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1774 Bunting Ln, Sanibel FL 33957
Feel like you're living among the tree tops in this eclectic & artistically designed 3/2 paradise. Backing to conservation lands, this elevated home boasts a fenced yard & pool, 5 decks, large loft, separate office/den, southern exposure, high ceilings & a screened lanai & pool side patio w/ connecting workshop. Home boasts 2100 sq. ft, formal marble foyer entrance, spacious loft w/ abundant natural light & cypress wood detailing, beautiful hardwood floors, & designer wood trim throughout. Spacious kitchen offers custom cabinets, solid surface countertops & two breakfast bars. Large family room adjoins the kitchen for easy entertaining. Guest suites share a private porch. Spacious master bedroom features a private porch, double sinks, walk-in closet & separate tub/shower. Relax in the private yard where the eagles soar & wildlife is abundant & surrounded by a tropical butterfly garden w/ fragrant Frangipani trees & fruit trees. This lovely island retreat is truly paradise found.
  • May 10, 2020
  • 3
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  • 2143
  • Unknown
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  • Ceiling Fan(s),Central Air/Cooling
  • Gumbo Limbo
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  • Tile Floor,Wood Floor
  • Under Bldg
  • Unknown
  • Fiberglass Shingle
  • 1982
  • SANCAP MLS#: 2200399
  • $6,919 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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