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  VERONA at MEDITERRA Information
Built in the late 2000s to present, Verona at Mediterra is located approximately 7-miles northeast of the shopping and restaurants at the Mercato Shopping Center and approximately 5-miles east of Bonita Beach. Verona is a non-gated community within Mediterra comprised of luxury estates on a cul-de-sac with attached garages, pavered driveways, private pools, underground utilities, concrete block construction, screened patios, Spanish tile roofs with preserve and golf course views.
Broker Notes
  • Various memberships are available to Mediterra's country club, golf, tennis, pool, fitness center, dining, beach facilities, and other amenities.
  • Verona is a natural gas community
  • There are approximately 31-lots in Verona
  • Concrete block construction
  • Underground utilities
  • Screened patios
  • High ceilings, crown molding and marble floors
  • Granite countertops
  • Spacious bathrooms
  • Upgraded wood cabinetry
Amenities and Features
  • Private Pools
  • Preserve Views
  • Underground Utilities
  • Walking Paths
  • Lush Landscaping
Pet Policy
  • Owners are allowed to keep a reasonable amount of small domesticated pets including birds, fish, cats and dogs.
  • Four legged pets must be leashed or carried under the owner's arm at all times while on the common areas.
  • Each pet owner shall be responsible for the immediate removal and disposal of their pet's excrement.
  • No reptiles, monkeys, amphibians or poultry may be kept in the unit.
  • See Use Restrictions for details.
Leasing / Rental Restrictions
  • A unit owner may lease their unit up to 2 times during any 1 calendar year.
  • No lease shall be for a period of less than 30 days.
  • No lease may be for a period of more than 1 year.
  • The board may, in its discretion, approve the same lease from year to year.
  • No subleasing or assignment of lease rights by the lessee is allowed.
  • See Use Restrictions for details.
  • There is no age restriction for occupants of units.
  • Minors under the age of 18 shall be closely supervised at all times by an adult.
  • Guests may occupy the unit with limitations (when the owner is present).
  • Family and Non-family guests may occupy the unit with limitations (when the owner is not present).
  • There are restrictions as to the number of guests allowed to occupy the unit.
  • See Use Restrictions for details.
What are the Benefits of a Spanish Tile Roof?
One of the advantages of a Spanish Tile roof is that due to its absorbent properties it keeps the temperatures in the home warm during the winter and cool during the summer. Another benefit is that Spanish Tile Roofs are fire-resistant and require very little maintenance. The lifetime of a Spanish Tile roof can last over 50-years.

What are Cathedral Ceilings?
A cathedral ceiling is a ceiling that has a center point higher than the wall that meets symmetrically at the highest overhead point. This is the most common type of ceiling if you are looking for openness in your living space. Cathedral Ceilings are also known to increase the overall perception of room size.

What are Coffered Ceilings?
A Coffered Ceiling is a group of sunken panels in the shape of squares, rectangles, or octagons indented in a ceiling. Coffered Ceilings are used decoratively and are sometimes used to disguise where a beam or brace would be structurally necessary and the others are built around it for symmetry reasons.
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Verona neighborhood
Verona Entrance
MEDITERRA clubhouse and golf club
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MEDITERRA 24 hour manned gated entrance
MEDITERRA 24 hour manned gated entrance
MEDITERRA clubhouse
MEDITERRA clubhouse
MEDITERRA tennis courts
MEDITERRA coliseum tennis court
MEDITERRA bocci ball at the clubhouse
MEDITERRA fountain between the clubhouse and the golf club
MEDITERRA golf club
MEDITERRA golf club
MEDITERRA view from the golf club
MEDITERRA sun dial
MEDITERRA sun dial
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MEDITERRA play park
MEDITERRA play park
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MEDITERRA play park
MEDITERRA beach club on the Gulf of Mexico
MEDITERRA Beach Access (north)
MEDITERRA Beach Access (south)

