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There are only 3,992 single family homes & duplexes on the island. The City of Sanibel’s 2010 Housing Stock Report “Build-out” projection estimates that by 2025 there will be 4,700 single family homes. Sanibel has reached 85% of the projected “Build-out”.
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These units are City Owned "below market rate housing" and do not come up for sale. Located behind the Village on Wooster Lane, this community consists of 7 duplexes with 14 units.
Metes and Bounds
Mete and Bounds is not a neighborhood. It is a category used to idenify all homes that are not in a neighborhood or association. This community name will show up on many properties, but does not lend itself to this format for sorting and finding new listings. Homes are scattered from Sanibel Captiva Blvd to Periwinkle Way as well as East and West Gulf Drives. Metes and Bounds can also contain homes that have been mis-marked. We have chosen to include it because it is in the tax data and generates many questions.
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Moon Shadows - Moonshadows
Located along Middle Gulf Drive, Moonshadows offers 12 beach front and near beach homes, a community pool, tennis, basketball and deeded beach access. The Sanibel Bike Path runs past the property along Middle Gulf providing access to over 26 miles of shared use paths.
Moon shadows provides homestyle living with condominium convenience. Rentals are not allowed in this beachfront neighborhood.
North Yachtsman Porte
Located on North Yachtsman, these 6 homes share a community pool and tennis court. They are also considered part of Bayside Village.
There are 28 homes in the Palm Lake community. Owners in this lake front neighborhood enjoy deeded beach access located by the Blue Gulf Condominiums. Sanibel beaches along this West Gulf Drive stretch are quiet, uncrowded and peaceful due to the lack of large condominium complexes. Cycling enthusiasts enjoy access to Sanibel's bike path which consist of more than 26 miles of shared use paths.
This is Sanibel's only Trailer Park and camping ground. Built in 1964, the park celebrated its 50th anniversary January 2014. If you are interested in purchasing one of the trailers in the park, you must contact them directly. Realtors in the state of Florida are NOT licensed to sell any type of moveable or mobile home.
Fun Fact: Periwinkle Park has an Aviary with a wide variety of birds including: Parrots, McCaws, Toucans, Ducks, and Swans. They also have Brown & Ring Tail Lemurs. Contact the park for information on visiting the Aviary. Each day there is an opportunity to observe the birds being fed and learn more about their behavior and habitat. You will also find some of the Periwinkle Park birds at Jerry's Supermarket.
Located on Egret Circle just off of Dunlop Road, these homes share a community pool, tennis, basketball area and all share a common nature area with wildlife views. Periwinkle Pines is walking distance to the Sanibel Library, BIG ARTS, and Sunday morning Farmer's Market.
FUN FACT: On Sanibel, the name Periwinkle refers to the small 5 petal flowers which come in a variety of colors and grow naturally here on the islands. Periwinkle Way was named for the small flowers which surrounded the road when it was simply a dirt road connecting the lighthouse to Tarpon Bay Road. In the early days, Island pioneers traveled more by boat than by land and many of the dirt roads were named descriptively.