In the Caribbean, Bonaire is often described as being one of the prettiest island nations; in Longboat Key, Bonaire is an aptly named residential enclave that happens to be one of the prettiest neighborhoods in the barrier island. Bonaire was originally platted for development in 2014; it used to be a pine forest patch that doubled as unofficial access to the beach, but is now a gated community with splendid beachfront homes and exclusive access to the white sandy beach.
With just nine single-family residences, Bonaire is one of the most exclusive new communities in Longboat Key. The half-acre lots are merely steps away from the beach, and even those that are located closer to the road enjoy views of the Gulf of Mexico because of the way the structures are arranged. The real estate offerings in this neighborhood are all spectacular; their architectural style is a nice mix of American Coastal and Caribbean designs, and they feature at least 3,400 square feet under air conditioning.
The space occupied by Bonaire was the last section of beachfront land zoned for residential development in Longboat Key, and the developers have made sure that this project lives up to the expectations of home buyers who are looking for coastal luxury. As of 2019, seven estates have been completed and only two lots are pending development; the first two listings are for a palatial six-bedroom home with an equal number of bathrooms right in front of the beach and another with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
All homes in this community have extras such as Sub-Zero refrigerators, Miele stoves, Corian countertops, private swimming pools with spa, covered lanais, rooftop decks to enjoy views of the ocean, overlay doors in the garage, carport adjacent to the two-car garage, hurricane-proof construction including Pacific Sierra impact windows, modern HVAC system with smart thermostat, hardwood floors, crown molding, wine chiller unit in the kitchen, and more.
Bonaire is located just north of the center of Longboat Key, which means that residents are just a short drive away from the Shoppes of Bay Isles, where you can find a Greenwise Publix, a CVS drugstore, and a Bank of America near Bicentennial Park. For even more shopping, St. Armands Circle is less than five minutes away, and driving to Downtown Sarasota takes less than 15 minutes.
Homes for Sale at Bonaire in Longboat Key
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