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You’re going to love living in WildBlue

WildBlue is located in Estero, FL in a parcel that extends between Alico Road and Corkscrew Road, just to the east of Miromar Lakes and FGCU. WildBlue is found on Corkscrew Road opposite The Preserve at Corkscrew, Bella Terra and Corkscrew Shores.

Location & Education

WildBlue is less than 20 minutes to top-rated Florida Gulf Coast University. WildBlue is also zoned for Pinewoods Elementary, Three Oaks Middle, Estero and Bonita High Schools. These schools receive the top "A" and "B" rating for public schools.

Shopping

On the hunt for world class retail shopping? The search ends in Fort Myers/Estero. Coconut Point Mall boasts 140 stores and upscale dining options including Ruth Chris Steakhouse and South Fork Grille.

Bell Tower Shops houses well-known retailers and boutique shops. Still can't find what you are looking for? Check out Gulf Coast Town Center or Miramar Outlets. We have what you need.

Sporting Events

Sports fans also find their home in WildBlue. Jet Blue Park at Fenway South hosts the Boston Red Sox. Century Link Sports Complex is springtime home to the Minnesota Twins. Hockey enthusiast? Check out the Florida Everblades at the Germain Arena.

Entertainment

Estero residents can catch a show at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall (recent guests include Dane Cook, Fleetwood Mac, and Deepak Chopra). Germain Arena hosts Fort Myers resident hockey team, the Everblades. Attend a show at Artis Naples, the home of Naples philharmonic orchestra, go to Suncoast Credit Union Arena at Southwestern State College. Make it a night at Palm Dinner Theatre, or see professional actors perform at Florida Repertory Theater.

World-Class Beaches

Come see what Florida is all about. Estero locals enjoy uninterrupted stretches of coast-line with crystal clear blue water and white sand beaches. Take a vacation from your vacation-esque lifestyle at Sanibel and Captive Islands; unwind at Fort Myers beach; reconnect with your special someone at Lover's Key; and sink your toes in the sand at Barefoot Beach. There is no limit to the beaches you have access to, but there is a limit to how many we can list.

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