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1764 Bunting Ln, Sanibel FL 33957
Located on a large lot in the popular Gumbo Limbo neighborhood this 2 bedroom 2 bath home has much to offer. Upon entering, you are greeted by a spacious open concept living room and kitchen with vaulted ceilings and attractive beam work. Sliding doors from the living and dining areas welcome you to a private screened porch overlooking lush vegetation and conservation land where you may catch a glimpse of a nesting eagle. The master bedroom has a private deck - perfect for viewing the abundant wildlife - and an ensuite bath and walk-in-closet. Expansive second floor loft offers many possibilities from extra sleeping space to an office or a family room. Multiple covered parking spaces and abundant storage round out this home’s must haves. Added features include all impact doors and windows and updated kitchen cabinetry. Located close to shops and restaurants and many island amenities. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of paradise!
  • November 5, 2020
  • 2
  • 2
  • 0
  • 1622
  • Unknown
  • Unknown
  • Ceiling Fan(s),Central Air/Cooling
  • Gumbo Limbo
  • Unknown
  • Carpet,Tile Floor
  • 2+ Carport,Under Bldg
  • Unknown
  • Fiberglass Shingle
  • 1979
  • SANCAP MLS#: 2200917
  • $4,767 for tax year 2019

Gumbo Limbo

Gumbo Limbo is one of Sanibel's larger neighborhoods with 173 home sites. The neighborhood is located north of Periwinkle Way just west of Dixie Beach Road. Owners enjoy this convenient location for many reasons. Situated in the "Heart of Sanibel" everything is close at hand: the Causeway is close, you can bike to the grocery store and the bank as well as several shops & restaurants.

HOA Information: Gumbo Limbo has a Home Owners Association with an annual fee. Contact us for current HOA Fees.

If you are interested in Sanibel Island homes for sale in Gumbo Limbo, or similar areas, Contact Us.

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Fun Fact: Native to Florida, the Gumbo Limbo tree is comically reffed to as the Tourist Tree because the trees bark is red and peeling like that of a newly sunburned tourist. Also known to be very wind resistant, the tree is found throughout the islands. Birds feed on the seed coat of the Gumbo Limbo for its high lipid content. The name Gumbo came from the tree's sap which has many uses including glue, varnish and incense.

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