- Walking Path
Pine Ridge is a jewel of a community. Pine Ridge of Fort Myers Village is tucked away, not located on a major thoroughfare and that makes it very discreet and thus very appealing. A long tree-lined approach sets the stage for the residents and their lucky guests to enjoy this park-like neighborhood.
Once inside the community there are a variety of home styles to choose from. From multi-unit 2 and 3 story condo buildings to attached or detached villas, there is something for everyone. Some villas include 1 car garages.
Pine Ridge of Fort Myers has beautifully maintained mature landscaping and plenty of green space. The community also has a nature preserve and a 20 acre lake where you can catch-and-release all the bass, blue gill, gar and carp you can! Among the many opportunities for enjoyment for residents and guests is a lighted .9 mile paved path around the lake with benches along the way.
Pine Ridge of Fort Myers Village is for those who are 55 and “better” and so the community offers plenty of activity including a heated pool and spa, clubhouse, lighted tennis courts, shuffleboard, bocce ball court.
How you choose to get around this social and active community is up to you! Golf cart, bike, walk or drive.
Pine Ridge has a modest quarterly HOA fee that covers everything you see here as well as bike racks, a car wash area, plenty of guest parking, an ON-SITE MANAGER!, water, sewer, basic cable, landscaping maintenance, exterior maintenance and even more. Click this link to the Homeowners Association site to learn even more.
Pine Ridge of Fort Myers Village is located midway between the Charlotte County Airport in Punta Gorda and the RSW International Airport in Fort Myers. It is also convenient to I75. Just a brief drive will get you to Manatee Park, aptly named because the Manatees congregate there in the winter. There are many parks and conservation areas in the area of Lee County where Pine Ridge is located. Shopping, banking, library and dining options are quite close. About 7 miles will get you to historic downtown for restaurants and entertainment and the winter homes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.