Cape Coral Florida is 120 square miles and is one of the largest cities geographically in Florida by area. The city is known for its many canals and waterfront properties. Boaters love Cape Coral because of quick and easy access to the river and Gulf of Mexico.
Originally founded in 1957 Cape Coral began to grow in the early 60's as movie stars pitched the area. Today the city has a population of over 165,000 people.
The Cape offers affordability. People are amazed at how low they can buy a waterfront home or pool home with central water and sewer for in SW Florida.
Cape Harbour yachting community was developed in the southern Cape and includes a marina, restaurants like Fathoms Restaurant and Bar and Carefree Boat Club where you can take out a boat for much less than the cost of owning one. Tarpon Point is also located in the southern part of the Cape and has a marina, boat rentals and eco-guided tours and charter fishing.
Speaking of restaurants, many locals love Chicago Pizza and Iguana Mia for Mexican food. Entertainment has grown over the years. Dixie Roadhouse is home to many converts and country dancing. The Dek Bar has live music every night, and don't forget about The Monkey Bar and Steakhouse.
The weather in Cape Coral is fabulous and the people are friendly. Most people in the Cape aren't from the Cape, so you're sure to find someone you know or someone from where you're from.
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This 2 story PENTHOUSE unit was designed to live like a house but with views of a highrise. It has a private entrance, locked out elevator access, private elevator to 2nd...
Cute Condo located off the San Carlos canal with beautiful nightly sunset from your lanai. One of the bedrooms has a murphybed and opens up for a hobby room or office. So...