The area north of Pine Island Road and West of Burnt Store Road is a wonderful Gulf Access community of waterfront and off-water single family homes, condominiums, and gated communities.
It's vicinity to Pine Island and Matlacha Pass make it a true nature lovers dream; yet offers all the amenities of shopping, restaurants, art galleries, and every comfort of living in Paradise.
With Punta Gorda just north, the NW area provides access to Route 75 running north to the Georgia border and south to Miami.
If you are looking for a place to call home, this is it.
Our neighbors may be full time residents or seasonal snowbirds, but they have one thing in common...the love of this beautiful place we call home.
There is always some thing to get involved in, whether it is participating in the local civic association, clean-up day, boating or kayaking clubs, or other community events.
New neighbors are always greeted with big smiles and usually invited to someone's ‘Manatee Watching' party.
Get involved or be laid back and enjoy all the splendors the NW area brings.
Nature, fishing, boating, boating, fishing, nature.......if you are lucky enough to own a gulf access home you can walk into your back yard and boat to some of the best fishing grounds in the world. Or maybe beaching and shelling is your thing....well wait until you see the fabulous secret islands just waiting for you off the NW area. Not on gulf access? That's okay...a community boat ramp is located conveniently off Burnt Store Road. Or better yet.....find a friend with a boat.
Golfers, we've got you covered....Coral Oaks Golf Course, which is just on the other side of Burnt Store Road, offers an 18-hole, championship course. There are 8 lakes and 37 bunkers which makes it fun and challenging for golfers of all skill levels.
And don't forget Royal Tee Golf Club--the largest semi-private golf club in Southwest Florida. Featuring 27 championship holes, the course includes more than 50 acres of freshwater lakes, a driving range, two practice greens and four sets of tees.
While the guys are out fishing there is plenty to do......the shops and galleries on Matlacha will keep you intrigued for hours with a unique shopping experience.
There are restaurants for everyone's taste and more are popping up every where....just within a few miles you can find a place to dine on the water and watch the dolphins play or you can find a national chain with a familiar name.