It’s hard to envision a more appropriate name for a residential setting in Bonita Springs than Paradise Village.
Home to large, single-family homes designed and built in an “Old Florida,” Key West-style of architecture, this gated community is the creation of Seahorse Communities and contains 40 residences, all with deep-water Gulf access in the backyard on the Imperial River.
The idyllic, serene setting and the ability to dock your boat at your private backyard dock creates a true boater’s haven, convenient to all of the many dining, entertainment and shopping options that make Bonita Springs such a popular destination.
Paradise Village Real Estate
A striking, 3-story home offers 4 bedrooms, a large den and 3.5 baths comprising 2,504 square feet of living space reminiscent of life in old Key West. The home features a resort-style pool along the banks of the Imperial River, plenty of large windows to allow the natural beauty indoors, and a marble kitchen fit for a gourmet chef.
There is a 4-car garage, plus a complete guest suite with living room, dining room, kitchen and bath located on the ground level, perfect for visiting family and friends. Launch your boat from the 7,000 lb. lift just steps from your back door and take the family fishing in just minutes.
This property was most recently showing as a pending sale in early 2022 at $1,985,000. Owners in Paradise Village pay a Homeowners Association, (HOA), fee of $725.00 per quarter.
Paradise Village Amenities
Boating is a primary reason so many choose Southwest Florida to call home – specifically the ability to keep your boat at your back door. Paradise Village is a well-kept secret in Bonita Springs discovered by just 40 fortunate residents, all looking for an idyllic boater’s lifestyle.
All homes here are either directly on the Imperial River or on small, connecting inlets, allowing easy access to Estero Bay and then a bit further to the open waters of the sparkling Gulf of Mexico.
Paradise Village is located off W. Terry Street, just minutes away from the charming, revitalized downtown Bonita Springs Historic District with their quaint shops, galleries, and dozens of restaurants. The community is between Old Highway 41 and the larger US 41, where residents can easily get to doctor’s appointments, pick up groceries, prescriptions and other retail goods or spend a special evening out at one of the area’s well-known restaurants offering cuisine to suit any palate.
If you’re an avid boater who wants the luxury of hopping aboard and casting off for waterfront fun in Bonita Springs, you owe it to yourself to look at Paradise Village.