Thursday, July 23, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Monday, June 29, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
With two country clubs, three golf courses and amenities for all, this neighborhood has something for everyone. Located west of 41 in Bonita
Springs, Pelican Landing is a favorite destination for full time residents and snowbirds alike.
The amenities at Pelican Landing include golf, tennis, pickleball, fitness center, butterfly garden, marina, kayak and canoe area, bocce, fishing, and piers. The ever-present Florida sun allow for year-round enjoyment of the outdoor activities.
The winding roadways are surrounded by mature and colorful landscaping. Sidewalks allow for easy movement throughout the community. The gorgeous trees shade the sidewalks for maximum enjoyment of the area. They wind throughout the neighborhoods a ...
Tuesday, June 16, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Sidewalks will navigate you throughout the many streets and cul-de-sacs contained within Island Walk. Along the way, there are benches and small park-like areas to admire the lake or just sit and enjoy the beautiful sunshine and colorful landscape.
The Town Center offers something incredibly unique to Island Walk. In addition to the usual amenities, this centrally located building offers a restaurant, hair salon, nail salon, post office, car wash and gas station. This facility and all its’ features are available to residents. It is adjacent to the pool area and other amenities, offering a small town feeling in the heart of a gated community.
Thursday, June 4, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Located in Lee County and considered the Gateway to SW Florida, Fort Myers attracts a lot of visitors. As a major commercial center of the area, Fort Myers hosts many people each year who want to be part of the beaches, historic sites, Spring Training, and sun-drenched weather.
Two of the most historic residents were Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, both of whom had winter estates. “The Mangoes” was the Ford Estate. “Seminole Lodge”, located on 13 panoramic acres along the Caloosahatchee River, has a beautiful home, grounds and even a laboratory in which he was able to work. Both are popular attractions for both the locals and our visitors.
Named after Confederate Quartermaster General Abraham Myers, Fort Myers was the historic location of the southernmost battle of the Civil War. The Battle of Fort Myers was a brief skirmish that took place on February 20, 1865, right before the end of the Civil War.
The sensational climate of Fort Myers ...