Top 3 Things Pelican Bay Home Buyers Should Know

January 20, 2022
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Tucked away on the southwest Gulf Coast is one of the most remarkable places to live in Florida. In Pelican Bay, residents enjoy three miles of private beaches with gleaming white sand and a wide array of luxurious amenities. Pelican Bay is worth your consideration. With its enviable year-round tropical weather, no personal income tax, and the opportunity for a healthy, active lifestyle, living here is a true privilege. While life in Pelican Bay comes with a lot of perks, potential buyers should be aware of what does (and doesn’t) come with their new home.

Property in Pelican Bay


Southwestern Florida real estate is available in this prestigious planned community which was developed along the Paradise Coast. The area has a population of about 6,300 living in gated and non-gated developments surrounded by the beach, Club Pelican Bay golf course, and lush tropical landscaping. Pelican Bay has a variety of real estate opportunities, including single-family homes, villas, and condominiums in low rise, mid rise, and high rise styles.

Pelican Bay is an ideal location complemented by luxurious amenities, and it comes at a premium. But talk with anyone local, and you’ll find that purchasing Pelican Bay real estate is an investment in a lifestyle you love.

Popular Features of Pelican Bay


Pelican Bay Beaches


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There are few developments with their own private beach, making Pelican Bay stand apart from similar communities.

Living in Pelican Bay and being near the private beaches is like a never-ending vacation. The three-mile stretch of sparkling white sand is open from 9 AM to sunset every day, and staff is available to set up cabanas, beach chairs, umbrellas, and assist with equipment such as kayaks and sailboats. This high level of service is all part of your annual HOA fee to the Pelican Bay Foundation.

There are two designated beaches, North Beach and South Beach, and visitors can enjoy a full-service experience at either one. Besides swimming, sunbathing, boating, and kayaking, beachgoers also have access to indoor and outdoor dining at either Marker 36 at North Beach or the Sandbar at South Beach.The beach amenities also include showers and numerous fitness classes. In order to avoid disturbing the adjoining mangrove forest, the beaches are accessible only by tram and by boardwalks on the north and south sides.


Club Pelican Bay Golf Course


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Located in the middle of the Pelican Bay community, this championship course offers great golfing for full-time residents and snowbirds who are able to secure a membership.

Club Pelican Bay offers three nine-hole layouts designed by Arthur Hills. The designer took advantage of the natural terrain to include lakes, ponds, and plenty of trees to craft a challenging but thoroughly enjoyable golfing experience. After a full day on the links, golfers can head to the clubhouse and recount their day over dinner with family and friends. The club also offers instruction for golfers of all levels and has a relaxing spa on the grounds.

While there’s much to love about this club, it’s important to note that Club Pelican Bay is a membership-only facility with a long waitlist, so simply purchasing Pelican Bay real estate is not enough to grant you access here.


Community Center


Besides golfing and the beach, residents have several more activities at their fingertips. The hub for many of these is located at Pelican Bay Community Center, a 25,000 square-foot complex on the north side of Pelican Bay.

The Community Center is loaded with amenities for all ages. Locals can flex their creative muscles in the art studio, enjoy staying connected and getting some work done in the comfortable computer lounge, or exercise at the center’s expansive fitness studio and wellness center. Plans to add a pickleball court are also in progress. There is plenty of meeting space, and the community center also hosts many social events such as bridge, mixers, dinners, and movie nights.

Pelican Bay is one of the most active tennis communities in Southwest Florida, and one of the two main tennis facilities is located at the Community Center. The North Tennis Center features eight lighted tennis courts and a pro shop, which offers gear, clinics, and round robin events. 

Why you should work with an experienced agent



If you’re serious about buying, one of the best things you can do is hire a professional real estate agent who can guide you to even the most exclusive of listings. Partnering with them, you’ll be able to specify what you want in Pelican Bay Naples real estate. Your search will be heavily influenced by the lifestyle you’re hoping to lead, your family size, how close you want to be to certain amenities, whether you prefer a high rise with stunning views versus a villa with a luxurious backyard, etc.

This coastal community has a small inventory of properties on the market, so your agent will be vital in helping you find what you want and make a competitive offer before properties are snapped up by another eager buyer.

Ready to buy Southwestern Florida real estate?


If you are interested in learning more about Pelican Bay homes for sale, contact Pelican Bay resident Kelly Hammons. Her personal knowledge of the area, coupled with her tireless work ethic and deep commitment to her clients, will ensure a seamless and profitable experience.




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