Southwest Florida extends along the Gulf Coast from Sarasota / Bradenton in the north to Naples / Marco Island in the south. Approximately in the middle of this magnificent coast, lies the Cape Haze Peninsula with Englewood, Rotonda, Placida and Boca Grande. This part of the Gulf Coast is the largest “little secret” and you’re all invited to enjoy what we have to offer. Our 3 offshore islands await you with a total of 40 miles of white sandy beaches.
t may very well be that a vacation creates the desire for more. Our small but well-trained team will help you to find a suitable property, the perfect blueprint or an already existing house.
Many argue that the southern tip of the Florida Gulf Coast is a paradise. And in some ways this is true too. There is little crime and the climate is very pleasant and balanced. The best months are October to May. While the winters in Southwest Florida are pleasantly warm, it may be, it is very cold in Central and Northern Florida. During the summer months there is always a pleasant breeze due to the proximity to the Gulf of Mexico. The average temperatures in summer are 82 to 88 degrees Fahrenheit and 23 degrees Fahrenheit in winter.
How much house can I get for my money?
The lover of the ‘Old Florida lifestyle’ receives a lot for the money
The dream of a house on the beach can still become a reality. Properties directly on the Gulf of Mexico are already offered from $ 699,000, whereas they are offered for at least $ 2 million in the rest of Florida. Our annual property taxes with 1.49% belong to the lowest in Florida and our building codes do not allow buildings that are higher than 4 floors. Nature is the key.
The real estate crisis has not passed by without leaving any trace in this lovely area surrounded by water. There are very attractive deals offered to the serious investor within the 7 communities which share the Cape Haze Peninsula: Englewood, the town directly on the Gulf of Mexico; Rotonda, Golfing community with 5 golf courses; South Gulf Cove, the newly developed boating community with canals and access to the Gulf of Mexico; Manasota Key, the key with 27 miles sandy beaches; Palm Island, the tropical island with no bridge to the mainland and only accessible by ferry; Cape Haze, the exclusive Golfing community; and Boca Grande, the prestigious island with toll bridge.
The one who loves the simple and natural life style feels very comfortable in our area: