Fort Myers Real Estate & Communities
Beautiful Fort Myers, also known as the “City of Palms” is the historical and governmental hub of Lee County, Florida. Established in 1886, this magnificent locale was chosen by Thomas Edison and Henry Ford as a winter residence, and their neighboring estates, which have been turned into museums, remain as popular tourist attractions today. Fort Myers Beach is the city’s most popular beach and features idyllic, wide, white sandy beaches lined with a boardwalk-style row of restaurants, bars, and shops, while iconic hotels like the Lani Kai are mere steps from the Gulf of Mexico. To avoid the crowds, simply take a short drive down McGregor Blvd, drive over the breathtaking Sanibel Causeway, and you’re instantly on island time. Separated from the mainland, Sanibel and Captiva islands are more akin to Key West than to the bustling city of Fort Myers. The islands boast stunning sugar sand beaches, world-class fishing, casual and fine dining, and eclectic boutiques and shopping opportunities not found elsewhere. For delectable dining and an unforgettable experience, don’t miss the world-famous Bubble Room Restaurant on Captiva. Then take a little piece of Sanibel home with a stop at Lily & Co Jewelers on Sanibel for unique, hand-crafted jewelry with a distinct island flair. The real estate of Fort Myers and the barrier islands is as varied as its residents, offering everything from compact vacation condos, to luxury golf course homes and beach-front mansions, to affordable single-family homes in the sprawling suburbs of this family-centric community. Whether you’re looking for a primary, vacation or investment property, Fort Myers real estate is a sound investment.
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