Ex-BoSox Gator Greenwell sells Alva Estate for $3.060M
The most expensive home to sell in Lee County, Florida during June 2010 was an under-construction, river-front estate in Alva owned by former MLB player Mike “Gator” Greenwell. This 8,100 SF estate, located at 12350-20 Old Rodeo Drive in Alva features 4 BR and 6 BA and 1,500 feet of frontage on the Caloosahatchee River. The selling price was $3.060M / $378 SF.
Congratulation to selling Realtor Aldee Rosenberg with Coldwell Banker for closing the most expensive residential property in June 2010.
Honorable mention for 2nd most expensive Lee County home sold in June was a single-family gulf-front home located on Captiva in the Frowes Subdivision at 16183 Captiva Drive, Captiva. This home is 3,743 SF and features 4 BR / 3.5 BA with direct beach access and a shared dock on Pine Island Sound. The selling price was $2.5M / $668 SF.
Congratulations to selling Realtor Jim Branyon of Royal Shell Real Estate, Inc for closing this transaction.
In June 2010, there were twelve residential transactions in Lee County with a selling price over $1M, this is down from seventeen in May 2010, thirteen in April 2010 and up from seven transactions in March 2010 and five transactions in February 2010.
Here is a resource if you are interested in learning more about Fort Myers luxury homes that are currently listed for sale.