918 Sq. Ft.
1 Car Garage
Gardens of Gulf Cove, a y Deed Restricted community established in the early 1970's consisting of 987 single family home sites. We have two community centers - our Club House and Recreation Center - each with a pool and multiple amenities for our residents and their personal guests only.
Club House at 6464 Coniston St is the welcome center / management office. Here we host meetings and welcome new and existing residents. The expansive Club House building accommodates many activities. We have Low-impact Aerobics exercise, Chair yoga and Line dancing. This past year we had a multitude of themed Game Nights, Potlucks, Thanksgiving Dinner, a Bake & Craft Sale and New Year's Eve party! The Gardens Social Gatherings Committee and other clubs host activities and events all year long! The Club House facility is available to our residents for bridal/baby showers, wedding receptions, birthdays, graduations and anniversary parties for an affordable fee. Renting our community Club House does not include the use of Swimming pool facilities as our community members are put first and pool restrictions are limited.
Recreation Center at 6615 Coliseum Blvd is home to our expansive heated Pool and deck with plenty of open space and covered areas. Inside we offer Billiards, Ping Pong, Air Hockey, Game/Card Tables and Fitness/Exercise Equipment. The library has books and puzzles to borrow, tables to sit at with wi-fi access. Outside you'll find our Shuffleboard courts, Tennis courts (open to Pickle ball), Basketball, Horseshoe's, as well as Bocce play during "season".
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