  MEDITERRA Information
Built in the early 2000s to present, Mediterra is located on the north boarder of Collier County and approximately 5-miles east of Bonita Beach. Driving to Mediterra from the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) takes approximately 25-minutes and driving to Fort Lauderdale takes approximately 95-minutes using "Alligator Alley". Mediterra is a 24-hour guard gated community. Members have a pass key gated entrance with metal swing gates. Comprised of thirty two sub-communities, Mediterra has multiple floor plans and architectural styles. There are multiple sub-communities with their own pool and cabana. All communities have use of Mediterra's community pool and clubhouse. Mediterra has amenities such as Golf, Tennis, Pool, Fitness Center, Dining, Walking Paths, Beach Access and a Clubhouse. Please see below for further information and links to Mediterra and its sub-communities.
Property and Home Style(s)
  • Mediterra sits atop approximately 1,700 acres of land in which 1,000 of those acres have been designated for lakes, parks and preserves.
  • Mediterra has over 50-Lakes.
  • At full development, there will be 950 residences in Mediterra.
  • Mediterra offers the following residential home styles: luxury villas, coach homes, single family and custom estate homes.
  • Individuals purchasing homesites in Mediterra may choose from the following participating custom home builders: BCB Homes, Inc., Bordeaux Homes by Vision Builders, Inc.; Frey & Son, Inc., Harbourside Custom Homes, Kingon Homes, R & D Companies, Inc., Kingon Homes, Harwick Homes, Taylor Morrison and London Bay.
Broker Notes
  • Mediterra has 3 types of memberships: social, sports and golf. The social membership is mandatory for residents regardless of the other memberships they may belong to. The social membership gives you access to the restaurant and the Mediterra Beach Club.
  • The Coach Homes have 2-units up and 2-units down with a shared elevator.
  • The Villas are generally on smaller lots and the lawns and pools are taken care of through the HOA.
  • The Single Family Homes and Estate Homes take care of their own lawns and pools.
  • Sidewalks, bicycling and walking paths
  • Underground Utilities
  • Low Density Area
  • The main pool has a spacious sundeck with pool furnishings and good sun exposure.
  • The Mediterra Clubhouse is a central meeting place that includes Golf Pro Shop, Tennis Pro Shop, Fitness Center, Dining, Banquet Facilities, Pool, Club Events and Meetings.
  • The Club's Dress Code applies to all areas of the Clubhouse. Swim attire, cut-offs, flip flops and shirts without a collar are not allowed in the Mediterra's clubhouse. Gentleman must remove their caps.
  • The Mediterra clubhouse is 25,000 square feet in size and is constantly adding amenities and size.
  • The Beach Club at Mediterra is a 10,000 square foot facility that offers members a second floor swimming pool overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. There is a full service bar, dinning, sundeck and full beach services (chairs and umbrellas).
  • The Mediterra Club has a main dining room for members and guests of members. The dinner menu is often updated with the latest fare. The main dining room is also used for special events such as holiday gatherings, parties, annual golf tournaments and events.
  • The Mediterra Grill provides a gathering place for mid-day sandwiches and after game drinks. The menu changes regularly, providing seasonal variations. The bar overlooks the golf course and provides a diverse selection of beer, wine and spirits.
  • The Mediterra Grill and Lounge has indoor seating and outdoor terrace seating.
  • There is casual indoor and outdoor dining at the Mediterra Beach Club. Great Sunday brunch with grill chefs making your custom ordered omelet.
  • There are two 18 hole, Tom Fazio designed golf courses that provide a variety of competitive levels.
  • Mediterra's golf club membership is restricted to a total of 225 members per 18 holes of golf.
  • The Pro Shop offers the latest in Golf Apparel and accessories, hosts demo events, club fitting, re-gripping, spike replacement plus a summer reciprocal program.
  • There is a driving range, practice green and PGA accredited staff/pro to help with swing instruction and golf course management.
  • GPS Equipped Golf Carts
  • Mediterra has seven Har-Tru tennis courts with plenty of tennis activity for players of all skill levels.
  • Accredited Tennis Pros and the use of the automatic tennis ball machines are available to help improve your skills.
  • The tennis courts are lit for evening play.
  • The tennis courts have green windscreens to provide a solid background for optimum vision and playability.
  • Grand Stand Seating at Center Court
  • Large outdoor heated pool with pavered pool deck and spa.
  • Shallow area for children's play.
  • Pool has lounge chairs and tables.
  • There is an additional pool on the second floor of the Beach Club that overlooks the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Some sub-communities have an additional pool in their neighborhood communities that are solely for the use of the association owners and their guests.
  • All sub-communities are allowed to use Mediterra's community pool and clubhouse.
  • The Fitness Center is located in the main clubhouse with accredited trainers for one-on-one instruction.
  • The Fitness Center has state-of-the-art fitness equipment, including cardiovascular, strength machines, free weights and a designated stretching area.
  • Within the facility are men's and women's locker rooms with showers.
  • Yoga and Pilates classes are held in the spacious group exercise studio.
  • Water aerobics classes take place in the main community pool.
  • The Day Spa offers an array services to help achieve a balanced mind and body. Various styles of massages and facial treatments are available to members and their guests.
Private Beach Access
  • The 10,000 square foot Beach Club on Bonita Beach is just a 7-mile drive from the front gates of Mediterra and offers members a second floor swimming pool overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. There is a full service bar, dinning, sundeck and full beach services available to members (chairs and umbrellas).
Public Beach Access
  • Barefoot Beach is just 5-miles away. This beach is 8,200 feet long and is located in a 342 acre park. The beach entrance is located coast side, south of Bonita Beach Road on Barefoot Beach Boulevard. Barefoot Beach has 136 parking spaces and Barefoot Beach Preserve Park has a 356 parking spaces. There is a one-mile nature trail, showers, picnic area and a concession stand where equipment may be rented and food and drink may be purchase. The preserve also offers handicapped beach wheelchair access. Dr. Beach rated Barefoot Beach number 6th in the country in 2013 noting "The surf is gentle with waves generally being measured in inches, and the water is very shallow, making this a great beach for bathing and swimming for families. The sand is fine and contains many small shells."
Amenities & Activities
  • Mediterra has a wide variety of social activities, clubs and events for its members and residents. Member Clubs provide a time and place to join others in a favorite skill or hobby. Club Events and Amenities include:
  • Annual Balls and Holiday Events
  • Beach Events
  • Cocktail Parties
  • Community BBQ's
  • Wine Tastings
  • Guest Speakers
  • Cards/Poker/Bridge
  • Dancing
  • Yoga
  • Field Trips
  • Mediterra has 3 types of memberships: social, sports and golf. The social membership is mandatory for residents regardless of the other memberships they may belong to. The social membership gives you access to the restaurant and the Mediterra Beach Club.
  • The golf membership is non refundable to join. You will have access to all of Mediterra's golfing and amenities.
  • The difference between the Sports Membership and the Golf Membership is that there is a restricted amount of golf play November 1st and April 30th for Sports Members.
  • The golf and sports memberships are non-transferrable, meaning the person(s) who buy your home will have to join the Sports or Golf clubs independently.
Community Website
Mediterra named among America's Healthiest Clubs (article)
Club & Resort Business Magazine (article)
What is a Bundled Golf Community?
In a Bundled Golf Community each resident financially supports the community golf courses maintenance and operations. When you purchase a home in a Bundled Golf Community, the cost of course membership is included (bundled together). If you are an avid golfer, the benefit of Bundled Golf is an affordable golf membership. There are no initiation fees since every homeowner in the community is paying for the course and the fees are more spread out. The downside of bundled golf is that if you do not play golf you are subsidizing a course that you are not using. There may also be a "Transfer Fee" when exchanging ownership. That being said there are often other amenities at the course such as clubhouse, pool and tennis that you may enjoy. One other bonus of bundled golf is that your bundled golf membership can be transferred to seasonal renters of your condo, villa or single family home.

