Exclusive Palm Acres Delivers Gulf Access and the Occasional Snook Fish
For the ease of Gulf access and even the occasional Snook fish on your line, you really can’t beat the opportunity to live in exclusive Palm Acres. This waterfront community in South Fort Myers is the kind of neighborhood where all homes sit on canals.
This means deep water, direct sailboat access to the Gulf. The homes of Palm Acres often come with private boat lifts and docks right outside your back door.
Because Palm Acres is only about two miles from the Sanibel Causeway, you can quickly get to the Gulf by boat, and participate in world-class snook fishing, too. Homes in Palm Acres are coveted for their Gulf access, which is highly desired by those in search of a true Southwest Florida, boating lifestyle.
The homes of Palm Acres commonly range from around 1,800 square feet of living space, to sometimes more than 2,500 square feet of space. Homes in this part of Fort Myers tend to be a mix of older and well-established homes, as well as some newer construction, executive homes.
Some of the recently listed homes on the market in Palm Acres include a new construction, luxury home with four-bedrooms and 4.5-baths. This home offers around 3,600 square feet of living space.
On the other hand, there’s a home with around 2,000 square feet of living space on the market that was constructed in the early 1970s. This home includes three-bedrooms, two-baths, and two boat lifts.
You can easily reach the beaches of Sanibel or Bunche Beach from Palm Acres. Other nearby amenities to Palm Acres include a semi-private golf course on Shell Point Boulevard.
There are also some nearby jogging and biking paths along Summerlin Boulevard, and Shell Point. You’ll find Palm Acres about a mile to the north of Summerlin Road in South Fort Myers.