Fort Myers Homes & Real Estate

fort-myers-sunriseWelcome to your local Fort Myers, FL homes for sale & real estate resource. Fort Myers is a city located in Lee County, Florida, with a population of about 87,000 people. With an abundance of historical attractions and good proximity beaches, it's no wonder this town keeps growing. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more for Fort Myers properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Fort Myers real estate.

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Fort Myers Real Estate Market

The price of single-family homes in Fort Myers can range anywhere between $240,000 and $600,000. However, the most luxurious homes in Fort Myers in expensive neighborhoods might be priced between $1 million and upwards of $7 million. The average home has three to four bedrooms and two bathrooms, though many custom home builders in the city who can help you find a floorplan that works for your needs.

Fort Myers has condominiums and townhomes for sale, which make great choices when looking for an affordable neighborhood. Vacant land is also available for purchase. There are many gated communities in Fort Myers for anyone who would like to live in a subdivision neighborhood. Some of these communities include Acreage, Arborwood Preserve, Banyan Bay, Botanica Lakes, Deep Lagoon Estates, and more.

Fort Myers Community Amenities

Fort Myers has many major roadways easily accessible to its residents. Interstate 75, U.S. Route 41, and State Road 93 all cross through this city. The Southwest Florida International Airport is also right outside the city limits, within a 20-minute drive or less for most residents.

There are numerous fun activities in and around Fort Myers for anyone to enjoy. Some notable places include IMAG History and Science Center, Calusa Nature Preserve & Planetarium, Alliance for the Arts, and Sun Splash Family Waterpark. Sun-kissed days await at nearby Fort Myers Beach.

Fort Myers amenities include the Southwest Florida Museum of History, a wonderful way to see the sights of Downtown Fort Myers. For some fun, Fort Myers offers the Imaginarium, an interactive museum perfect for everyone to enjoy while learning. And don’t forget the finest attraction: the beautiful and popular Fort Myers Beach.

Should you be looking for some fun in the sun, there’s more than enough here on the beaches in Fort Myers. Lynn Hall Memorial Park is right in the center of Fort Myers Beach. You’ll find a well of excitement on- and offshore, featuring bars, restaurants, and plenty of water sports.

Craving a place to relax and write your name in the sand? Cayo Costa is tranquil and serene. With nine miles of beautiful beaches and acres of pine forests, this is a must-see.

The Edison & Ford Winter Estates are one of the most popular attractions in Southwest Florida. The historic structures and gardens are decorated with thousands of lights and traditional accessories during the Holiday season. One fun fact the city is known for is how Thomas Edison and Henry Ford used to have homes here, which is how the estates got their name.

Holiday Nights are the only time of the year they are open past sundown, for a beautiful and educational way for anyone to spend a evening. This event has gained national recognition as one of the top Historic Homes to Visit for the Holidays.

Although it goes by many names, Downtown Fort Myers (aka the River District or the City of Palms), they all have one thing in common. This is the heart of Fort Myers, the very core of this beautiful city.

Stretching for miles along the Caloosahatchee River is a range of outlets and shopping, outdoor malls, and antiques. Explore the charming brick-lined streets of Downtown Fort Myers for dining and nightlife in this subtropic city.

Fort Myers welcomes theatre lovers! Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall has something for everyone. With a full calendar of musicals, symphonies, and other featured events, it’s easy to find something you’ll be delighted with. This exceptional location is just minutes away from Downtown Fort Myers.

Fort Myers School Information

Students attending school in Fort Myers are a part of The School District of Lee County, with public and private schools available. Public schools here include, but are not limited to, Three Oaks Elementary School, Diplomat Elementary School, Cypress Lake Middle School, Diplomat Middle School, Fort Myers High School, and North Fort Myers High School. Florida Gulf Coast University is also located here.

Those who would like to move to Fort Myers, Florida, may enjoy a home with Gulf views, a swimming pool, a strong economy, and proximity to the beach. With various homes to choose from—whether someone chooses a home in one of Fort Myers' best neighborhoods or a more affordable option for a better cost of living—almost anyone can find a perfect residence in Fort Myers.

Fort Myers, FL Real Estate Agents

Interested in buying a home in Fort Myers? Allow our Fort Myers, Florida real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Fort Myers residence. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique dynamics of the Fort Myers real estate market.

Contact Palm Paradise Real Estate to learn more about buyer and seller representation. Selling your Fort Myers property? Visit our market analysis page to receive a free home evaluation within minutes.

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