Fort Myers Beach Real Estate

Located in southern Florida along the Gulf Coast, Fort Myers Beach is a small coastal town with warm, sunny weather throughout the year. The city has a population of just under 7,000 and is part of the Fort Myers metro area. With its tropical climate and relaxed atmosphere, Fort Myers Beach have become a popular home for retirees. Fort Myers Beach is also a popular destination for artists, with a larger than average proportion of the population working in the fields or art and design.

Local Real Estate

With a median home value of $400,400, Fort Myers Beach is one of the most expensive places to live in the state of Florida. Home values have risen significantly since 2000, and this trend will likely continue into the future. Buyers will find single-family homes in Cratfsman, Mediterranean, and mid-century styles. Popular neighborhoods include Palm Isles, Palmetto, and Gulf Harbor.


There are only two public schools located in Fort Myers Beach, with many students attending schools in other towns in the Lee County School District. Fort Myers Beach Elementary School gains high ratings from parents. Amikids Southwest Florida is a small, alternative school that serves students in grades 6 - 12.


Fort Myers Beach is located on Estero Island, which offers seven miles of beautiful, sandy coastline. Residents and visitors alike enjoy fishing, boating, kayaking, and other watersports. There are a number of companies that provide dolphin-watching tours and sunset cruises. Lovers Key State Park is a great spot for biking or hiking on a sunny day. Bowditch Point Park gives residents access to a safe, family-friendly beach.

The area is home a number of annual festivals, including the Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival, which occurs every March. The American Sandsculpting Championship and Beach Festival is held in November. This competition is one of the largest of its kind in the United States and draws participants from around the country.

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