Southwest Florida is the best!
(Okay, I was born there, so I am prejudicial).
The climate, the beaches, the shopping - it's all there along the I-75 corridor from Tampa to Bradenton to Sarasota to Venice (my hometown), to Fort Myers to Naples.
A quick internet search brings up Amberwynd Homeowners' Association Web Page at:
That page does not have a lot of information without a Login ID.
On a serious note -
I have recently had buyers looking in Sarasota, Charlotte, and Lee counties.
That part of Florida has taken a major financial hit.
Entire projects and subdivisions foreclosed upon, developers walking away from unfinished subdivisions,
builders leaving "skeletons" that never became condominiums, and so on.
If you are buying into any subdivision, homeowners' association, or especially condominium association, proceed with extreme caution.
If a developer or a development makes promises of "soon to be built clubhouses", or "tennis courts and pools coming soon", or similar promises, do not count on it. (An investor friend of mine dropped $99,000 on a lot based upon those promises - the developer bankrupted and never built any of those things. My friend now has .12 acres worth of dirt.)
Also, get stats on how many properties in a subdivision, area, or neighborhood are either in foreclosure,
or have been foreclosed upon. Further south (particularly Charlotte County), there are some neighborhoods that are becoming derelict and crime-infested because of the amount of empty foreclosed-upon houses.
Have an Attorney review any and all financial statements, condo docs, HOA covenants, deed restrictions, etc. BEFORE you sign a Residential Sale and Purchase Contract.
*** On the Positive Side, you as a Buyer should be able get a truly good deal in the current Southwest Florida Real Estate Market.
You as a Buyer will have many, many houses to choose from (I am referring to Southwest Florida and not necessarily to "Amberwynd").
Best wishes in your search for a new home... welcome to Florida!