|Published:||Apr 18, 2013 3:38 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Apr 18, 2013 7:01 PM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla.,- Tucked away on the waters of the Caloosahatchee, just west of I-75, is a an island for sale.
"It's a really unique island, it has utilities on it, both electric and phone, and a utility easement so future utilities can be brought onto the island," said Realtor Matthew Gray.
A three bedroom, three bath home and two guest houses are nestled behind a wall of trees.
The home itself comes in at almost 3,000 square feet and is approved for a marina.
"There's just nothing like that in the area, the amount of land there number one, you can't find anything like that in the river," said Gray.
Matthew Gray is the realtor trying to sell the island.
"The owners have had it for quite sometime, enjoyed it for a long time, I think they are just up there in age and they would like to see somebody else enjoy the island."
Gray says it can be yours for four million dollars.
"I don't think it's going to stay out there for a whole lot longer, it's a price tag that the right person is going to have to come along if the right person wants to buy it," Gray told WINK.
Joanne Semmer, President of Ostego Bay Environmental says this island is filled with a wealth of history.
"We found survey reports from as early as 1913 that said there was a cabin on the side and two acres were under cultivation."
The first owners of "Beautiful Island" bought it in 1920.
Becoming the next island's owner is easy, the information is below.
Matt D. Gray
Century 21 Tri Power Realty
2001 Estero Blvd.
Fort Myers Beach, Fl 33931
Primary: 239-940-7767 secondary: 239-463-3400
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