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Ready to build your dream home! nice 80ft x 125ft residential lot located in nw cape coral.
Ready for your new home! nice residential 80ft x 125ft canal front lot located in nw cape coral.
Over-sized 3 lot site on freshwater canal! great location-'newer' home area! no assessments here!... Read More
Are you looking for a triple lot to build your dream home on? check out this great over-sized... Read More
All assessment fee paid!!! if you need space for a large family and lots of storage, you have... Read More
Build your dream home on this beautiful oversized intersecting canal lot. the lot features... Read More
Oversize triple lot idea for nice home with pool and space to spare. near shopping and main roads... Read More
Priced to sell! this 2bd / 2ba pool home sits on just under a 1/4 acre! located in the heart of... Read More
This magnificent home will surprise you with all that it has to offer! as you enter the home you... Read More
Excellent condition 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms move in ready, ideal for first time home buyers. the... Read More
Are you looking to find a lot and build your dream home? do you need freshwater lot? well you... Read More
Adorable and affordable pool home west of burnt store rd in a neighborhood of gulf access homes.... Read More
Great location for a single family home just for you in the nw cape! the lot is within a few... Read More
$10,000 price reduction! beautiful 3 bedroom + den / 2 bath southern exposure pool home in the nw... Read More
Fantastic nw cape coral home with desirable southern exposure! you are greeted with a cozy front... Read More
Pool home with panoramic bay-front views of matlacha pass. opportunity knocks to own one of the... Read More
This is a fantastic residential building lot located across from waterfront properties and anchor... Read More
Paradise found !!!!! huge oversized lot to build your dream home, or invest in the future !!!!... Read More
Large home in a beautiful neighborhood. the home is a short distance to veteran's parkway for... Read More
A little background on Cape Coral
Cape Coral is located in Lee County, Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. The city was founded back in 1957 and became incorporated in 1970. The population has grown significantly in recent years. Back in 2010 the estimated population in Cape Coral was around 154,000 people. The most recent survey taken in 2017 shows that Cape Coral’s population has grown to nearly 184,000 people. Cape Coral is a total of 120 square miles making it the largest city between Miami and Tampa. One of the most interesting things about Cape Coral is that is has more canals than any other city in the entire world. Cape Coral is known as a “Waterfront Wonderland” due to the excessive amounts of waterways here. There are over 400 miles of canals here to navigate through. This city also has a few accolades to its name. Back in 2016 Forbes Magazine named Cape Coral as one of the 25 best places to retire to in the United States. Cape Coral ranked ninth on that list. Then in 2017 Cape Coral made Forbes list again but this time they were ranked as the number one fastest growing city in the United States.
Climate here in Cape Coral
Cape Coral has a subtropical climate. This city also sees more than 355 days of sunshine throughout the year. But there is some precipitation as well, it rains here on average 145 days per year here. In Florida it is completely normal for it to be perfectly sunny and then all of a sudden a storm will come through. Most storms only last around twenty minutes and can pop up at any time. The city will experience around 56 inches of rain per year. The city will experience the most rainfall during June through September. The summers here in Cape Coral are very warm, humid and rainy whereas the winters are dryer and very mild. This place is a great option when thinking of retiring!
Roads, Bridges and Public Transportation
There are two bridges that connect Cape Coral to Fort Myers. Cape Coral Bridge connects Cape Coral Parkway to College Parkway in Fort Myers. This bridge is approximately 3,400 feet long. The second bridge is The Midpoint Memorial Bridge. This bridge connects Veterans Parkway to Colonial Boulevard. There are several other bridges here in Cape Coral that can connect you to various points of interest. When it comes to public transit there is the LeeTran which is a bus service that has six stops within Cape Coral. There are many roads here in Cape Coral as well. Interstate 75 is one of the main roads within the Cape. This interstate connects Cape Coral to Tampa in the Northward direction as well as Miami – Fort Lauderdale in the Southeastward direction. There is more than 1,100 miles of roadways here and most roads have four lanes or more. Cape Coral has quick access to Southwest Florida International Airport. This airport is only 14 miles away from Cape Coral.
Economy and Education
The economy here in Cape Coral revolves around three major industries; retail, real estate/construction as well as health care services. There are a few major employers here in Cape Coral as well. Publix Supermarkets, Walmart and the Lee Memorial Hospital are just a few of the major employers here. There are also tons of smaller businesses and mom and pop shops that really help boost the local economy here in Cape Coral. When it comes to education, the Lee County School District oversees all the schools in this area. There are eight elementary schools, six middle schools and five high schools here. The city is constantly expanding and recently built a municipal charter school which is made up of two elementary schools, one middle and one high school. This charter school is a public school which means it is tuition free but is only accessible to children who live in Cape Coral.
Real Estate here in Cape Coral
Most homes here in Cape Coral feature enclosed swimming pools as well as beautiful landscapes for you to enjoy year round. There is a mixture of newer builds as well as older homes here. Since this is a great place to retire a lot of the homes found here are Ranch style making it easier for people who are older to get around.
Cape Coral is an absolutely beautiful place to live in Florida. One of the biggest perks to moving here is the 355 days of sunshine per year and easy access to public beaches. Cape Coral is a must see if you are thinking of moving to Florida!