Cape Coral Real Estate seen from Waterfront
As of late I have been writing a lot about specific Cape Coral neighborhoods on or local blog, but on this post I’d like to focus on what Cape Coral is like showing from a boat and how drastically different the home shopping experience is than driving around and looking at all of our Cape Coral homes from the front. Most the homes in Cape Coral are very basic ranches some are more updated than others, but when you get out and about via boat and actually see the homes from behind you can actually see where homeowners have installed incredible infinity edge pool’s, very large dramatic lenighs and boat lifts suitable for 30, 40 and 60 foot yachts. As you navigate from the Gulf of Mexico up the Caloosahatchee River coming into Cape Coral via water you’ll typically pass Redfish Cove and Glover Bight as you make your way in towards the eight lakes passing Tarpon Point and Marker 92.
Hopefully with this blog post you will see some of the recent pictures I’ve taken of local homes from canals that have some of the incredible gulf access that Cape Coral is most famous for. One of my favorite spots to come into Cape Coral via water is through the lock while passing rumrunners and the incredible development of Cape Harbor. As you navigate through the waterways after the lock you will enter a body of water called the spreader which has some of Cape Coral’s most beautiful and expensive homes that overlook it. As you follow the spreader north down Sands Dr. you are technically heading towards Matlacha and Pine Island and towards the Trafalgar area of Cape Coral.
The views of Cape Coral real estate by the waterfront is a wonderful experience and can make all the difference in the world on your decision of what type of waterfront property you may purchase. You may be interested in sailboat access, intersecting canal, one of the eight lakes, or just a really wide canal like the spreader to handle your 40 to 80 foot yacht