Renaissance and Town & River Have Top Luxury Sales
The most expensive home to sell in Lee County, Florida during September 2010 was a Fort Myers Spanish-style estate located in Renaissance Country Club. This 4,746 SF home located at 9546 Via Lago Way, Fort Myers Florida features 4 BR / 6 BA. The home was on the market for 913 days and was previously listed for $3.225M. The selling price was $1.875M / $395 SF, which was 83% of the asking price.
Congratulation to selling Realtor Pamela Heron of Downing-Frye Realty for closing the most expensive residential property in September 2010.
Honorable mention for 2nd most expensive Lee County residential property sold in September was a Fort Myers riverfront home located in Town & River Estates. This 3,346 SF single-family home located at 836 S Town and River Drive, Fort Myers, Florida features 4 BR / 3 BA. This home was on the market for 171 days and was previously listed in 2009 for $2.45M. The selling price was $1.8M / $538 SF which was 92% of the asking price.
Congratulations to selling Realtor Lauren Hagen of grosse Pointe Realty for closing this transaction.
In September 2010, there were three residential transactions in Lee County with a selling price over $1M, down from six $1M+ transactions August 2010, up from two in July 2010, down from twelve in June 2010, seventeen in May 2010 and thirteen in April 2010. The luxury market here is Southwest Florida is in a bit of a lull this fall.
Here is a resource if you are interested in learning more about Fort Myers luxury homes that are currently listed for sale.
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