Buyers in search of more space and an appealing, laid-back atmosphere are sure to find it in Horse Creek. Estate-size homes abound in this Fort Myers community, where its common to find lots of at least one acre in size.
This makes Horse Creek one of Southwest Florida’s few subdivisions with true, estate-sized homesites. It also easily allows homebuyers the space needed to add in private swimming pools and lanais, summer kitchens and gardens.
Do not be fooled. While the name is Horse Creek, horses aren’t actually allowed in the community. Even so, the large private properties are complemented by a peaceful location and some incredible home designs.
In all, Horse Creek provides enough space for 113 unique home sites. With well more than a dozen different floor plans to choose from, buyers can opt for a French Country, Southern Colonial or Old Florida-style design.
There is also the option of a custom home In Horse Creek from developer Daniel Wayne Homes. Typically, floor plans include at least three-bedrooms, although some homes in Horse Creek offer a den for additional living space.
Community amenities, meanwhile, range from a riverside park and nature trail to a multi-tiered playground and a kayak/canoe launch onto the river. There is also enough space for picnic tables and barbecue grills for hanging out with friends and neighbors.
Right on the Orange River, Horse Creek is surrounded by protected nature preserve, adding in another layer of privacy for residents of the community. Nearly half of the 220-acre community is dedicated to lakes and preserve.
New and prospective buyers are thereby treated to views of the preserve, the lakefront or the river. Despite a more secluded setting, the homes of Horse Creek also remain simply a short distance away from nearby dining and shopping options, plus major roadways in the area.