For the first time in the company’s 23-year history, BCB Homes is building a home on Captiva Island, just a short distance from the bridge that connects Captiva to Sanibel Island.
BCB Homes has been awarded the contract to build a luxury custom home on North Captiva, marking the first time in the company’s 23-year history that it will build a home in the Captiva Island residential market. Scott Weidle, partner and chief operating officer of BCB Homes, is heading the project.
“Since 1993 we have built and remodeled over 300 homes in cities throughout Southwest Florida and are excited to add Captiva Island to that list,” Weidle said.
The residence will have a main home and a guest house.
The two-story main home is a four-bedroom, four full-bath, two half-bath plan. The residence features a VIP suite on the first floor and the master retreat and guest bedrooms on the second floor.
The single-story guest house is a one-bedroom, 1½-bath plan.
Construction on the two buildings has begun and is scheduled to be completed later next year.
Other members of the team include the architectural firm of Stofft Cooney Architects, the interior design firm of Collins & DuPont Design Group, and landscape architects Architectural Land Design.
Based in Naples, BCB Homes has been building and remodeling custom luxury homes since 1993 in Southwest Florida’s most prestigious communities and neighborhoods. The firm’s success is grounded in continuous research and adoption of innovative building processes, methods and materials while setting new standards with their customer service.
BCB Homes’ experience profile includes luxury residences from the greater Naples area north to Lee, Charlotte, Sarasota and Manatee counties.
In addition to its newest endeavor on Captiva Island, BCB Homes also builds in Port Royal, Aqualane Shores, Bay Colony, Grey Oaks, The Estuary at Grey Oaks, Mediterra, Pelican Bay, Pine Ridge, The Moorings, Coquina Sands, Park Shore, Seagate, Marco Island, Sarasota, Manasota Key and Longboat Key.
Published in Naples Daily News, August 7, 2016. CLICK HERE to see story on NDN website.