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Beyond the Price, What’s It Going to Cost?

Category : Lifestyle , Uncategorized

Anyone who has been to The Colony knows we have some of the finest views of the gulf, bay, and golf course. A simple “GPS” log will reveal The Colony’s convenient location to shopping, movies, dining, and airport.
Chances are that people who decide to move to The Colony were originally smitten by the unique array of amenities offered.

Water taxi leaving for our beach park

 Our water taxi transports folks to and from our private beach park on the half hour.  The tennis program, lead by both a Women’s and a Men’s pro, keeps the 12 tennis courts busy with all levels of play.  Our canoe/kayak and sailing vessels come to the resident as a compliment and give a convenient incentive to our homeowners to get out and enjoy the waterways.  The Colony’s near perfect landscape and lighted water fountains lend a certain sophistication to the whole topography of our perfect little piece of paradise.  The security systems and privacy features help residents feel confident they are safe.  We are a gated community and maintain roving security 24 hours a day, seven days a week.   Colony residents have private membership at the waterfront dining facility, The Bay Club. 

Tennis at Pelican  Landing

 Naturally, this all comes at a cost.
Every resident, regardless of where they live in The Colony, is required to pay  $3963 for the privilege to use aforementioned amenities and services. On an annual basis each Colony residence will receive an invoice broken down as follows: $1751 for the Pelican Landing Community Association, $712 for The Colony Foundation and $1500 for Bay Club dues.

My experience shows that inquiring prospects focus strictly on the price of the residence without realizing that all of this is a part of living at The Colony and is, frankly, a mandatory obligation.  
Please feel free to respond with your questions.

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