The club at renaissance real estate

Created with the golf lover in mind, The Club at Renaissance is a residential golf community with an ideal south Fort Myers location and a long list of member amenities.

Nestled on 500 acres just west of Interstate I-75 and with the main, guard-gated entrance off Daniels Parkway, The Club at Renaissance features an 18-hole championship golf course designed by acclaimed architect Arthur Hills.

The community is also home to a magnificent clubhouse, clay tennis courts and an impressive social events calendar for members who appreciate the upscale country club lifestyle.

Developed by The Worthington Group in 2003, this idyllic golf community is perfectly located for easy access to I-75, both Lee County professional baseball spring training stadiums and all the everyday conveniences one could imagine.

The neighborhood underwent an extensive refurbishment and renovation in 2019, including the golf course, dining room and culinary offerings and the addition of a poolside bar, fire pit and bocce and pickleball courts.

The Club at Renaissance Homes for Sale

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The Club at Renaissance Real Estate

With just 386 homesites spread over the community’s 500 acres, The Club at Renaissance is a low-density home to young families, local professionals and those who moved to Florida to enjoy golf in their retirement.

You’ll find mostly single-family estate homes here of varying sizes, and 32 low-rise condominium buildings in the Triana neighborhood, with 4 residences in each building.

The average listing price for single family homes is $1,550,000 and the average asking price for condos is $395,000. No matter the residential lifestyle you’re looking for, The Club at Renaissance has it all.

As a current example, a custom estate built by esteemed builder Stock Development offers 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths in 3,248 square feet of living area. Built in 2016, the palatial home also features a full outdoor kitchen, large pool and spa and delightful lake and golf course views. The property is marketed at $1,600,000.

A 3-bedroom, 3-bath condominium residence with 2,520 square feet is in the Triana community and was built in 2006. It includes an attached 2-car garage, electric storm shutters, granite countertops and stunning vistas of a beautiful nature preserve from its 2nd floor vantage point. It is listed at $425,000.

Owners here pay a Master Homeowners Association Fee, (HOA), of $573.00 per month, with HOA fees in the individual communities of approximately $1,000 due quarterly. Each street in The Club at Renaissance has its own HOA, so fees can vary.

The Club at Renaissance Amenities

Golf Courses

The recently refurbished, 18-hole Arthur Hills golf course is the centerpiece of this pristine community, and the layout wraps around many large lakes, nature preserves and lush, native foliage, the perfect place for abundant wildlife and birds.

The club has also designed the “Fifty Four” course, a par 3 course hidden within the 18-hole championship course, providing a fun challenge for golfers of any skill level.

Low Density Membership

One of the many appealing benefits to membership here is the surprisingly low number of members, capped at just 225. This means easy tee time access, 18-holes in less than 4 hours, and an uncongested feel and relaxed pace.

The course was included in Golfweek Magazine’s Top 40 New Courses in the Country in 2005.

The golf amenities here include a large practice facility, staff teaching professionals, an elaborate pro shop and a full slate of organized clinics and tournaments for members and guests.

The Club at Renaissance is also home to the popular Impact Zone Golf Performance Center, an instruction program developed by well-known former PGA pro and television golf commentator, Bobby Clampett.

Clubhouse & Pool

The award-winning, Mediterranean styled clubhouse wraps around the huge pool deck and its oversized resort-style swimming pool, and the recent addition of the Rendezvous Pool Bar means members can enjoy a bite to eat and a cocktail while at the pool.

There is also a large playground for the kids.


Indoors, the luxurious surroundings are home to multiple dining and social opportunities, including The Rotunda Dining Room for more formal dining, and The Turnhouse Café for more relaxed fare.

Spa & Fitness Center

After golf, members can luxuriate with a spa treatment like a facial or massage at The Club at Renaissance Spa or stretch tight muscles in the state-of-the-art fitness facility.

There are professional trainers on staff, steam rooms and a full array of cardio, strength and conditioning equipment. There are also many scheduled yoga, dance and other class sessions.


Golfers are not the only ones living the sporting life at The Club at Renaissance. The extensive tennis and racquet program boasts 6 red clay tennis courts and a variety of social and competitive activities, clinics and individual or group lessons. There are also new pickleball and bocce courts.

Golf Membership

Full Memberships here require a $50,000 initiation fee and annual dues of approximately $10,000. Social Memberships are bundled with the purchase of a home or condominium, with annual dues of around $4,000.

There are also Executive Memberships for those under 44-years of age, and a Heritage Membership with reduced costs for those beyond age 75. Membership is required for residents.

With only 225 membership opportunities, you can imagine that life here is ideal for those seeking an uncrowded, unhurried private club lifestyle.

The Club at Renaissance Surrounding Area

Another benefit of life at The Club at Renaissance is the community’s proximity to so many of southwest Florida’s primary conveniences.

The Southwest Florida International Airport, (RSW), the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins spring training stadiums and major supermarkets like Whole Foods are all just 10-minutes away.

I-75 is 2 minutes from the entry to the club, allowing quick access to cities like Sarasota and Tampa to the north and Miami to the east. Spend a day at the beach or explore the Gulf of Mexico barrier islands in just 20 minutes, or head to the popular Downtown Fort Myers Historic River District for a fun night of dining and shopping.

The Club at Renaissance is a prime example of a member-centric golf community, perfect for the golfer and families that want the amenity-rich, country club lifestyle with in-town convenience.