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Montecito – Living the Brevard Lifestyle
Being a resident of Brevard County means living the enchanted Brevard lifestyle. Flanked by shimmering lakes, a plethora of native flora and fauna along the Indian River Lagoon, the Banana River, the St. John’s River, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, Brevard had much to offer residents and guests.
On top of its natural beauty, Brevard County is home to Cape Canaveral, the homeport of cruise ships destined for worldwide ports, and the world-famous Kennedy Space Center, site of the latest space race. Brevard is filled with diverse activities and entertainment options available year-round, including sports, concerts, shows, eco-tourism, water sports, and much more. Brevard also boasts close proximity to the excitement of Orlando featuring Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, Volcano Bay, and Islands of Adventure only an hour away. Additionally, Tampa is also nearby, only a two-hour drive, and home to Busch Gardens Parks, University of South Florida, the Museum of Science and Industry.
Montecito - The Homes
The secluded, gated community of Montecito is perfectly seated in picturesque Satellite Beach on the barrier island between the Atlantic and the Indian River. Just south of the Pineda Causeway, Montecito features exquisitely landscaped lots with walkways featuring quaint lampposts and a delightful footpath that leads residents right to the beach. The homes of Montecito are spacious ranging from 1,000 to 4,000 square feet with prices starting in the $200,000 range up to the $600,000 range.
The community boasts amenities galore including an exclusive clubhouse, luxurious pool, fun playground, and a modern fitness facility. Beautiful Satellite Beach is five minutes away as are Satellite Beach Skate Park and the Erna Nixon Nature Trail. Montecito is only minutes from Cocoa Beach down the way and Viera across the bridge, and Melbourne International Airport is only 25 minutes away.
In Montecito, each home promises energy-efficient upgrades throughout with state of the art appliances, hurricane shutters, granite countertops, and sought after hardwood flooring. Some homes feature private custom pools, stunning staircases, enchanting courtyards, and inviting lakefront oases. In addition, every home features expansive master suites with ensuite baths and spacious walk-in closets.
Montecito - The Surrounding Area
Montecito is surrounded by outstanding shopping and dining, as well as exceptional entertainment, parks, and marinas. In addition, residents will find top-rated schools and state of the art healthcare. Just over the bridge on the mainland is Viera, offering up the arts – galleries to museums to ballets to symphonies. Residents will also enjoy close proximity to the Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse, the Brevard Zoo, and Space Coast Stadium (Washington Nationals’ spring training and the summer league play of the Brevard County Manatees (Milwaukee Brewers’ affiliate)). Cape Canaveral and Patrick Air Force Base are less than an hour away.
Viera Health Park is a 50-acre cutting-edge health care campus complete with the 100-bed Viera Hospital, but also the Health First Pro-Health and Fitness Center and a Medical Plaza equipped with multi-specialty physician services, diagnostic and imaging services, and urgent care facilities. On top of that, Brevard County’s schools are rated “A” and promise more than 110 education facilities.
Montecito promises residents lavish homes in a private gated community, with convenient easy access to abundant amenities and all the activities and entertainment the surrounding area has to offer. Stop by for a visit and explore the promise of calling Montecito home!
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