Bella Terra is a gated community developed by Lennar in the Village of Estero, Florida – just North of Naples. Bella Terra is located East of I-75 at a short distance to schools, shopping, Florida Gulf Coast University and public golf courses. Spacious clubhouse with a resort-style pool, tennis courts, football/soccer/softball field, inline skating park, fitness center are among the numerous amenities.
About the Community of Bella Terra
Bella Terra Community is located on Corkscrew Road just east of I-75, Bella Terra is made up of single family homes, villas, condominiums, and townhomes. The single family homes, condominiums, townhomes and some of the villas were built by Lennar and they all feature floor plans ranging in size from 1500 to well over 5000 square feet of the living area depending upon the model. Remaining villas were built by Beazer Homes and range in size from 1300 to 2500 square feet of living space.
Amenities include a children’s playground, tennis and Bocce ball courts, multi-use ball fields, and inline skate park, beach volleyball and basketball courts. There is a large clubhouse with social activities, fitness center and a spectacular, large resort-style pool unique to a community within this price point. The pool includes rock formations, kiddie pool with palm tree fountain, large spa and plenty of sun deck to accommodate plenty of sunbathers.
Around Bella Terra
Bella Terra is located between Fort Myers and Bonita Springs and has become a very popular shopping and dining destination. Miromar Outlets, Coconut Point, and Gulf Coast Town Center are three large outdoor malls located within just six miles north or south of Bella Terra. Bass Pro Shops, Dilliards, Best Buy and Super Targets are just a few of the major department stores located and one or both of these centers. Bella Terra is only three miles away from Germain Arena in addition to hosting Florida Everblades hockey, Southwest Florida’s premier entertainment venue offers a wide variety of choice entertainment. Since the arena opened in 1998, it has hosted NHL, NBA, USBL, and Arena football games. Starting in 2012, the arena will also be the home of the Ultimate Indoor Football League’s Florida Tarpons. Also, Bella Terra is home to Florida Gulf Coast University is just ten minutes down the road.
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