Once a citrus-growing community, home to the Calusa Indians and later inhabited by Cuban fishermen, Estero dates as far back as 1567, if not earlier. Hundreds of years later, Estero was home to The Koreshan Unity and many fishermen from Spain and Portugal. It was not until the 1950’s that the first subdivisions were created, followed by condos and gated communities.
As you explore the area for Estero real estate, you will see modern mixed in with glimpses of the past.
Coconut Point Mall offers extensive shopping and dining, as well as The Residences of Coconut Point. The Residences is a unique, one-of- a-kind, sophisticated condo development for those wanting to live in the middle of shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
Home to Florida’s Everblades, our very own NHL team, you can watch them play or attend live concerts and performances at Germain arena.
Only accessible by boat, you can visit Mound Key. Rising 30 feet above sea level in Estero Bay, the Calusa shell mound is believed to have once been the capital of the Calusa empire. Surrounded by mangrove trees, it is the highest elevation for several miles.
Driven in part by recent economic growth (Hertz Corporation recently moved their headquarters here), new construction opportunities are plentiful. From single family homes in Taylor Morrison’s intimate Estero Pointe; Del Webb’s Tidewater, an active 55+ community; to Corkscrew Shores, centered around a natural quarry by Pulte, everyone will be able to find a home for their next move.
And Estero real estate is not lacking golf communities. Whether an avid player or you simply like to putt around, you can find the golf course community for you. From Copperleaf at the Oaks to Grandezza, there is one which will be all you imagined.
Estero real estate offers a relaxed, laid-back Florida lifestyle in an up and coming area, attracting those looking to permanently relocate as well as those wanting a vacation home. We think you will love it here.
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