Englewood Real Estate
Englewood real estate offers opportunities for families and retirees who enjoy its Gulf Coast beauty, laid-back attitude and affordable home buying opportunities.
Interestingly, this this 9.8 square mile land area was founded in the late 1800s by three brothers from Englewood, Illinois who were in the lemon grove industry and named the community after their home town.
A walk down Dearborn street showcases some of the original buildings from this era. The Chamber of Commerce does a terrific job of managing resources to stimulate business growth and participates in community activities to make the quality of life better. It is also referred to as the Cape Hazel peninsula because it resides on Lemon Bay and on a barrier island called Manasota Key which is off the Gulf of Mexico.
White sandy tropical-looking beaches and mild climate best sum up the atmosphere of living here.
Real estate in Englewood FL offers buyers opportunities to purchase great properties at affordable prices.
Englewood Real Estate for Sale What Will YOU Find?
Whether you are interested in a luxurious gulf waterfront villa, a beach condo, or a Old Florida Spanish-Style home, you will find a variety of choices in varied neighbors and pockets of homes currently listed on the MLS. Seasonal and weekly vacation rentals are also available.
Englewood real estate owners relish living within a community that exhumes “old time charm” that is very reminiscent of an old Florida past.
Residents and tourists alike love beach-combing for fossils and shark teeth along Lemon Bay beaches. One of the things that people also appreciate about Lemon Bay is the fact that it still kept “Olde Florida” with having natural beaches and no over development of huge high rise condo buildings.
This is heaven for anglers for pristine fishing is all around you in Lemon Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and even Stump Pass. It is famous for sought-after fish such as grouper, tarpon, redfish, snook, kingfish and about 20 other species.
Other popular community pastimes include taking in picturesque sunsets and recreational activities such as jet skiing, nature walks, and swimming. This waterfront community also hosts cultural events all year around, has outdoor parks that host concerts and 6 golf courses that will challenge even the pros. There is no shortage of nightlife and entertainment in.
The area known as Historic Olde Englewood, which is found on Dearborn Street, is a destination full of people and life which is widespread with visitors and townies. A plethora of antique stores, restaurants, art galleries, and other touristy shops can be found here. In addition this community is also full of churches, schools, medical facilities and all the comforts of modern-day living.
From a geographical perspective, it is the most western part of Charlotte County’s boundary located 50 miles north of Fort Myers, 85 miles south of Tampa, and only an hour south of Sarasota. If you fly anywhere, there are 3 major airports within a 1.5 hours drive: Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ), Tampa International Airport (TPA), and Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers.
Beaches, beaches, beaches!!!
It has over 27 miles of uncrowded beaches stretching from Lemon Bay to Manasota Key and to Boca Grande a little further south. The most popular Englewood beaches are the following: Manasota Beach, Stump Pass Beach State Park, Middle Beach, and Chadwick Park.
Real Estate in Englewood FL Neighborhood Profile
Contact a Five Star Realty Englewood real estate agent to learn more about why people love owning real estate and living in this community. We are here to answer all of your questions.