- Waterfront Homes
- Gulf Access
- Club House
- Tennis & Pool
Hidden Harbor is an emerging, private boating community positioned along the backwaters of Estero Bay, Florida’s first outstanding body of water to be designated as a protected Aquatic Preserve. Located off of Hwy 41 South (just south of Alico Road), Hidden Harbor is set between the communities of Estero and South Fort Myers. Distinguished as one of the last remaining waterfront sanctuaries on Florida’s west coast, Hidden Harbor encompasses a little more than fifty acres. The neighborhood is comprised by some seventy coastal estate homes priced from the $500s. The homes here are complemented with boat slips and for those who enjoy boating and fishing, a ten mile canal offers direct access to the Bay and adventures along The Gulf of Mexico.
Hidden Harbor Amenities
Residents of Hidden Harbor will enjoy exclusive access to a club house with ample space for hosting social activities and celebrations. A beach and lawn area will provide a perfect space for outdoor grilling and picnics. There will also be a fitness center and resort-style swimming pool. Additional recreational options include biking and hiking trails. For those who enjoy kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, the backwaters of Estero Bay offer both beauty and bliss. Along the journey towards The Gulf, one can observe an amazing variety of avian species which flock to Southwest Florida, as well as dolphin and the occasional rare manatee.
Location, Location, Location
For all the sense of seclusion Hidden Harbor imparts, the fact remains that it offers close proximity to many popular attractions.
Gulf beaches, golf courses, entertainment and great shopping or dining can be conveniently accessed only minutes from the community. Destinations like Gulf Coast Town Center or Coconut Point Mall offer hundreds of options in retail shops, boutiques and restaurants.
Nearby entertainment attractions include the stage plays and concerts at venues like the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center or Germain Arena. Baseball fans are only minutes from spring training baseball with the Boston Red Sox or Minnesota Twins in nearby Fort Myers. The community is also conveniently close to Interstate 75 and Southwest Florida International Airport. Location definitely ranks among the advantages of life at Hidden Harbor.
For the exceptionality of the homes, amenities and location, Hidden Harbor remains an outstanding option for buyers seeking waterfront. Yet, given the small number of available home sites, the opportunity to purchase here will not persist too long. We’re advising interested clients to act while the opportunity lasts. To see home designs, Click HERE. For more information on homes in Hidden Harbor, connect with our team by submitting the contact form at the top right of the page.