Sundial of Sanibel: Gulf-front Resort Living
Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, July 21, 2017 at 5:19:16 PM By Mark Washburn / July 21, 2017 Comment
With the enjoyment and luxury of a gulf-front address, Sundial of Sanibel presents resort living on Sanibel Island. This popular haven for vacationers is complimented by condo ownership, with more than 400 condo units spread out across 20 mid-rise buildings making up the development. Known as Sundial East and Sundial West, the condos range from studios to three-bedroom floor plans, offering your choice of Gulf or garden views. Mere steps from the sandy beach, the location also serves up the enjoyment of outdoor living and entertaining possibilities, with oversized screened-in lanais, opening up the condos to the surf with sliding glass doors. With one- and two-bedroom unit configurations plus a den, the condos of Sundial West supply up to around 1,400 square feet of living space. In addition, some of the buildings also offer elevators to the upper floors. The homes are additionally accented by numerous swimming pools and around a dozen tennis courts, along with a pro shop, on-site restaurants and a fitness center. As well, resort amenities extend to sports rentals, such as bicycles, paddleboards and kayaks, plus access to the island’s only PGA golf course, right next door. There are also planned activities, with some condo maintenance served by the Sundial Beach Resort & Spa. For extra relaxation, a spa and boutique treats with an array of rejuvenating services, while Sanibel Island, itself, entertains with a range of available possibilities. From a renowned shell museum and historical village to a national wildlife refuge, the island setting provides plenty of options. Ranging from the 18-hole Dunes Golf & Tennis Club to the photographic nature of Sanibel Island Lighthouse, the rewarding location of Sundial presents a wealth of opportunity for those on the eastern end of Sanibel Island. For a true taste of resort living right on the Gulf, there is virtually no comparison to Sundial of Sanibel.
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