Verandah Offers Lock and Leave Living

verandah fort myers fl With the ease and convenience of true “lock and leave living”, the upscale coach homes of Verandah deliver a premier location, bountiful amenities and luxuriously designed interiors. The new neighborhood of Pebblebrook is Verandah’s answer to a luxury coach home lifestyle, surrounded by all the extras that make it one of the most exceptional communities in all of Southwest Florida. Pebblebrook includes Kolter-designed homes ranging from around 1,800 to 2,800 square feet, with the choice of two- to three-bedrooms plus a den, two baths and a screened-in lanai. Not to be outdone, the two-story homes also include up to a two-car garage, priced starting in the low $200,000s. While Pebblebrook offers residents access to its own swimming pool, homeowners also retain the privilege of living right along the Orange River and taking advantage of not only 36-holes of championship golf, but also the other resort-style amenities that Verandah is known for. With two golf courses, residents have their choice of the Bob Cupp-designed Old Orange course or the Jack Nicklaus-designed Whispering Oak course, both ranked among the best golf courses in the entire state. As well, tennis enthusiasts enjoy the Hartru tennis courts, the oversized fitness center, complete with a spin room, personal training, a weight room and fitness classes, plus another sparkling, resort-style swimming pool. In addition, the development also features access to miles of running and walking trails, a dog park, a number of social clubs and even a kayak launch along the Orange River. A full-time activities and fitness director is on hand for residents, too. Simply a quick 15-minute drive to the Fort Myers downtown riverfront, residents also have the option of staying close to home, with riverfront dining and cocktails at the River House, plus a farmer’s market and a café, all easily within reach. Here is a resource to explore Verandah real estate options including both new construction and resale options.

Post a Comment