Spring Run was incorporated in 1998 under the laws of the State of Florida. Located in Estero, it was one of the fastest selling private golf club communities in the United States from 1999 through 2002 when the community sold out, more than two years ahead of schedule. There are four types of housing units at Spring Run: low-rise condominiums, low rise coach homes, attached villas, and detached villas (single family homes). Original sale prices ranged from $120,000 for the smallest units to over $300,000 for the largest. Resales at Spring Run are providing sellers with ample returns on their investment. As a private bundled community, i.e. a community that includes the golf membership in the purchase price of each home, Spring Run stands to maintain its excellent value for years to come. Amenities include an 18-hole golf course designed by Gordy Lewis, four lighted tennis courts, a beautifully designed community clubhouse consisting of a Pro Shop, Dining Room/Lounge, fitness facility, and a heated swimming pool/spa with cabana.
The Spring Run Golf Club Community Association, Inc., as a planned golf and tennis community in southwest Florida, consists of a master community association with 10 neighborhoods consisting of 20 neighborhood associations. The master association is charged with managing the overall affairs of Spring Run, including operating and maintaining the golf course, clubhouse, tennis facility, and common area. The master association is overseen by a seven member Board of Directors that operates through nine committees: Architectural Review & Compliance, External Affairs, Finance & Administration, House, Golf, Greens & Common Area, Long Range Planning, Short Range Planning, and Tennis. Each committee is chaired by a member of the Board of Directors. The committees recommend policies, procedures, and actions to the Board of Directors which acts as the final authority in all matters.
Each of the 20 neighborhood associations of Spring Run has a board of directors and operates as a homeowners' or condominium association depending upon the type of housing unit in a particular neighborhood. The Neighbrorhood Representatives are responsible for providing timely and accurate information to the 847 unit owners of Spring Run, as well as for gathering and presenting information and recommendations from the neighborhoods to the Spring Run Board of Directors.