What is an Equity Golf Community?
Equity golf memberships are not included with the sale of the house in a community with a golf course. Although there are homes built on the course and there is a clubhouse and other amenities, membership can be purchased separate from the home purchase and club membership is not mandatory. Various memberships are often offered from dinning, fitness to full golf privileges. Residents who want to become members must pay an initiation fee along with annual dues associated with your membership. An Equity membership allows you to share ownership of the course (sort of like a partnership). Ownership could also mean that you and the other owners may be responsible for assessments that might arise if he club becomes financially needy. If you move or decide to leave the club, you may sell your ownership (equity) to somebody else (depending on the refund ability clauses within the club rules and contracts). You should always check the governing documents within the community for details before purchasing or selling a membership.

What is a Non-Equity Golf Community?
Like an equity course, homes, condos and villas surround the course and memberships are available to homeowners. Unlike an equity course, membership does not mean ownership. The course is owned by a corporation and is a for profit business. Your initiation fee and annual dues are not refundable and memberships are not available for transfer. The board of governors is still made up of members, but you'll also see the clubs General Manager and Department Managers at their meetings (the latter being hired by the corporation that owns the club). The benefit of a non-equity membership is that membership is not mandatory to homeowners and if the club falls into a financial hardship you cannot be assessed.

What is Deeded Beach Access?
Deeded Beach Access means that a deed (agreement) specifically grants the public beach access via a right of way or a dedicated walkway between 2-shoreline properties. Deeded Beach Access is a nice amenity for those who own properties across the street from a developed shoreline allowing them beach access without passing through private property.
Mediterra Beach Club

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Bylaws were derived from the county website. Amendments to the bylaws for Naples are currently not present after Jan 1. 2013.

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