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These homes on Coconut Drive are in the Santiva area of Sanibel. Santiva is an area which is located on the Northern tip of Sanibel almost to Captiva. Owners enjoy easy access to the Captiva Village and the great shops and restaurants found there as well as those in the Santiva area like the Mad Hatters, Lazy Flamingo, Sunset Grill, and more.
These homes are located on Rabbit Road near the beach.
Fun Fact: Many of Sanibel's roads were named by island pioneers informally to help define long stretches of crushed shell and dirt roads. The names came primarily from their function or were descriptive in nature. Rabbit Road was known to have a large population of rabbits that were usually spotted along the road side.
This small 8 home neighborhood is located near the beach on Old Trail Road. Owners enjoy convenient location near shops, dining and services in the heart of the islands.
These homes are located along Dixie Beach and enjoy mid island convenience.
FUN FACT: Woodring Point is rich in Sanibel history. Sam B. and Anna Woodring were Sanibel homesteaders in 1888 and their family descendants still live on the point. Sam Woodring Sr. discovered Sanibel while serving in the Civil War. Their daughter Flora Sanibel Woodring Morris was born on Sanibel and married John Morris. Morris cultivated and grew Mangoes in the Iona area, and became a Lee County Commissioner. Sam and Anna's son Sam Woodring Jr. was an accomplished fishing guide, generous supporter of many island projects including the Sanibel Community House, and he was a major supplier of bootleg spirits during the prohibition era. Sam Jr. married Esperanza Woodring who was born on Cayo Costa (a small island north of Upper Captiva) in 1901. After Sam Jr. passed, Esperanza continued their fishing guide business into the 80's. Ralph Woodring, grandson of homesteader Sam Woodring Sr. still resides in the family homestead on Woodring Point. The point was acquired by the Ding Darling Wildlife Preserve in 2013, and the Woodring Family will reside there with a life lease.
This small set of homes on Sanibel's East End offer direct access to the open water's of the Gulf of Mexico. The Sanibel bike path is at your door and many shops and restaurants in Old Town Sanibel are just a short stroll or bike ride away. Yachtsman Cove also offers easy off island access.