Top Ten Reasons to Live at Pebble Pointe at the Brooks

Once you get a taste for the Southwest Florida lifestyle it’s pretty much impossible to live anywhere else.

Haven’t you ever dreamt of living where others choose to go on vacation?

Bonita Springs and the entire Estero area offer year round access to outdoor activities such as golf, tennis, boating and fishing, coupled with the upscale urban charm of nearby Naples on the Gulf.

With literally hundreds of natural, unspoiled islands and endless miles of secluded beaches it’s easy to slice off your own sliver of paradise in this very special part of the world.

New Homes Bonita Springs & New Homes Estero Area: From Coconut Plantation to Friendly Community

Bonita Springs is a treasured location with secrets in store for everyone. With nature to explore, beaches for tranquility, warm blue waters and modern shopping facilities, it’s the perfect blend of country allure and city chic.

At the heart of Bonita Springs lies Pebble Pointe at the Brooks, a quiet community of 90 single family homes nestled between a web of open spaces, pristine lakes and lush landscape.

Perfect for those who enjoy water sports, picturesque views and social activities, Pebble Pointe is the newest gated enclave at one of the region’s most celebrated master planned communities.

Here are ten captivating reasons why life doesn’t get any better than calling Pebble Pointe home.

Golf with Benefits – A different course for every day of the week!

Golf Course

It’s easy for golf fanatics to fall in love with Southwest Florida. The Fort Myers and Sanibel area alone offers an incredible 17 different golf courses ranging in size, difficulty and layout.

Bonita Fairways Golf Course & Raptor Bay Golf Club in Bonita Springs offer a high end golf experience while Estero features the Stoneybrook Golf Club, a public course with a stunning practice facility and links spread across acres of beautiful lakes and preserves.

Coconut Point – A shopper’s dream.


Pebble Pointe at The Brooks is located just two miles from the region’s principal shopping mall.

Coconut Point is comprised of more than 20 restaurants for a broad selection of dining choices plus 80 shops and a 16-screen movie theatre.

As a Simon Mall, the shopping center includes all of your big favorites and staples such as Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Sports Authority and Super Target as well as high quality fashion boutiques and specialty shops.

It doesn’t matter where you go in life, as long as you go to the beach.


Southwest Florida is known for isolated beaches offering serene and tranquil settings.

One of the most popular sand-in-your-toes destinations is the nearby Barefoot Beach Preserve. Barefoot Beach is ideal for a quiet day hunting for shells or bird watching, but Watch Out! The seagulls around here aren’t scared of people at all and they might just fancy a bite of your lunch.

Dog owners love Barefoot Beach Preserve as the grounds include a dedicated dog park.

Boating – There’s nothing quite like a day on the water.


Whether you prefer powerboats or paddling along on your own steam, there are water based activities for everyone a hop, skip and a jump from Pebble Pointe.

The hugely popular Great Calusa Blueway is a marked and GPS-plotted waterway trail running from one end of the county to the other.

Historic Sites – Dive into the past.


The Koreshan State Historic Site is a State Park with a history uniquely Floridian!

Visit eleven beautifully maintained historic structures dating from 1882-1920 and wander through gorgeous gardens presenting unique ornamental exotic vegetation from across the globe.

The park was once the vision of Cyrus Reed Teed, a man who attempted to create not only his own religion but his own version of utopia.

Parasailing & Jet Skis – The need for speed.


For an unforgettable day at the beach, why not rent jet skis or take to the skies on a wild parasailing adventure?

Adventure enthusiasts will also find a wealth of other extreme sport activities ranging from stand-up paddle board rental to kayaks, sailboats and more.

The Road Less Traveled – Exploring the best of what Mother Nature has to offer.


Owning a home at the Brooks is just like living inside your very own nature preserve. Every day offers a new adventure with countless lakes, sanctuaries and lush vegetation to sweep your worries away.

Where else can a stroll around the neighborhood feel like a day at the park?

What’s for dinner? A world of dining options at your fingertips.


For a relatively unpopulated region you’ll be amazed at the wide range of dining options available within a short drive of Pebble Pointe.

Head to the beach for seafood so fresh it practically jumps out of the sea and on to your plate. Choose Coconut Point for dozens of eating options in one convenient location.

Let’s go for a bike ride!


Take advantage of gorgeous year round weather with the simple joy of cycling.

With an endless network of trails to explore you’ll never have to do the same ride twice.

Fish on! Florida knows fishing.


The warm waters of the gulf provide the opportunity to enjoy some of the world’s most exciting sports fishing.

But not all angling adventures take place on the high seas.

Unique to this neck of the woods is Florida-style backwater fishing. There’s a reason Southwest Florida is called the tarpon capital of the world.

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