For idyllic waterfront living, come home to the exclusivity of Jonathan Harbour. This South Fort Myers, waterfront community offers just 69 homes with private boat docks and deep water access leading directly to San Carlos Bay and the Gulf.
If you’re in the market for a top boating community in Fort Myers, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to explore the many upscale offerings of Jonathan Harbour. This private, gated community contains some of the city’s most prestigious waterfront homes, all centered around a luxury boating lifestyle.
The most expensive and sought after real estate in Fort Myers is located along the Caloosahatchee River in South Fort Myers. This area includes neighborhoods located off both historic McGregor Boulevard and Iona Road. Both of these streets both run parallel to the river and are dominated by residential waterfront communities on their river-facing, west sides.
McGregor Boulevard, which is lined with majestic royal palm trees, was home in the roaring 1920s to our original snowbirds…..Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone. Today, 90 years later, it is still home to prominent snowbirds as well as many of the movers and shakers of our community.
When we discuss Fort Myers area real estate options with prospective clients, the number one desired feature is “a location close to the beach.” When drilling down further about what beach the client wants to be near, most answer near the Sanibel beaches. The proximity to Sanibel feature trumps all other popular desires including newer, good neighborhood, gated, gulf access, waterfront and low condo/HOA fees.
The most expensive home to sell in Lee County, Florida during April 2010 was a gulf front Captiva estate home located in Captiva Village. This F A Lanes Bayview neighborhood home located at 15017 Binder Drive in Captiva is 3,929 SF and features 3 BR and 3.5 BA.
One of the highlights of my week is perusing the Sunday Real Estate section of the News-Press. While Denny Grimes’ confession that he went to the “Sex in the City” movie this week brought a tear to my eye, the best article for me this week was the overview of[…]