Bonita Springs

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Known as the “Gateway to the Gulf” – Bonita Springs enjoys the charm of small town living with sprinkles of magnificent upscale communities and businesses. Most, who now call Bonita Springs their home, discovered its magic on a vacation or day visit and decided to stay for a while. The lure of the postcard beaches, cobalt blue skies and aquamarine waters would certainly be enough to entice one and all, but the ambience of the community enraptures you with the feeling of yesterday, where residents of every age enjoy the uncomplicated lifestyle filled with values and getting to know your neighbor.

Bonita Springs is a place where there is a gracious blend of spectacular mansion filled communities and quaint and eclectic, down home neighborhoods, all nestled amongst grand oaks, native tropical trees and a paradise of wildlife havens. The charming downtown welcomes its visitors with historically significant buildings, playgrounds and pedestrian walkways and the familiar banyan tree stands proudly as the monarch of his kingdom. The natural wonders of Bonita Springs abound between the Gulf of Mexico and the mystical inland woodlands where you can witness the beauty of diving dolphins, playful river otters, gentle manatees, precious deer, an extraordinary selection of birds, and more.

This is the place where the good life was meant to portray. Bonita Springs has charm, history and beauty. It’s the unique destination for every age and interest and is filled with enchantment worth celebrating.

Bonita Springs currently has 97 restaurants, 19 Hotels and Motels, and 29 Golf Courses. A great place to live or visit!

Market Reports

2021
Bonita/Estero August Market Summary
Key takeaways: Single Family (SF) median price up 28% Year-to-Date (YTD) to $525,000 on 44% higher sales; YTD median Condo price YTD up 21.5% to $309,950 on 64% higher sales

April Market Review
While prices continue on their strongly upward path, it is worth noting that the median price of both Single Family homes and Condos remain below the peak years before the Great Recession.