Estero Florida Real Estate and the Fort Myers Beach area, share a wide variety of real estate choices from beachfront condos to villas and gated golfing communities inland.
Located in Estero Florida are the exclusive shops and restaurants of Coconut Point Mall and not too far away off Ben Hill Griffin Rd is the Southwest Florida International Airport and our own Florida Gulf Coast University. Just off the interstate and Corkscrew Rd is the Germain Arena ice-skating rink and the Miromar Outlets. The Koreshan State Historic Site on
the banks of the Estero River at U.S. 41 is less than two miles from the extensive Miromar Outlet Shops mall
Estero is bounded by Williams Road to the south, Koreshan Boulevard to the north, and from just east of I-75 to Estero Bay, west of U.S. 41.
The coffee-dark Estero River meanders towards the Gulf of Mexico out of the vast sponge of wetlands east of I-75, where gated developments such as Wildcat Run and Stoneybrook provide Estero residents easy access to all the neighborhood attractions.
Estero Real Estate
The Brooks, a residential golf community with a Bonita Springs address just off U.S. 41, pushes northward to Estero and is one of the best-selling communities in the country.
Other luxury Estero Florida gated communities such as Pelican Sound and West Bay Club, are a little closer to the Corkscrew - U.S. 41 intersection, and homes have sprouted up in pockets of real estate across from Estero High School on River Ranch Road and along the once-dirt roads on the north side of Corkscrew Rd.
Fort Myers Beach
Estero Boulevard traverses the beach north to south, into an area known as Estero Island, pushing about 80 small streets outward on both the beach and bay sides and offering beachfront cottages, oceanfront condos and single-family homes. Many permanent residents live on these side streets, mostly hidden from tourists view.
Visible from the Sky Bridge on the north end of the Fort Myers Beach island is a redevelopment renaissance beginning at the Snug Harbor Waterfront Restaurant, at the base of the seven-story timeshare rising above it. Fountains and brick-paved walkways give the colorful shopping and eating Fort Myers Beach district a pedestrian-friendly feel.