Feel free to email me or call me if you have further questions. As a resident of Cape Coral for over 24 years I know the area extremely well and will be more than happy to assist you.
Also, you may want to focus on SE Cape as it is closer to the beach and the city utilities are already in place. This particular home is in the NE and is still on well and septic. When the city does put in the city utilities in this area the homeowner will be REQUIRED to hook up and will be assessed for the cost.
Terry McCarley, RealtorÂ®, CDPE / Jones & Co Realty
If easy beach access is of high importance I feel you could do better with a home a bit further south. I live about 15 minutes south of it and to get to Fort Myers beach or Sanibel takes me at least 30 minutes when traffic is light. and on really busy high season days it can take as much as an hour.
When you are ready to interview Realtors to aid you in finding a home I would love the opportunity to aid you in achieving your real estate goals!
Have a wonderful day!
All of the agents that commented before me gave great answers; but you do want to talk to a Realtor because Cape Coral has City sewer and water assessments.. A few variables with assessments
A) The property may not have city water and sewer currently and you will have them at some point\
B) The property may already have them and that comes with a possible balance..
Always consult with a Realtor.
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Terence Trombetti â€¢ Real Estate Agent
Gulf Coast Realty Network
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Cape Coral, FL 33904