At Eden House Gulfside Living is for the Birds - Rare Ones, That is…

Gulfside living isn’t just for people, at Eden House in Fort Myers Beach, you might say it’s also for the birds. Shorebirds such as pelicans, egrets, roseate spoonbills, and herons are commonly drawn to the area, meaning Eden House is a great place for birdwatching, as well as dolphin watching, sailing, or simply admiring the Gulf views.

Eden House sits at the southern tip of Estero Island, but the quiet setting also means you’re never too far away from everything you need and want in Fort Myers Beach. This mid-rise property offers condos with screened-in lanais and direct Gulf views. 

Ranging from around 1,000 square feet of space to 1,900 square feet of space, buyers and renters can generally choose from a two-bedroom unit, but sometimes you will find a unit with more space. A recently listed condo on the market includes two-bedrooms, two-baths, and around 1,100 square feet of living space.

The condo offers a split floorplan with a kitchen breakfast bar, tile flooring, in-unit laundry, and reserved parking for one vehicle. While occasionally condos do come up for sale, rentals are also sometimes possible at Eden House.

As for amenities, the property includes a large sundeck, a beachside swimming pool and spa, a picnic and grilling area, and plenty of parking. A Beach Trolley makes it easy to reach Main Street, Times Square and The Pier.

The location of Eden House is within walking distance or a short drive of area shopping and dining, a golf course, and a marina. The location also means being close to the sand and water, which is of course, a bit part of a Fort Myers Beach lifestyle.

Island life certainly presents the enjoyment of a laid-back, small-town atmosphere. At the same time, it means remaining close enough to the cities of Fort Myers, Sarasota, Naples, and more.

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