SPECIAL ADVERTISING CONTENT: NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE WEEK — Summer sanctuary at the Parkside Bungalows on Lake Pend Oreille

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  • Photos courtesy of DOVER BAY DEVELOPMENT The Parkside Bungalows neighborhood is part of Dover Bay’s gorgeous array of parks, beaches, waterways and walking trails.

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    The Parkside Bungalows neighborhood at Dover Bay includes access to a private inlet for non-motorized craft use.

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    Inside a Parkside Bungalow at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community on Lake Pend Oreille.

  • Photos courtesy of DOVER BAY DEVELOPMENT The Parkside Bungalows neighborhood is part of Dover Bay’s gorgeous array of parks, beaches, waterways and walking trails.

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    The Parkside Bungalows neighborhood at Dover Bay includes access to a private inlet for non-motorized craft use.

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    Inside a Parkside Bungalow at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community on Lake Pend Oreille.

Paddle along a gorgeous and peaceful lake inlet with North Idaho’s majestic mountains as a backdrop. That’s an everyday option for residents of the Parkside Bungalows neighborhood on Lake Pend Oreille.

As a part of the Dover Bay Waterfront Community, the Parkside Bungalows provides a resort-like lifestyle year-round, with acres of parks and beaches, miles of hiking and biking trails and access to numerous amenities at Dover Bay’s Marina Village.

The Parkside Bungalows sit near its own private inlet that feeds into Lake Pend Oreille, and residents have exclusive access to canoe, kayak and paddleboard this picturesque waterway.

Just six properties are available in the current phase at Parkside. Buyers can start building immediately, with several floor plans available in one, two or three-bedroom configurations. Prices range from $225,000 to $324,900, depending on the floor plan, and buyers can select their own finishes throughout the home.

Homes come with landscaping and sprinkler system, gas fireplaces, premium appliances and gas forced air heating and air conditioning. The neighborhood is touted as extremely low-maintenance, with landscaping services, snow removal, window washing, water and sewer services all included in its HOA dues.

Interested buyers should consider making a move soon, as activity at the Parkside Bungalows and the Dover Bay Community at large continues to be strong.

Parkside Bungalows can serve as full-time or seasonal residences, and owners can also utilize the property as a long-term or vacation rental. For those looking to get a taste of the lifestyle, there are nearby Parkside Bungalow vacation rentals managed by Dover Bay Development that are beautifully furnished and include full-access to the Dover Bay Resort amenities.

Those amenities include the fitness center, market, tennis courts, and year-round outdoor, heated swimming pool and spa at the Dover Bay Marina Village. The marina’s full-service restaurant, The Dish, is now open for dinner (4:30-9 p.m.) seven-days-a-week. Lunch service will be added over Memorial Day weekend, then everyday throughout the summer beginning June 4. Chop, the full service restaurant at the Holiday Shores Marina, is also currently open for dinner seven-days-a-week.

Speaking of the marina, space is filling up for seasonal moorage at Lake Pend Oreille. Short-term moorage will also be available throughout the season to visitors and vacationers.

The Dover Bay Waterfront Community includes 9 miles of walking and biking trails, as well as 9 acres of beach and park areas. Shopping and dining in downtown Sandpoint is just 3 miles from Dover Bay, and Schweitzer Mountain Resort, with its mix of winter and summer activities, is located just 12 miles away.

Visit www.DoverBayBungalows.com for more information on vacation rental options within Dover Bay, including an opportunity to stay in a Parkside Bungalow.

The Dover Bay Waterfront Community offers a variety of buying options with distinct styles and price points. For more information, or to schedule a tour, call John Sletager or Marie Garvey at 208-265-1597, or visit www.DoverBayIdaho.com.

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Let us know about more standout neighborhoods and developments that we may feature in an upcoming Neighborhood of the Week. Contact Tyler Wilson at twilson@cdapress.com.

Real Estate Agents, take advantage of Neighborhood of the Week by sending in your suggestions for featured areas, including sites outside the normal confines of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Hayden.

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