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Barefoot Beach

In Bonita Springs, you can set your eyes on one of the most unique Southwest Florida communities. Better yet, do not let it be just another fancy community that you notice, and pass up. Why not experience the whole thing for yourself? This highly desirable community goes by the name of Barefoot Beach. It is a residential landscape that consists of different types of homes that will cater to the needs of various home buyers. The entire neighborhood is gated and there is an abundance of convenient amenities for everyone.

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A Sneak Peak

The setting on Barefoot Beach is serene. The community captures the true essence of tropical Florida living. Most of the homes here are just steps away from gorgeous Gulf beaches. For those who love boating, they can choose homes on waterways. These residents will easily be able to access the Gulf of Mexico through riding their own boats.

All of these homes provide variety for a tropical and relaxing Florida lifestyle. If not situated directly on the beach, most homes are only steps away. Some homes are on navigable waterways that offer free access to the Gulf of Mexico by boat, and passing through no bridges. The neighborhood is gated, and has an optional beach, tennis and dining club, boardwalks, dockage, swimming pools, fitness clubs and gorgeous Gulf sunsets.

Barefoot Beach Real Estate

Barefoot Beach lies between Fort Myers and Naples, making it a sought after residential location in Southwest Florida. The Barefoot Beach neighborhood offers a wide array of homes to choose from. There are Gulf-front estate homes, mid-rise condominiums with Gulf view, villa homes, townhomes, and bayside homes with boat docks and waterway access. The real estate options here are incredible and offer an abundance of amenities.

On top of the exquisite homes, residents can enjoy the beach, tennis courts, dining options, fitness clubs, swimming pools, boardwalks, dockages and picturesque views.

People who love to go boating or have longed for the waterfront lifestyle will find what they are looking for here. The Barefoot Beach community is divided into different neighborhoods, each offering different types of homes and settings. Home buyers can find their perfect retreat here.

There is the Beach Gardens, which is a neighborhood of single-family estate homes. All homes provide stunning views of the Gulf. There is Bayfront Gardens, a neighborhood composed of single-family homes on the bay. Homes provide boat docks, beach access and awesome views of the waters. There is Southport on the Bay, which is composed of 100 single-family homes. Homes here are situated both on and off the bay. Homes on the bay offer boat docks and beach access.

The Villas at Barefoot Beach is a neighborhood consisting of three to four bedroom townhouses. Each townhouse comes with a two-car garage. The Cottages at Barefoot Beach is a neighborhood consisting of single-family homes. Homes are situated near the Barefoot Preserve, which means residents will enjoy the beautiful views of the preserves throughout the day. There is the Barefoot Beach Club, a seven-story mid-rise beachfront condominium that provides stunning Gulf views.

Why Live In Barefoot Beach?

In Barefoot Beach, there is always a temptation to explore the waters and beaches. But of course, there are plenty of other reasons why you should consider living here. Barefoot Beach offers several activities to residents. Because of the beach and water, Barefoot Beach has become an ideal place to go shelling, boating, kayaking, fishing, swimming and surfing.

Barefoot Beach, being close to Naples, is in close proximity to the best public and private golf courses in this part of Florida. Naples, known as the golf capital in the United States, does not disappoint when it comes to providing the best golfing experience every time. The perfect weather, undulated greens, lush fairways, cool breeze, and challenging tees are the right ingredients for a perfect golfing day.

What are the other things you can do here? You can watch the sunset on the Gulf beach or you can watch the pelicans, sea birds, and dolphins play in the warm and blue Gulf water. If that is not enough, you can visit the Everglades or take a boat ride to the Henry Ford and Edison Estates. You can go shopping in the flea market or have a good night of fun at the Greyhound Race Track. If you are looking for some entertainment, you can always visit the nearby Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall.