Ten years ago, my husband and I decided to move to Cape Coral, Florida to buy our first home and raise our family. The idea of having a big yard with no fence was a dream for us since we came from a busy metropolitan city, Miami. Being able to afford a house was not an attainable goal for us if we had not moved! We most likely would have ended up with a townhome which was not an option for us with our fast growing family. We had researched the area before we moved and Cape Coral met all the needs we were looking for and more!
- Fast Growing
- A+ schools
- Nearby Beaches
- Boating & Fishing
- Extracurricular Activities for the kids (Marching Band, Soccer, baseball, ballet, martial arts, swimming)
- Centrally located to metropolitan areas with an average of 2-3 hours driving distance. (Miami, Tampa, Orlando)
Over the years, we have seen Southwest Florida through its challenging downfall of the real estate industry during it hardest hit years and most recent years of recovering, fast growing and developing into the beautiful Salt Life Living that we have all grown to love & call Home!
There are so many things to do in Cape Coral…
It has its own water park. Sun Splash Family Water Park
There are 39 parks in Cape Coral alone! Boat Ramps are also readily available throughout Cape Coral!
Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve is the second largest preserved green space in Cape Coral with 365 acres of wetland, wildlife sightings, walking trail & seasonal kayak rentals. It is with reason that it has become one of our favorite parks to visit!
Living in Cape Coral has been a dream for us! We have made close friends whom we share marching band parades & concerts with my daughter, recreational soccer cheers with my son and year-round barbecue, pool & beach parties with our loved ones.
For more information how you can live the salt life in Southwest Florida contact me Rebecca Silva at 239-464-2528.