Bonita Beach is a beautiful piece of beachfront neighboring Barefoot Beach and located between Naples and Fort Myers. It is made up of single family gulf and waterfront homes, villas, and condominiums. Bonita Beach has frequently ranked on national top beaches lists.
Bonita Beach – Single Family Gulf Homes:
$4,500,000 to $15,000,000+
Homes on Bonita Beach sit on one of the most desirable locations in Southwest Florida. Bonita Beach maintains the lifestyle and quality of living of the Naples waterfront, but avoids the atmosphere and zoning issues faced by more northern beach communities. Bonita Beach also maintains the Naples gulf front style without the high pricing. A Bonita beachfront residence can be had for a fraction of the cost of its Naples counterpart. This makes Bonita Beach a highly desirable market for affordable luxury beachfront living. Bonita Beach features a variety of property levels to purchase.
Empty Lots & Cottages:
Lots on Bonita Beach are 50’ x 200’. A buyer may purchase an empty beachfront lot or a similar lot with an original cottage home for around a similar $4 to $5 million dollar price range. Lots with nicer condition cottages that produce steady rental income will sell at the higher price point. Other buyers will pursue an empty lot or very original cottage which they will immediately tear down to put a new beachfront home.
New or recently new beachfront homes on Bonita Beach tend to be 3 or 4 story, with full hurricane protection and concrete construction. A typical new construction home will have between 4 and 6 bedrooms, 2+ garages, and 4,000 to 6,000 a/c sqft. Typical amenities include high end luxury finish with a pool, elevator, and pocketing sliding glass doors. The majority of single family gulf homes on Bonita Beach do not have a HOA and seasonal owners typically hire a home watch service to maintain a lock and go lifestyle. These homes typically sell between $8 million and up.
Another home type is the fully renovated gulf front home. These homes were typically originally constructed in the 1980’s giving them a solid structure, but dated layout and finishes. Once they have been renovated they will have the quality and most features of a new construction home. T