Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, February 6, 2017 at 11:35:42 AM By Mark Washburn / February 6, 2017 Comment
A massive new development of single-family homes is coming to Three Oaks Parkway, with the addition of Westbrook, a more than 100-acre development at Three Oaks Parkway and Alico Road in Fort Myers, not far from the I-75 interchange. When finished, Westbrook will supply more than 300 homes, developed by Pulte Homes. With abundant amenities, Westbrook supplies such community options as a resort-style swimming pool, a clubhouse with a community room and kitchen, a fitness center and even a tot lot. Neighbors will also share in the security of a gated entry. The neighborhood additionally features a number of lakes and several dedicated acres of natural space, providing an ideal setting for prospective new homebuyers in the Fort Myers region. Residents of Westbrook are sure to enjoy the various outdoor recreational options available within Three Oaks Park, simply a short walk away from the community. The park features opportunities ranging from racquetball and basketball to tennis, sand volleyball, soccer and baseball, plus walking trails and playgrounds for the younger crowd. The homes of Westbrook range from one- to two-story designs, with preserve and lake views. Common features of the homes include the open floor plans and innovative Pulte design elements, from the kitchens to the available storage. Priced from the high $200,000s to the $400,000s, the homes in this neighborhood range from around 1,500 to more than 4,300 square feet in size. Once earmarked for retail and office space, the site is within just a few minutes of Gulf Coast Town Center with its various shops and dining options, plus local grocery stores. In addition, Westbrook is only about 10 minutes away from Miromar Outlets and a short drive from Coconut Point Mall too, making it simple to reach a variety of destinations in the surrounding area, including popular Germain Arena.
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