From easy access to the sand and water to communities overflowing with amenities, some of the most sought-after locations in Fort Myers are packed with options.
Fort Myers is filled with amenity-rich communities, but some of them also boast the advantage of low HOA fees. Here are a few of our top picks in the Fort Myers area.
First constructed starting in the mid 2000s, Botanica Lakes is a community of more than 500 single-family homes in Fort Myers.
If you’re searching for a great place for your family to call home, you cannot beat some of the top communities in the Fort Myers area.
For a gated condo community in Fort Myers that’s also a great value, consider taking your home search to Bellasol. Some of the units of Bellasol are priced well under $200,000, which is a great option for those hoping to see their budget stretch, without sacrificing an ideal property or location.
Southwest Florida may be home to a number of exceptional golf course communities, but some of the finest communities in Fort Myers offer much, much more than just golf.
o the exciting newer construction community of Watermark. With your choice of single-family homes or twin villas, Watermark is a community of nearly 300 residences built up in more recent years.
Surrounded by lakes, the master-planned community of Portico offers executive homes and more. With around 750 residences for buyers to choose from, the homes of Portico come in three different collections.
New move-in ready homes are now available for prospective buyers at Windsong in Fort Myers.
Prima Luce brings a brand-new option for waterfront condo living to Fort Myers. Right along the southern shore of the Caloosahatchee River, this new luxury property sits within a short stroll of the Downtown Fort Myers River District.
Fort Myers is full of beautiful homes, neighborhoods and attractions, but there’s one particularly enticing neighborhood that no one seems to know much about.
With easy access to a variety of waterfront activities, Water’s Edge also offers luxury alongside the Caloosahatchee River.