- Non-Gated Community
- Single Family Homes, Villas and Low-Rise Condominiums
- Public Golf Course with Option for Membership
- Located on Sanibel Island Near the Causeway
- Tennis, Golf, and Restaurant
- Active Social Calendar
- Popular Wedding Venue
- Low Homeowner’s Association (HOA) Fees
THE DUNES AT SANIBEL ISLAND
“Enjoy living on a golf course on the island… without paying the bundled fees!”
The Dunes at Sanibel Island is a golf and tennis community on Sanibel Island with an award-winning golf course. It is accessed off Periwinkle Way (one of the main roads that runs through the island) close to the causeway access road so it’s very convenient to in and out of The Dunes.
The Dunes at Sanibel Island has a total of 377 homes including low-rise condominium units, attached villas and single family homes. Most homes have a view of the award-winning golf course which was designed by PGA Tour Winner Mark McCumber. The golf course is surrounded by a wildlife preserve, sanctioned by the Audubon Society. It is home to several species of native and rare birds.
The Dunes at Sanibel Island has 7 Har-Tru tennis courts with a tennis pro and teaching academy. Memberships are available for a full year or 30-day term and can be suited to your lifestyle. There are options available for full club membership for golfing, tennis, and hybrid “sport” memberships as well as social-only and corporate memberships.
The clubhouse is a popular meeting spot for residents and the community has an active calendar of events. Non-residents are welcome to explore the club lifestyle and dine in the restaurant which offers a wonderful Sunday brunch among other events and mealtimes.
For more information about The Dunes at Sanibel Island or any other community, contact us at Stacey@TeamStacey.com.
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