0 A Cozy 0.27-Acre Gem in Lee County, FL, 30 Minutes Away from Fort Myers! – The Cheap Land Sellers
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A Cozy 0.27-Acre Gem in Lee County, FL, 30 Minutes Away from Fort Myers!

This lot offers the perfect spot for your dream home!

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500$ Reserve Now

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Out in the gem that is Lee County of the Sunshine State is a 0.27-acre rough diamond that surrounds itself with nothing but lush fields and tranquility. Snuggled along Sunshine Blvd, this lot offers the perfect spot for your dream home!

Your new property sits just 31 minutes outside downtown Fort Myers – along the banks of Caloosahatchee River. This gem of a city known best for its natural beauty and historical estates serves as a gateway to a stretch of islands including the Sanibel area, known for its famous shelling beaches.

Call now and be a part of this wonderful community!

Property Information

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Lehigh Acres

Parcel #



2501 67th St W Lehigh Acres, FL, 33971


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26.678177, -81.664073

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16.4 ft

Purchase Information/Fees


Document Fee

A additional fee of $399 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.


Closing Fee

A additional fee of $200 to close on this property with the title company


Misc Fee

Other miscellaneous Fee.

Nearby Attractions/City

Harns Marsh

Harns Marsh is located in the eastern portion of Lee County located off of Sunshine Blvd. in Lehigh Acres. In the early 1980’s, LA-MSID transformed the 578-acre farmland into an active stormwater facility helping to filter water and reduce flooding to the Orange River. The water control structures have helped create a lush habitat for snail kites, limpkin and more than 140 species of animals.

Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve

The Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is over 3,500 acres of wetland ecosystem with a Boardwalk trail and Interpretive Center. The cypress slough catches and slowly filters rainwater on its way towards Estero Bay. A myriad of animals like otters, alligators, turtles, wading birds, and more live at the Slough year-round. Others, like migrating birds and butterflies, use the Slough as a feeding area or a winter home.

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