PM By Mark Washburn / May 15, 2017 Comment
With a true waterfront lifestyle in check, Paradise Village offers the luxury of boat docks, with every home providing boating access on to the Gulf. This Old Florida-style community is found right along the Imperial River, located on the final riverfront peninsula to be developed in the area. As all of the homes of Paradise Village are either on the river or on canals leading to the river, it’s easy to obtain the outdoor recreation you desire. This allows homeowners to enjoy a boating lifestyle as unique as they come, where all it takes is a few steps out your backdoor to experience the beauty of Southwest Florida from the water’s edge. As well, many homes come with screened-in swimming pools and covered lanais, overlooking the waterfront views. In addition, the location is also close to such enticing destinations as Barefoot Beach and Bonita Beach, providing yet another option for water recreation. This gated community consists of just 40 single-family homes; all priced starting in the high $500,000s and high $600,000s. The homes also start at around 1,600 square feet in size, with some much larger, depending on the overall design. With custom-built homes, featuring high-end features and finishes, there’s much to enjoy about a home in Paradise Village. With your choice of one- or two-story designs, the homes commonly also offer at least a two-car garage. When you want to take a break on solid ground, the Gordon Lewis-designed, Bonita Fairways Golf Course is located just across the street. Meanwhile, the community is also close to all of the offerings of nearby Coconut Point Mall and the shops of The Promenade. As well, the location is not far from the Miromar Outlets, to Florida Gulf Coast University and to entertainment options, ranging from hockey and baseball to concerts at FGCU’s Alico Arena. Here is a resource to learn more about Paradise Village real estate and view active listings in this gulf access community.
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