Casual, unspoiled and tranquil all come to mind when describing Bonita Beach. Located just South of Lovers Key State Park and Ft. Myers Beach and bordered to the South by Barefoot Beach and the Lee-Collier County line, Bonita Beach offers a slower pace and a distinctly residential neighborhood atmosphere. Bonita Beach has over three miles of white sandy shoreline overlooking the Gulf Of Mexico to the West and numerous coves and channels to the East on Fish Trap and Estero Bay.
Bonita Beach offers home buyers a choice of Gulf front or Bay front living in simple to luxurious single family homes and condominiums. Gulf front homes range from original stilt beach cottages and smaller homes, built in the 1960’s and 1970’s to newly constructed 3 and 4 story luxury homes with over 4000 sq. ft. of living area. Gulf front lots are 50′ x 200′ and currently are valued at $2,000,000. Gulf front homes are currently start in price at $3,500,000.
Bonita Beach condominiums and villas provide homeowners with a carefree lifestyle and many amenities, including some with boat docks. There are 18 condominium communities on the island with units ranging from 500 Sq. Ft. efficiencies to 4500 Sq. Ft. four bedroom villas. Prices for condominiums begin at $170,000. The entry price for a 2 Bed, 2 Bath Gulf front condominium is currently in the mid $400,000’s.
Bay front homes are popular because they offer both direct Gulf access for boating and they are still within walking distance to the beach. As with Gulf front homes, home buyers will find older, often renovated, small homes all the way up to newly constructed multi story luxury homes built to the highest standards. Prices on the Bay side of Bonita Beach currently begin in the mid $600,000’s.
Bonita Beach’s easy access and proximity to dining, shopping and entertainment, combined with it’s natural beauty and quiet pace will always make the area a very desirable place for home ownership. If you would like to explore the many choices available in both homes or condominiums on Bonita Beach, call Jim today at 239-273-3833 or use the contact tab at the top of this page.