With oversized lots and plenty of amenities, Trafalgar Woods is a true family favorite. This wooded, Cape Coral community offers space for close to 50 single-family homes in an ideal setting.
While it’s certainly one of the more unique names you’ll see in Southwest Florida, it seems the name Burnt Store quite vividly describes some crazy local history.
You may think you know everything there is to know about Cape Coral. However, we uncovered five fun facts that may surprise you.
With a prime location and resort-like amenities, Sandoval is easily one of Cape Coral’s most sought-after neighborhoods. This gated community is overflowing with things to do and experience, with community-wide amenities ranging from a fitness center to tennis courts and a full-sized basketball court.
While the ongoing pandemic continues to impact businesses across the nation, Cape Coral isn’t slowing down in terms of economic development. This is especially true along the Cape’s Pine Island Corridor.
With some spectacular views and a prime setting, Tarpon Point presents the desirability of waterfront, high-rise living in Cape Coral. Located on the southern tip of Cape Coral, the entire community Tarpon Point is made up of not only a series of high-rise condo buildings but also some coach homes and estate homes.
Cape Harbour is truly Cape Cora’s “IT” neighborhood. This yachting community is the kind of neighborhood that mixes luxury real estate options with a true taste of a Southwest Florida lifestyle at every turn.
If you’re looking for a good real estate investment, Cape Coral duplexes and multi-families may be the way to go. While the city’s not as populated as nearby Fort Myers, Cape Coral does offer a prime location and a relatively more affordable price point.
If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind some island names in the Sanibel area, you’re likely not alone. The area is rich with history, and some of that history is tied directly to the names of the islands today.
It’s fairly easy to enjoy a waterfront lifestyle in Cape Coral. That’s because the city has more canals than anywhere else in the world!
For paradise in Cape Coral, head to the quaint boating community of Emerald Cove. This delightful community sits right on Weatherly Lake, with about one-third of its home sites directly on the lake.
Buying a home can sometimes be a tedious process, but at least one Florida city makes it a little easier. Cape Coral was recently named the easiest place to find a home in the nation.