Sun Village Estates in Bonita Springs, Florida
Sun Village Estates is an emerging enclave of newly-constructed single-family homes from Express Homes, a division of D.R. Horton. These are the very same builders behind an amazing array of residences within some of the most wonderful neighborhoods of Southwest Florida; a list that includes Tuscany Pointe, Barrington Cove and Mockingbird Crossing in Naples, the Fort Myers’ neighborhoods of Creekside Preserve, Hammock Cove, and McGregor Reserve, and Bonita Springs’ neighborhoods such as Cordera, Paloma and Sorrento (just to name a few). Homes at Sun Village Estates will no doubt reflect the same consistent standards of quality that have enabled the firm to become esteemed among America’s best and most-trusted of residential builders.
Homes and Site Plan
Sun Village Estates is located along Melrose Avenue (just off of Morton Avenue on East Terry Street). The neighborhood will be comprised by single-family homes in one and two-story floor plans.
There are presently three distinct home designs among the 32 home sites planned. Homes will respectively accommodate three to five bedrooms, living areas ranging from 1,800 to more than 2,800 square-feet, at prices starting from the mid to high $200s.
Residents of Sun Village Estates are appreciably close to a range of attractions which ultimately combine to augment the already stellar quality-of-life that exists in Bonita Springs, as well as all of Southwest Florida.
Beaches, Boating and Fishing
Some of the most scenic shorelines in all of America are only a few minutes drive from Sun Village Estates. From Bonita Beach and Barefoot Beach to Lover’s Key, residents have convenient access to areas that provide an unceasing opportunity to collect shells, fine-tune your Florida tan or enjoy a Southwest Florida sunset (no two are ever the same).
For those who enjoy fishing and boating, a day on the Gulf seldom to never disappoints.
Sun River Estates is also close to other area waterways like the Imperial River. The Imperial winds along from downtown Bonita Springs directly to the Gulf of Mexico. It offers an excellent opportunity to kayak or canoe and along the trek toward the Gulf, one is likely to encounter all manner of avian species which flock here or even the occasional dolphin and other critters.
Southwest Florida has been celebrated as “The Golf Capital of the World,” based on the per capita composite of public and private golf holes. Sun Village Estates just happens to be close to some of the finest fairways one will encounter in all of Florida. Nearby courses include that at Bonita National the Ray Floyd-designed Raptor Bay at Coconut Point, the Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Old Corkscrew, not to mention countless others. Sun Village Estates is at the epicenter of a golfer’s paradise. Those who enjoy the game never have too far to go.
Of course, golf isn’t the only game in town. Baseball fans can catch spring training games with the Boston Red Sox or Minnesota Twins in nearby Fort Myers. Hockey and arena football fans can see the Florida Everblades or Florida Tarpons at nearby Germain Arena. And if collegiate competition compells you, Florida Gulf Coast University is only some 15 minutes from Sun Village Estates. From basketball and volleyball to swimming & diving, wrestling, track, soccer and more, FGCU has emerged among the most dominating forces of athleticism in the Atlantic Sun Conference. The school’s Alico Arena is just short drive from Sun Village Estates.
When it comes to recreational options, Sun Village Estates is positioned appreciably close to great venues which include the Bonita Springs YMCA. Here, residents can not only access an excellent aquatic facility and state-of-the-art fitness center, but also basketball courts, special activity rooms and playing fields. There’s other nearby parks, playgrounds, skating facilities, community swimming pools and more within the community of Bonita Springs.
Some of the region’s best family-friendly attractions are also just a short 15 minute drive from Sun Village Estates. Options include The Golisano Children’s Museum and Sun-n-Fun Lagoon, a waterpark in nearby Naples. Though Southwest Florida has been heralded among America’s best places to retire, it is essential to remember that our community is also made home by a diverse mix of young, single professionals and young families. For those with growing children, there is not only great entertainment, but great schools, churches and healthcare services which can all be conveniently accessed in short order from Sun Village Estates.
Shopping, Dining & Entertainment
Fashionistas and foodies will also find great options near Sun Village Estates. The neighborhood is only minutes from some of the region’s leading venues. From Coconut Point Mall and The Mercato of Naples to The Promenade in Bonita, residents have numerous choices in big box retail stores, remarkable boutiques and restaurant menus that feature all flavors one can savor. These same venues offer live music, cinematic entertainment and a routine schedule of fun community events as well as art & craft fairs.
Additional options include the Fort Myers-Naples Greyhound Track which, despite the name, is actually located minutes from Sun Village Estates in Bonita Springs. The venue also provides poker rooms for those willing to take a gamble on their card game.
Those who enjoy visual arts or performing arts will revel in the range of options at the Bonita Springs Center for the Arts. And at nearby Germain Arena, beyond the action on ice, there’s a busy calendar of special events and concerts featuring legendary recording artists. Again, the point here is that Sun Village Estates is positioned notably near so many things to-see-and-do.
Learn More About Sun Village Estates
For the affordability and quality of the homes as well as the great location in Bonita Springs, Florida, Sun Village Estates offers ample appeal for buyers particularly interested in new construction. Should you like to learn more about currently available properties, or pre-build incentives, we encourage you to connect with us while the opportunity still remains. With only a little more than 30 home site planned for now, the possibility to purchase here can be equated to that beautiful sunset on the Gulf of Mexico – it eventually fades. For more information, simply submit the contact form below.