Located in the beautiful Bonita Springs in Southwest Florida, Spring Run is a popular bundled golf community. It has plenty of amenities for an active family or snowbirds looking to enjoy their retirement.
Whether it’s golf or tennis, the pool or spa, there is something for everyone to do here.
Spring Run was incorporated in 1998 and for the following four years was one of the fastest selling private golf club communities in the country!
Lucky for you, nearly 20 years later homes do come up for resale. You have the opportunity to make it your sunshine state getaway.
Part of a larger master-planned community called The Brooks, Spring Run shares some amenities with a few other gated communities in the area. These are located at the Commons Club, situated somewhat in the middle of the neighboring Brooks communities.
Spring Run Homes for Sale
Spring Run Real Estate
This popular golf community has 847 units spread across 10 different smaller neighborhoods. If you are searching for a new home here, the neighborhood names and types of home in each one are the following.
Autumn Lakes (carriage homes), Coral Cove (attached villas), Hidden Lakes (carriage homes), Sabal Cove (attached villas), Silver Creek (single-family homes), Streamside (condos), Sunset Stream (condos), Whisper Creek (single-family homes), Willow Creek (single-family homes), and Winding Stream (condos).
Properties throughout Spring Run range in price from about $150,000 to nearly $600,000.
Although predominantly a condominium community, there are a variety of styles of homes. These include villas, coach homes, and low-rise condominiums. Most floor plans are 2-3 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms
Spring Run Golf Club Amenities
Tennis, Bocce & Fitness
As a member of The Brooks, Spring Run residents have access to many great community amenities. These include four tennis courts, two bocce ball courts and pools. In addition they have access to the Commons Club amenities which include a state-of-the-art fitness center, The Rookery, a delicious restaurant with outside dining options, and even a private beach club located on the Gulf!
Some may say that the most important amenity at Spring Run is the golf. There is an 18-hole, par 72 course originally designed by Gordon Lewis and subsequently redesigned by John Sanford on 2014. There is also a clubhouse, putting green, and a golf shop.
As a bundled golf community, ownership here includes golf membership, requiring only annual dues. This is unlike some other communities that require exorbitant upfront costs to contribute toward equity or membership in the golf club.
Many people find bundled golf communities to be a much more affordable (and sensible) option.
Since golf is included in your ownership, the dues are sometimes slightly higher than in non-golf communities. At Spring Run, annual master HOA fees are $6,840 (as of this writing).
Neighborhood specific HOA fees vary based on home size and location but are typically around $900/quarter.
There is no better bang for your buck in Southwest Florida when it comes to bundled golf communities!
Spring Run Surrounding Area
Technically in Bonita Springs, but often referenced as being in Estero, Spring Run is just off Coconut Road, near the Coconut Point shopping area (with lots of delicious restaurants), and not far from the Tamiami Trail (US-41). It’s also only a short drive to I-75, which will take you to points north like Tampa and South (east) like Miami.
If you are looking for a great day trip away from Bonita Springs, both Marco Island and Sanibel Island have great beaches, dining, and sightseeing options. Each of them feel like a true little island paradise in Southwest Florida.
Need a break from the sun? The surrounding area provides plenty of opportunity for indoor activities, whether cultural like museums, or active like arcades or movie theaters. Just a short drive south is the larger city of Naples, home to the Naples Botanical Garden and the Naples Art District.
Looking to do some shopping? There are more options than you can imagine! Take a stroll down 5th Avenue in Naples and shop the high end boutiques, or scoot over to Miromar Outlets in Estero for some bargain hunting. There is sure to be a shopping option for every budget.
If Bonita Springs will only be your seasonal home, or you want to make sure that friends and family can visit easily, don’t worry! Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) is a short 20-minute drive. It’s a smaller airport meaning manageable traffic and a breeze to get through security.
Whatever you’re looking for, Spring Run, The Brooks, and Bonita Springs are sure to please!