Lighthouse Bay at The Brooks

23740 Olde Lighthouse Road, Bonita Springs, Florida 34135



Lush All Ages Resort Community of Lighthouse Bay Has Homes on the Water and Plenty of Amenities

Tucked between Fort Myers and well-to-do Naples on Florida's southwestern coast, pretty Bonita Springs caters to second home owners and retirees. It has been growing and is the setting for Lighthouse Bay at The Brooks, an all ages, resort-style lakefront community that is part of a larger master-plaanned development. Although Lighthouse Bay is open to people of all ages, it is a popular place with baby boomers and has low maintenance homes that include condominiums, coach homes, villas and carriage homes. All of these are attached homes.  



Gated, lush and attractive, Lighthouse Bay was developed by Wallace Homes from 2000 to 2004. The community has 655 residences, and each one overlooks one of the thirteen fishing lakes that are scattered throughout the nicely manicured surroundings. The condos have two bedrooms, two baths and approximately 1,250 square feet to 1,365 square feet. They also have a detached carport. The coach homes have three bedrooms, two baths and approximately 1,355 square feet to 1,650 square feet. They, too, have a detached carport. The courtyard villas are duplexes with two to three bedrooms, two baths and approximately 1,785 square feet to 1,960 square feet. Instead of a carport, they have an attached two car garage, a private patio and a small glass-enclosed swimming pool.


The carriage homes are the largest residences, and they have two to three bedrooms, two baths and an attached garage large enough for one or two cars. These homes and the coach homes have a second story. All residences are Mediterranean-style with colorful exteriors and red tile roofs. Prices begin in the high-$100,000s and top out in the $300,000s. Please check with a Realtor to verify these prices as they may change.

With its tropical setting, plentiful vegetation and narrow walkways, Lighthouse Bay has a cozy, inviting feeling. It also has excellent amenities, and they may be the best reason to retire here. Residents enjoy five swimming pools, including a lagoon shaped pool with a spa. There is also a lap pool and a sauna. The private beach has a boat dock with paddle boats. The Har Tru tennis courts, fitness center and three miles of verdant walking pathes are futher ways to stay in shape. The clubhouse has a full time activities director, and groups and events are many. The tennis club is particularly active. Fishermen (and women) often take advantage of the stocked lakes. The 26-acre nature preserve lends a sense of serenity and is a favorite wintering ground for numerous bird species.

Bonita Springs is along Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, with the 9-mile long Imperial River running through the middle of downtown. A nearby barrier island has several beachfront parks, including Bonita Beach Park, which has sand dunes, swimming areas and a boardwalk. Nearby Barefoot Beach Preserve Park has often been named one of the best beaches in the nation. Palm trees pepper city streets, and residents are proud of their arts council, large air-conditioned flea market, wildlife preserves and Greyhound racing track. Thrty to fifty golf courses are in town or a short drive away.

The city does not have a hospital of its own, but Physicians Regional is 14 miles away in Naples and is accredited by the Joint Commission.

The climate is balmy. Summer temperatures are in the 80s and 90s, and winter temperatures are in the 50s, 60s and 70s. On average, Bonita Springs receives 53 inches of rain per year.



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