Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, January 2, 2017 at 6:02:16 PM By Mark Washburn / January 2, 2017 Comment
With some of the most affordable waterfront properties in Southwest Florida, Cape Coral provides an ideal location, with the advantage of living right along a canal, perfect for a boating lifestyle. Sometimes referred to as the “Venice of America”, the canals of Cape Coral come with either freshwater or saltwater, meaning they either have Gulf access or are connected to a network of basins and lakes that provide for superb freshwater fishing. About half of Cape Coral lots are waterfront, on a canal, the Caloosahatchee River or a lake. Additionally, around half of the community’s hundreds of miles of canals provide indirect or even direct boating access to the Gulf, via Matlacha Pass or the river. It’s really no wonder, then, that Cape Coral is said to have more boats per capita than another other U.S. city. In fact, those who don’t own their own boats can easily rent them here, whether you choose from one of the many jet skis or houseboats available at a marina or take a kayak out on the water at Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve. You’re sure to find some of the best, unrestricted sailboat access in the southwest portion of Cape Coral. The run to open Gulf of Mexico water is the shortest here, plus the canals are deep and wide. This is near Tarpon Point Marina and Cape Harbour, also the site of boat rentals, wet and dry slips, restaurants and a marina. Many homeowners, though, choose to dock their boats behind their homes. The numerous canals make this possible, with several affordable properties including direct sailboat access. As the canals are often 80-feet wide or larger, it makes it possible to house large boats just steps from your back door. The waterways of the community are what mark Cape Coral as a unique community. Bordered on three sides by water, the city continues to attract new residents, many coming in search of an exclusive, waterfront lifestyle, with various home sites right along the canals.
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