San Mirage at Bonita Springs is an oasis of tropical delight conveniently located in the heart of Bonita Springs, Florida, a city of 37,000 located between Ft. Myers - the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins and Naples, a thriving cosmopolitan metropolis on the southwest coast of The Sunshine State on the Gulf of Mexico. The gate-access complex, built in 2000, offers an array of amenities combined with the ease of condominium living. It consists of one, two and three bedroom garden-style units with stylish interiors in nine two and three-story buildings over ten tropically-landscaped acres.
Originally called The Colonnades for its plush tropical walkways, the amenities include a 77,000 gallon Olympic-sized pool and spa, and a cabana area with a poolside party pavilion. It also has a Butterfly garden, barbeque and picnic areas, a lighted tennis court, fitness salon and car care center. It is within minutes of the beautiful white sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, including Barefoot Beach, named by The Travel Channel as one of the Top Ten Beaches in United States. It is also located within a few miles of a multitude of gourmet dining experiences, and several private and public golf courses. And it is literally minutes from the 180-store Coconut Point Shopping Mall and Miromar Outlets, annually voted Best of Florida outlet mall each year since 1999.
All homeowners within the San Mirage Community are part of the San Mirage Condominium Association. The Association, through its elected board and organized committees, is responsible for maintenance of the San Mirage property and the beauty and serenity of San Mirage is protected by written standards which ensure each San Mirage homeowner that the integrity of the community will be continually maintained. The five member Board of Directors, in conjuction with its property management company, Vesta Property Services, oversee an annual operational budget for Calendar 2017 of $857,480.
San Mirage is located on Bernwood Parkway, right off US Route 41 between Bonita Beach Road and Corkscrew Road.