With all that Sandoval offers is it any wonder that home construction has thrived in this community during the building slowdown in Southwest Florida? The Bonita Bay Group, the developer of the 524 acre gated community announced in May 2011 that home sales surged 83% in the first quarter of 2011.
Sandoval offers a community pool that is one of the largest pools in Lee County. The 7500 sq ft resort style pool is surrounded by palm trees. Add in the Caribbean music, the sun and soft breezes and the sensation of relaxing in paradise comes to mind. The Chute is a 100 ft water slide for a little added fun. There is a children’s play area, Tiki Huts with seating, and a quiet cove for those looking to experience serenity. The pool is heated for those cooler days in January and February. Let the northern tier of the country shovel snow, while the residents of Sandoval pass the time at the heated pool, even if they have one of their own.
Sandoval offers many other amenities for its residents. The Kiddies’ play area is called Shipwreck Cove. Walkers and joggers can take advantage of the 2 mile long Esplanade that winds through the lush landscaping along the development’s roads. Fido is not left out of the fun. There are two dog runs for man’s best friend to run and play. One for the little guys and one for the big doggies. The 4 1/2 acre Calypso Park offers Tiki Huts, picnic tables and grills plus a fishing pier that juts out into the 22 acre Calypso Lake, the largest of Sandoval’s 20 lakes. Is tennis, basketball, volleyball, bocce or horse shoes what you enjoy? No problem at Sandoval, enjoy the activity of your choice.
The pictures below offer a glimpse of the pleasures you can experience poolside. For more info and photos on Sandoval’s other activity areas, you can visit my website by clicking here. or contact me by clicking here. I’ll help you weigh the pro’s and con’s of each of the four preferred builders or the individual neighborhoods in the development.
Enjoy the photo’s! Hope to see you soon at Sandoval, “Cape Coral’s Hidden Jewel”, as some would refer to it. I just call it home.