Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, January 30, 2017 at 2:09:03 PM By Mark Washburn / January 30, 2017 Comment
The exquisite, master-planned community of Sandoval offers four collections of new homes in desirable Cape Coral, all of which are surrounded by lakes, trails, gardens and an excess of added amenities. The gated, 500+-acre community features single-family homes, villas and condos, with large lots and plenty of extras. The residential, single-family offerings range from the Coastal Collection and Sanctuary Collection to the Tropics Collection and Two Palms Collection. While each of the home designs provides its own unique features, the floor plans generally include two-to-three bedrooms, up to 3.5-baths and up to a three-car garage. With one- and two-story designs, the homes of Sandoval start in price from around $200,000, with others priced in the low to mid $300,000s. Prime for entertaining or for relaxing with your close family members, the homes of Sandoval often feature open floor plans with plenty of space for enjoying the indoors as well as the private outdoor and shared community space. From the lagoon-style swimming pool and water playground to the community clubhouse, stocked with a fitness room, gathering room and library, the family-friendly development has much to offer. Other added recreation includes the basketball courts, bocce ball courts, tennis and volleyball, plus a playing field and playground for the younger crowd. In addition, residents have the option of other plentiful recreation, with walking, jogging and biking among the popular pastimes. Calypso Park is favorable for barbeques and picnics, with a nearby lake and fishing off the pier, while Barkley Park is great for the neighborhood’s four-legged friends, with two dog runs. Eventually, the entire development will include more than 1,500 homes, constructed by prime builders Taylor Morrison and a select number of other well-known builders. Found just to the west of Surfside Boulevard, Sandoval is conveniently located along Veterans Parkway in Cape Coral.
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