With hundreds of single-family homes to choose from, Botanica Lakes also offers homebuyers real value. The gated community allows for some of the most spacious floor plans in Fort Myers, with Mediterranean-style homes generally ranging from around three- to six-bedrooms.
Botanica Lakes in Fort Myers is a wonderful place in southwest Florida to raise a family, or move into for a seasonal or retirement home. The large single-family homes and attractive community amenities are geared for the whole family.
Treeline Avenue in Fort Myers near I-75 and Daniels Parkway is home to several developments, but today we focus on three of our favorites: The Plantation, Pelican Preserve and Botanica Lakes.
The developer at Botanica Lakes is presenting two new models of single-family homes. Move-in ready homes are available in the Parkland Collection. The Treeline Avenue Corridor, which includes Botanica Lakes, is one of the hottest areas in Fort Myers real estate.
The Treeline Avenue Corridor is one of the hottest areas in the Fort Myers real estate market. Buyers have opened their checkbooks in a big way this winter for new homes at the communities along this corridor including the Plantation and Botanica Lakes.
Sunrise Florida based builder GL Homes has made a significant impact in Southwest Florida with resort-themed, gated communities. The GL Homes blueprint for their Southwest Florida developments includes upscale homes, a feature-rich central amenities area, an abundance of community lakes and attractive price points.
Botanica Lakes is a gated community of approximately 600 homes located in the Fort Myers Treeline Corridor just east of I-75. Sales of both new and existing homes have been very strong at Botanica Lakes as this community delivers strong value. Botanica Lakes is very popular with families as it is one of the limited number of communities in Fort Myers with larger five and six bedroom floor plan options.
Lee County Florida, home to Fort Myers and Cape Coral, was ranked second nationally in the nine-month period ending January 2012 for the percentage of foreign real estate buyers. In this time frame, 8.5% of all real estate transactions in Lee County involved a buyer with a foreign mailing address.
Fort Myers is very busy right now with significant numbers of seasonal visitors enjoying our warm sunny weather, beaches golf courses and of course shopping for real estate. In a shift from the past few winters when foreclosures and short sales dominated the market, buyers have shifted their focus to new construction opportunities.
With the opening this spring of JetBlue Park at the eastern end of Daniels Parkway, this section of Fort Myers is swarming with Red Sox Fans. For those of you new to the area, Daniels Parkway is a major east-west thoroughfare in Fort Myers and runs from Imokolee Road (SR 82) to the Tamiami Trail (US-41).
While foreclosures and short sales still dominate the Southwest Florida real estate headlines, new construction in exciting subdivisions continue to gain momentum in the market. Many buyers, particularly remotely located second home owners, want a new turnkey move-in-ready solution.
Many buyers are turning to new construction options in communities along Treeline rather than dealing with the short sale and foreclosure options