Breathtaking Views of Florida That Are The Perfect End To Your Day
Florida is absolutely gorgeous! The views of the ocean, the wildlife, and best of all, the sunsets. Mother Nature sure knew what she was doing when she created those masterpieces, because the colors alone are enough to make you move here. One of the most consistently beautiful sunsets that we've found are in Marathon, Fl in the Florida Keys. We've compiled a few photos that just might be the perfect end to your day.
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Top Farmers Markets to Visit in Cape Coral, Florida
Looking for Fresh Produce and Local Crafts in the Cape Coral area? We've got the best spots to find them at. Add these to your list of places to check out soon! You're sure to love them as much as we do. Here is a list of the top farmers markets in Cape Coral.
Cape Coral Farmers Market at Cape Harbour
This Farmers Market runs from May - September on Saturdays, 8:00am-1:00pm. It is located in one of Cape Corals best destinations for shopping & dining. Vendors provide the freshest produce, homemade soaps, pickles, breads, guacamole, meats, dog treats and more! Then step inside The French Press nearby and grab a cone of delicious house made artisan gelato, a Norman love chocolate, and an
When I told my friends and family I was moving to Florida I heard the same two things over and over. "Beware of alligators" and "Lucky, you'll get to go to the beach every day!" I've been living in Florida close to three years now and I have yet to see an alligator in the wild, and I far from go to the beach every day. But I have learned a few things along the way that I would have never expected to have had to learn.
1. 78 degrees is perfect.
Up North, during Summer, everyone kept their thermostats set to 72 degrees. Even then sometimes you'd sneak past your mom and crank the AC to 68. In Florida, it's HOT. And I mean hot. So walking from 500 degrees F outside, to a non-muggy, 78 degree home, it feels
September 10, 2017, Florida was hit with Irma, a hurricane that would forever change the lives of many. That much we know, but will it forever change the future of real estate in Florida, as well?
Irma has definitely affected real estate in a short term sense. Deals that were expected to close in September have been delayed due to the storm. However, The New Home Spot didn't see any deals broken which is a great sign for the future. "I've seen a crazy amount of inquiries come through about our Anglers at Sombrero project located in Marathon, FL. People still want to live in paradise but they are recognizing the importance of having a home constructed to handle these types of hurricanes. Our homes in The Keys are on the water, but because we've
It’s indisputable that hurricane Irma effected so many people’s lives in the worst way imaginable. While many were left with no home, others were left with missing family members. Our hearts go out to those families that were deeply affected and we are active and doing our part to help in any area that we can.
There’s a lot of Irma hype filling up our Facebook newsfeeds right now but one article stood out. Realtor.com made a good point in one of their blogs. Here’s a recap:
Michael and Stephany Carr live in Naples in a home built before 2002 building codes. If you know any hurricane history, you know that 3 years after those codes were mandated, Wilma ripped through Florida. Many homes were destroyed
We've all felt it. You get near the ocean and you can start smelling the water, feeling the breeze, tasting the salt in the air. Then, with one deep breath you just feel better. Every stress leaves and you feel present in that moment. You watch the waves crash and the water glide up on the shore, and get lost. It's a much better feeling than getting lost in an ever-updating sea of social media, wouldn't you agree? Science says there is a reason you feel that sort of calmness. Here's why:
Relaxation. The Ocean has been proven to relax the mind and improve creative thinking. So if you've been having writers block, take a trip to sea.
Activity. Living near the water encourages an active life
Orlando is filled with things to do and places to see. It’s a fun place to visit, but what about living there? We’ve sifted through all the rubbish, and came up with 5 actually great neighborhoods in Orlando.
Winter Park. This city is the “old money” of all neighborhoods in Orlando. It was supposedly created for the northern snowbirds (greatamericancountry.com). Spanish moss and cobblestone line this neighborhood. Outside of being known for its money, Winter Park is known for the best farmers markets and bistros around!
College Park. This city got its’ name from naming the streets after higher education (Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc.). College Park is a host for many lakes and is a
If you’ve ever been to the Florida Keys, we know you’ve already pictured the life of relaxation and living care-free. You’ve pictured the sun soaking in to your skin, the sounds of the ocean, and breeze flowing past your face day after day.
Ok, so you’ve pictured it and you want it. What’s the hold up? Why is it not a reality? While it may seem unattainable, we’ll show you why moving to the Florida Keys is actually a smarter move than you may think.
Moving to the Florida Keys doesn't have to mean full time. You can purchase a second home that can pay for itself and generate income. If you're not looking to stay on the islands year-round, renting your home to vacationers might be for you. The Florida Keys have always been a big vacation spot,
The beautiful city of Cape Coral is getting a lot of recognition lately, and rightfully so. Forbes Magazine just named "The Cape" the fastest growing city of 2017. Homes for sale in Cape Coral have been selling in record time, as everyone wants to be a part of the booming Southwest Florida city.
With over 400 miles of winding canals, this city is a boater's heaven. Don't have a boat? No worries! Cape Coral has seven Golf Courses, numerous parks, including Sunsplash Water Park, and great shopping & dining. This is a place to soak up the Florida sun and enjoy life to the fullest. If you're looking for an investment home or even a place to retire. Cape Coral ranks among the top places in the country. Once you see it's neighboring Gulf of Mexico