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Fort Myers, Florida Lovely Riverside Home for Sale
3225 Riverside Dr., Unit #24B Fort Myers, Florida 33916
Tourist-magnet Fort Myers sits along the wide inland waterway Caloosahatchee River in southwestern Florida and is the setting for this lovely first flooor corner condominium in a colorful riverfront building called River Garden. The home has two bedrooms, two baths, 875 square feet and was built in 1966. The asking price is $239,000.
River Garden is well manicured and has six buildings, each two stories tall with a blue/green exterior. Only 48 homes are in the entire community. New roofs were installed in 2022 and the seawall was reinforced in 2018. A nice grassy area about 50 feet wide is between the building and the water.
Inside, the floors are pinkish tile; the walls are gray with white trim and the ceiling is white. In the living room is a large built-in TV stand, with possibly an electric fireplace beneath it. The sunroom off the living area is lined with windows, some facing a green space and some facing the river, offering gorgeous views.
The sumptuous kitchen features wood cabinetry, matching tile floors, black and stainless steel General Electric appliances and black speckled granite countertops. The ceiling is copper.
One bedroom has a sliding barn door and two windows with water views. Both baths are all white. One features a white/gray marble vanity and a clawfoot bathtub; the other has a walk-in shower.
Stylish black and white ceiling fans are thoughout the home. The air conditioning is is centalized.
Community amenities include a clubhouse, laundry facilities and a wooden boat dock.
The HOA fee is $510 per month and covers lawn maintenance, pest control, exterior mainteiance, water and more.
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Fort Myers, Florida:
On the southern Gulf Coast of Florida, Fort Myers (population 85,000) started out in the early-1840s as a trading fort. Today it is known for its gorgeous beaches, palm-lined streets, historical estates, charming downtown and many golf courses. Tourists and retirees love this place.
Many vacationers come to visit the magnificent Edison and Ford Winter Estates (museum and botanic gardens), the Butterfly Estates (butterfly conservatory) and the Burroughs Home and Gardens (elegant historic residence). They also come for the lively River District and its brick streets lined with eateries, pubs, craft breweries, theaters, cabarets and more.
Nearby Fort Myers Beach is a seven-mile-long strip of sparkling white sand dotted with colorful restaurants and bars. Across the bay, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island beckon and might be two of the nation's best shelling beaches. In and around Fort Myers are also miles of freshwater and saltwater channels for boating, fishing and toe-dipping.
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