Crown Colony Golf Real Estate

Nestled in the heart of Fort Myers, the exclusive 403-acre gated community of Crown Colony Golf & Country Club features well-appointed homes, luxurious amenities, and one of the most highly-rated golf courses in the area. Crown Colony has a warm, tight-knit community and, with its active social calendar, plenty of fun to offer both for golfing enthusiasts and their families.

Developed in the 2000’s with the motto “Where Luxury Reigns,” Crown Colony boasts elegant homes set on meandering streets and cul-de-sacs lined with tropical greenery and graceful palm trees. Surrounded by pristine golf links and protected wildlife preserves, dotted throughout with sparkling lakes, residents can enjoy beautiful views at every turn in this true tropical paradise.

Crown Colony Homes for Sale

Crown Colony Real Estate

With 552 residences at Crown Colony, there is something to be found here that will cater to every taste.

The offerings include 200 Oxford Pointe Carriage homes (condo) ranging from 1,600 to 2,000 square feet; 139 Cambridge Place homes (villas) of 1,800 to 2,453 square feet; and 213 Abbey Row homes (estate homes) of 2,038 to 3,200 square feet.

Single families may choose from Cambridge Place villas to the expansive Abbey Row homes, while those who prefer a more intimate residence can pick between the two models of Oxford Pointe condos.

The costs are around $300,000 for the condos, while villas can range from $400,000 to $500,000, and $550,000 and up for the estate homes.

Crown Colony Golf and Country Club Amenities

Crown Colony is an intimate yet luxurious private equity golf community which has plenty to offer for golfing enthusiasts and their families. The amenities of Crown Colony include a fitness center, a large heated pool and hot tub overlooking one of the larger lakes, and four well-lighted Har-Tru tennis courts. HOA fees are $440.00 per quarter, with condo fees at $1046.00 per quarter. This includes cable, insurance, irrigation, water, land and lawn maintenance, legal and accounting, pest control, security, sewer maintenance, and trash removal.

However, the crown jewel of the community is the Crown Colony Golf & Country Club.

The championship 18-hole course designed by the renowned Ron Garl is also Audubon-designated, with its fairways and greens creatively routed around the native wetlands, pines, and scrub oaks, producing a strategic layout which provides an invigorating challenge for golfing aficionados.

Membership falls into three types: Social membership, Sports membership, and Golf membership.

For Golf membership, the member must first complete the requirements to be converted from an Intermediate member into a Full member.

Social Membership

  • Non-Refundable Equity Contribution of $3,000
  • Annual Dues of $1,572
  • Annual Capital Dues of $480

Sports Membership

  • Non-Refundable Equity Contribution of $10,000
  • Annual Dues of $5,208
  • Annual Capital Dues of $760

Golf Membership

 Intermediate Golf Membership

  • Annual Dues of $1000 per year with the balance of the Equity contribution to be paid at the end of the 8th year, or until the member reaches 50, whichever comes first.

Full Golf Membership

  • Non-Refundable Equity Contribution of $15,000
  • Annual Dues of $10,296
  • Annual Capital Dues of $1200 

Crown County Surrounding Areas

It is only a short drive away from upscale boutiques and vibrant entertainment centers, as well as banks, hospitals, grocery stores, theaters, restaurants, and schools. Attractions include the historic Ford and Edison winter estate, which dates back from 1885 and features acres of botanic gardens, as well as a museum and laboratory.

Baseball lovers can enjoy an exciting afternoon at Jetblue park, while Florida Repertory Theater, Broadway Palm Dinner Theater, IMAG, SWFL Symphony, and the Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center offer an unparalleled cultural experience. Bell Tower Shops and Edison Mall are chock full of upscale shops, chic boutiques, and one of a kind buys.

Nature lovers will surely find the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve and the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium worth a visit. Sunny Sanibel Island and Captiva Island, along with some of the most beautiful shell-strewn white sand beaches in Florida such as Fort Myers beach and Sanibel Island, are also just a short drive away–15 minutes, to be exact. Several activities such as shelling, fishing, and diving can readily be enjoyed in these beaches.

Southwest Florida International Airport, locally known as Fort Myers airport, is only a 24 minute drive away, making air travel an absolute breeze.