That location will take about 45 minutes to get out. Anything above beach will need to go under the bridge between 36th and 37th terrace. With this house that means you will need to travel north to go under the bridge than back track south on the spreader to the lock. A lot of my clients that like that area try to stay south of Beach for that reason. If you're not already working with an agent, I would be happy to help.
Have a great day,
All the answers are relatively correct information for you :)
I generally explain that you can estimate 10 minutes per mile when in no wake zones...which is much of your travel time in this location.
A very pretty and well sought after area...I live in this area and love it.
If you would like to learn more about our canal systems and have a specific type boat to accommodate, feel free to contact me with any further questions...I have been a resident in Cape Coral since 1973 and would be happy to help you with your real estate goals whether immediate or long term.
All The Best,
Homes along the river in the yacht club area offer the fastest access to the Caloosahatchee. South of Cape Coral Pkwy and exiting through Cape Harbor and Tarpon Point Marina is also very popular. For the NW section of Cape Coral, the area around Ceitus Pkwy is also in demand.
I do have a nice color coded map that shows you gulf access canals vs fresh water canals, bridges etc...If you would like me to mail you a copy please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 239-707-4575.