St. Charles Harbour-- the boating lifestyle at its finest

St. Charles Harbour Yacht Club
St. Charles Harbour Yacht Club

For the benefit of a premiere boating lifestyle at its finest, consider making the move to St. Charles Harbour. Set right alongside the Caloosahatchee River, this South Fort Myers community is spread out over nearly 150 acres of lakes, waterways and natural woodland preserves.

The guard-gated community is additionally home to dozens of stunning executive-style homes, many of which are custom-built designs. Buyers have their choice of living right on the waterfront with a private dock or enjoying a home with peaceful, preserve views.

Home to St Charles Harbour and Yacht Club, the community also offers a shared boat lift, boat dock and a protected harbor. The active boating and social club is membership-optional, with planned social events, community cruises and on-site dining possibilities.

The property additionally offers a swimming pool, tennis and access to Shell Point Golf Club for added fun and recreation. Of course, for many living in Saint Charles Harbour, much of the allure is the property’s upscale boating lifestyle.

The sophisticated community offers up the enjoyment of deep-water boating access from its marina, which leads on to the Intracoastal. While the boating lifestyle is certainly appreciated, many of the homes in Saint Charles Harbour are just as impressive.

While some homes in the community are priced under $1 million, there are other homes in Saint Charles Harbour priced in the multi-million-dollar range. Primarily constructed in the 1990s and 2000s, homes in this community typically range from around 3,000 to more than 8,000 square feet in size. New buyers in St. Charles Harbour are also treated to open floor plans and exceptional outdoor living and entertaining space. From oversized master suites to gourmet island kitchens, heated swimming pools, outdoor kitchens and spacious lanais, you’ll find a full range of luxury possibilities can be yours living in St Charles Harbour.

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