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Sales Center:

15040 Sea Crest Blvd Fort Myers, FL 33919
239-313-7639

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Sales Team:

Cathy Stefanuk
239-313-7639

Paul Battaglia
239-313-7639

Sales Center Hours:

  • Sunday:12:00PM to 6:00PM
  • Monday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Tuesday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Wednesday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Thursday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Friday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Saturday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
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    About Tortuga

    Caribbean Inspired Coach Homes and Twin Villas: Tortuga by Taylor Morrison is a 46.9-acre community, including five acres of lakes and more than five acres of preserves, located in Fort Myers. This new community features Bermudan architectural influences, lush landscaping, and a spectacular Island Club that will offer carefree Florida living in our twin villas and coach homes. We're located just minutes from Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach. Tortuga Sales Model: 239-313-7639

     

    A Guide to Fort Myers
    Fort Myers, Florida, also known has the City of Palms, has a number of points of interest. Climate is one of the best reasons for living at Fort Myers. The average highs range from 74 to 91 with the lows ranging from 53 to 75. This means that the average highs in the winder are 74 to 76 degrees while everyone else is worried about snow and ice in the winter, a Fort Myers resident is in sandals and shorts.

    Water is a wonderful part of living in Fort Myers. Located on the west side of Florida, Fort Myers is just a few miles of the Gulf of Mexico. Nearly a fifth of Fort Myers’ land is water, primarily along the widening Caloosahatchee River as it before spilling into the Gulf. Boating swimming and beaches are varied and easily accessed. The Fort Myers Yacht Basin has a large collection of docks with an average of six feet of water only 15 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. Recently awarded Clean Marina honors, and within walking distance of a number of restaurants and other activities, there is almost no current in or around the marina.

    Fort Myers has a history as a winter destination. Thomas Edison built a large winter retreat along the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers, soon after his friend Henry Ford purchased the home next door. They are now part of a 17-acre site with museum and botanical gardens.

    There is also the Southwest Florida History Museum. The museum houses a number of exhibits showing the history of the area, starting with an extensive exhibit of Paleolithic exhibit of skeletons from Florida. Separate exhibitsfeature the Calusa Indians who built extensively and altered waterways, Seminole Indians and Spanish Explorers. There are also exhibits on various economic aspects of the area including sugar cane, cattle and citrus industries.

    Fort Myers is a key destination for baseball fans. Both the Minnesota Twins and the Boston Red Sox spend their spring training in Fort Myers. The Red Sox have a new ballpark, opening in 2012, and discussions are ongoing to fill City of Palms, their old park. Hammond Stadium, the spring training home of the Minnesota Twins, also is home to the Gulf Coast Twins, a rookie single A league team, and the Fort Myers Miracle, a Florida League single A team. Both teams are associated with the Twins. A fourth park, Terry Park, is currently not in use, but was home to the Philadelphia Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cleveland Indians, and Kansas City Royals at various times.

    The River District is a wonderful benefit to anyone living in or visiting Fort Myers. Started in 1986, the River District. Redesigned with brick streets and building fronts, historic lighting, dozens of unique shops and restaurants, a farmer’s market and an active waterfront, Fort Myers’ River District is a bustling area that has won numerous awards for restoration, beautification and design. The first Friday of every month features an Art Walk, featuring a number of galleries while the third Friday of each month has a MusicWalk with street performers ranging from folk music to indie rock.

    The Imaginarium Hands on Museum and Aquarium offers a wide variety of programs and activities for children of all ages. There are hands on exhibits for science and motion, Dino digs, weather, sports science. There is also an animal lab, hands on aquarium, and they show 3Dmovies.

    Real estate prices in Fort Myers are very low presently. The average selling price for a home in Fort Myers is around $120,000. This is down more than $400,000 from their peak in 2006. There are also significant numbers of properties listed, so it is a buyers market presently.

    Golfers of all skill levels can enjoy Fort Myers. There are fifteen beautiful golf courses within the city limits and dozensmore in the surrounding cities. There are a number of public courses, semi-private and private courses, and executive courses, ranging frompar 3’s to championship courses.

    A number of state parks, recreation areas, and animal refuges surround Fort Myers. Estero Bay Preserve State Park and Mound Key Archaeological State Park both have facilities for fishing, boating and kayaking, hiking and bicycling, as well as the opportunity for watching wildlife. Just a little farther CharlotteHarbor Preserve State Park is limited to boating, kayaking, and canoeingas well as fishing, while Cayo Costa offers everything from hiking to boating to snorkeling as well as restaurants and cabin rental.


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