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The Harborage
A Place Where Fun On The Water Is Part Of Everyday Life

  www.harborage.net

The Harborage is a fresh-water lake and Gulf access community of 121 single-family homes. The centerpiece of this up-scale gated community is the two aquifer-fed lakes totaling 104 acres, 30 feet deep. Each lake has its own launch ramp, swimming raft and sandy beach. You can enjoy active sports like jet- skiing, slalom skiing, sailing, swimming or fishing (large-mouth bass, bluegills, and catfish); the quiet enjoyment of beautiful scenery; the majestic glide of a bald eagle; or the perfect sunset looking across the lakes. The Harborage offers it all in abundance, to be enjoyed 365 days a year.

 

Owners of The Harborage are assured of a beautiful and private residential community. Comprehensive deed restrictions and aesthetic controls result in a variety of well-designed homes in beautifully landscaped settings. Privately owned streets, a security gate, and a 24-hour security staff protect the privacy of the grounds and lakes.

 

The Park Road Canal, Ten Mile Canal, and Mullock Creek connect The Harborage to Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The Harborage offers the residents a private, secure boat storage area with boat launch to the canal. It's only twenty minutes to Fort Myers Beach or Lover's Key for a picnic. Or, spend a day on the Gulf or back bay for a day of salt-water fishing!

 

Recreational amenities in the Harborage include two lighted tennis courts, volleyball, basketball,

swimming pool, party room, and picnic facilities. A one-half mile path for jogging, walking and bicycles

is on the property. There are numerous golf courses, tennis and fitness clubs within a few miles.

 

The Harborage homeowners consist of a diverse mixture of families, singles, both working and retired, professionals and entrepreneurs. Most of the residents enjoy the many amenities of this beautiful community year-round.

 

The Harborage is located in South Lee County off US-41.

 

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