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San Remo at Palmira - Bonita Springs, Florida 34135

San Remo Bonita SpringsSan Remo at Palmira Golf and Country Club is an outstanding DiVosta homes community located in Bonita Springs, Florida.  It is adjacent to Village Walk of Bonita Springs, it's sister Divosta community.

San Remo is a gated community that hosts about 350 homes.  Of course the homes are Divosta built with quality features which include storm shutters, central vacuum and solid poured concrete walls.  San Remo is sold out, however there are resales available.  The floor plans available in San Remo are the Capri III, the Cayman, The Oakmont and the Carlyle.  Larger versions of the floor plans are available Here or can be emailed in .pdf format upon request.

The Village Center of San Remo offers a tropical, resort style pool, fitness center and serves entertainment meeting place for the community. Low fees and easy maintenance make this community a big hit with full time Bonita Springs residents and seasonal residents alike.  Lawn service is included in the low maintenance fees.  Never mow the yard again.  Also included is monitored security and touch pad/speed pass entry.

Optional, guest memberships can be purchased at the Renaissance center of Palmira on a first come, first served basis.  Availability and pricing may vary. 

It is located just east of I-75 on Bonita Beach Road.  San Remo is located only 15-20 minutes to the Bonita Beach and Barefoot Beach.  The new Southwest Florida International Airport is located approximately 25 minutes away just off of Ben Hill Griffin Parkway north of Miromar Outlet Mall.  The new Coconut Point Mall is located 20 minutes away.  It has recently opened and offers world class dining, franchise and boutique shopping. 

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The floor plans available in Village Walk are the Capri, Cayman, Oakmont and Carlyle:

Capri  Cayman

Oakmont  Carlyle

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2 commentsChris Griffith • March 30 2007 07:07AM

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Posted by Chris Griffith, Bonita Springs Fl Real Estate (Downing-Frye Realty, Bonita Springs, FL) over 7 years ago

San Remo is great, quiet, has a really upscale feel, at a really great price. My wife and I bought here in December, and we like our house (A Capri) so much, we'll retire here!

The property is nice, well-kept, and small enough that the (very capable) council can really keep up on things. The landscaping is great, the common areas are clean. We will keep our house here, because it will make a perfect retirement location. There's a lot of great commercial development that is ready to happen nearby, (not too publicized yet) and the values there will increase, for certain. We got into our Capri (with lots of options - plantation shades, built-in cabinets in living room, but no pool) for just under $300,000. It's a lot of value for such a great place with such great amenities, and NO CDD!!! (There's a $30,000 CDD fee at village of Bonita, so that's a great consideration.

There's also a lot of amenities at Palmira that are available to San Remo residents, so it's like getting the best of both worlds - country club, golf, two restaurants, and really great prices!

Plus, you can NOT beat Divosta construction - all solid poured, steel-reinforced concrete, NOT cinder block or wood construction. Best house I've had in 22 years of home ownership!

 

Posted by San Remo is really nice. almost 7 years ago

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