Greenbrier is a condominium complex located in the heart of Bonita Bay Florida. Nestled on the edge of the nature preserve and bordered by the golf course and man-made lakes, Greenbrier makes an ideal location for those looking for a low maintenance lifestyle.
- Golf Course
- Tennis Courts
- Boating and Dock Access
- Private Beach
- Picnic Areas
- Biking and Jogging Path
- Swimming Pool and Spa
- Game and Recreational Facilities
Greenbrier condominiums are priced from $200,000 to about $400,000 and were built between 1989 and 1994. This collection of two and three bedroom floor plans offers square footage from 1200 to 2000 ft.² of living space. Each unit is unique and several homes in Greenbrier feature an attached Villa townhome style with two car garage, custom luxuries, and private driveway.
The homes in Greenbrier are all detailed out a little bit differently but still require the annual master homeowners fees of $2133 with quarterly fees between $1500 and $2500. These quarterly fees include insurance, irrigation and water, optional pest-control and lawn or landscape maintenance.
Residents of Greenbrier enjoy all the amenities of Bonita Bay including dozens of biking and jogging pathways, access to the five golf courses, the community pool, clubhouse and hot tub, access to the beach and Marina as well is boating and tennis capabilities.
These are unique condominiums that are not the cookie-cutter style you’re used to within Bonita Bay. If you’re looking for something unique, would like to be in the heart of Bonita Bay with easy access to all the amenities yet of looking for the low maintenance lifestyle, consider Greenbrier is your next home purchase.
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