Cape Coral Waterfront Real Estate

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The city of Cape Coral is located in Southwest Florida along the Gulf Coast. Cape Coral has more than 400 miles of canals, the most of any city in the world. Cape Coral, Florida is located in Lee County. The city is just minutes away from Ft. Myers. It is also the largest city between Tampa and Miami.  With an abundance of waterfront property and 355 days of sunshine every year, Cape Coral is a virtual paradise on earth. The great thing about Cape Coral waterfront properties is that there are a wide range of architectural styles and prices to fit nearly every budget. There are even residential lots for sale so potential buyers can custom design and build their own home.

This Waterfront Wonderland, as it has been so accurately named, is surrounded by Gulf beaches so it is very easy to find your favorite view of the glimmering Gulf of Mexico. Aside from the beaches, Cape Coral is abundant in golf courses, tennis courts, athletic parks, and nature preserves. This area is also a great place for families with children because not only is the city surrounded by beaches, among other things, but it has quite a few family attractions as well, like Sun Splash Family Water Park, for example. There are over four hundred miles of canals located within Cape Coral. Boating, fishing, and water sports are popular past times among the locals. 

Cape Coral was founded in 1957 by the Rosen brothers. Leonard and Jack Rosen were real estate developers who purchased an area named Redfish Point. The construction for Cape Coral began in 1958. To establish this area so it was a location that the Rosen brothers could convince others that it would be the ideal place to move to, the Gulf American Corporation (GAC) was formed. To further promote Cape Coral, celebrities, such as Bob Hope, were brought into the city to further encourage people to move to, as the natives call it, "the Cape." To create the many extensive canal systems, the Rosen brothers used the largest concentration of earth moving equipment in Florida's history to do the job. The end result includes 156 miles of freshwater canals connecting to dozens of lakes, 222 miles of salt water access canals, and 31 miles of shoreline providing boat access into the Gulf of Mexico. In 1964, the Cape Coral Bridge, which was the largest addition at the time, was opened for use by the public. The bridge is 3400 feet long and it crosses the Caloosahatchie River, which connects Cape Coral to the city of Ft. Myers. 

The residents of this city enjoy a variety of yearly annual events. For example, the local German American club hosts the state's largest and most original Oktoberfest. This event gathers as many as 30,000 people to this celebration. There are also events that are more child oriented, for example the Kid's Fall Fest.

This city is over flowing with entertainment and fun for the whole family. Cape Coral has it all from trips to the beach, to trips to the water park, to outings to the local golf courses and nature preserves. There are even annual events for locals to attend that range from a night out to kid friendly activities. Cape Coral, Florida is a great place to visit, but an even better place to live.

The following are some of the more popular areas on the waterfront in Cape Coral.

Gold Coast

This upscale area is situated between Del Prado Boulevard and the Caloosahatchee River. This Southeast area of Cape Coral offers direct sailboat access. Architectural styles range from Mediterranean to modern. The Gold Coast is divided into several smaller neighborhoods that include Beach Parkway, Savona, Palaco Grande, Cornwallis, Everest, and Orchid Boulevard. Each of these divisions within the Gold Coast offer different types of homes and styles. Beach Parkway features a variety of condos which are located on Gulf access canals. The Savona location provides easy access by either boat or car. Cornwallis offers a diverse mix of older homes as well as newer estates. Everest has a riverfront park on the Eastern side of the neighborhood.

Cape Harbour

Cape Harbour is the premiere waterfront yachting community. The jewel in this section is what is referred to as the funky fish houses. These are three level homes with spacious decks, two master bedrooms, and trendy designs throughout each house. These are new homes with lots of great amenities in the Cape Harbour area. Dining includes fish and steak at Rumrunners, pastries and gourmet coffee at Run Agrounds, and the Joint, which serves homemade pizza. There are also yachting services and boat rentals in Cape Harbour. Finally, there's a clubhouse for residents only that features a pool, basketball and tennis courts, and availability for private parties.

Paradise Point

Paradise Point is a collection of 48 different condominiums. Each comes with air conditioning, washer and dryer, and access to a heated pool. These condos offer underground parking, nearby walking paths, and fishing off the dock. Every individual development has a back balcony with spectacular views of the waterways and the Cape Coral Bridge.

Eight Lakes

Eight Lakes is a cluster of eight man-made bodies of water designed to maximize the availability of waterfront properties. Upscale homes in a variety of price ranges fill this unique area of Cape Coral. Britannia Lake on the south and Thunderbird Lake on the North both offer Gulf access for the residents.

Cape Coral Freshwater

These homes provide waterfront living at lower prices than those that provide gulf access. There is still a wide variety of prices and designs to choose from. Several of these homes have indoor pools and golf course views. The Freshwater area features many homes for sale as well as available sites for new construction.

 

 

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