Low Fees + Lely Club Optional + Pool + 2 Car Garage + Best long Water Over Golf Course Views in Mustang Villas! Come and see the beautiful tropical landscaping and outstanding long water and golf course views and very low fees set this single family paired villa apart. This villa has a large screened entry and lanai to let in the tropical breeze... and you are sure to love your full size private pool and the great views of both the manicured golf course and multiple long lake views. Owning your Mustang Villas home has benefits such as availability to join the Lely Club & Spa (Not Required) and low maintenance fees. You are sure to love the lush tropical setting and available amenities within Lely luxury golf resort in which Mustang Villas resides. You will have lower annual dues and fees because the CDD is paid off and HOA fees are very low for the entire year (and includes an annual power washing of the Tile roofs). Recently updated Trane A/C, Granite in Kitchen and Bathrooms, and great storage in the garage.
Par 72 / 6,022 metres playing off green. Designed by Lee Trevino and opened in 1998, the Mustang course at the Lely Golf Resort reflects the philosophy of its architect, that a course should be fair yet challenging for all golfers. The layout demands good course management and accurate stroke play from players. Drives must be long and precise and land on the fairways; however the forgiving nature of the course always allows the opportunity to make amending strokes. In total there are 12 lakes and water hazards that come into play, however Trevino has created plenty of generous fairways with fair approaches to the greens. The Mustang course clubhouse and pro shop are well equipped. There are also practice facilities, including a driving range, putting and chipping greens, and a practice bunker.
Par 72 / 5,510 metres playing off green. The Classics course at the Lely Resort is an 18-hole championship course designed by Gary Player opened in 1991. The course is located amongst sub-tropical vegetation with well-maintained fairways and lightly undulating greens. Water comes into play on 15 of the 18 holes and the course's signature hole, the 18th, requires a very precise stroke to a very narrow landing area, before another precise stroke over the water to the small green, which is heavily protected by bunkers. In The Classics, Gary Player has created a masterpiece of a course for amateur golfers. His design reflects his philosophy that golfers should have a chance at a par after a certain number of strokes. This golf course demands planning and strategy from players if they wish to return to the clubhouse with a good score. The course also has an excellent clubhouse with pro shop, locker rooms, a fitness centre and a massage parlour. There is also a restaurant and bar, driving ra
Par 72 / 5,874 metres playing off green. This course was created by the old master himself, Robert Trent Jones Sr., who was one of the most distinguished and innovative golf course designers of them all. He described the Flamingo Island course at the Lely Golf Resort as one of the best public golf courses that he ever designed. The Flamingo Island course is characterised by extensive landscaping and beautiful surroundings. The strategic use of water hazards on eleven holes and the four different tee boxes make the course interesting for golfers of all abilities. The fairways are lined by trees and the greens are quick and undulating. The signature hole, the fifth, is a 180 metre par 3 requiring a precise stroke to the island green. The Flamingo Island course clubhouse and pro shop are well equipped. There are also practice facilities, including a driving range, putting and chipping greens, and a practice bunker.