Most Expensive Home Sold In Fort Myers!

A 14,000-square-foot chateau on the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers sold without much fanfare for $5.75 million — the most elevated cost paid in the city for a solitary family home in the previous 10 years. 
Trae Zipperer of John R. Wood Island Real Estate, who spoke to merchant Douglas Traina, said the deal to an undisclosed purchaser indicates the revival of the city's market for high-end homes. 

"I suppose individuals are set to take a gander at the deal and say, 'It's Ok to purchase my dream home today,'" Zipperer said. 
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Traina purchased the house at 5674 Shaddelee Lane in 2004 for $4.25 million from giver Richard Neslund, who had obtained it for $5,167,000 in 2002 from designer O.j. Buigas and his wife Janet — who had purchased it from James and Linda Walters for $1.8 million in 1998. 

The unsurpassed record for a house sold in Fort Myers is the $8 million Neslund paid Oct. 31, 2003, for a house on Longwater Chase Court in the lavish Gulf Harbour advancement on the waterway. 

Be that as it may two years after the fact, the business maxed out and after that unexpectedly crashed at the close of 2005. Previous Wci Communities Ceo Al Hoffman sold his own Longwater Chase home to Ac-Dc bassist Cliff Williams for $5.1 million in 2010. 

In any case that was an uncommon high spot in the for the most part distressing market that accompanied the bust. 

Michael Polly, Royal Shell Real Estate's Vp of real estate operations, said later deal numbers in Fort Myers demonstrate the dry season has finished. Search Fort Myers Real Estate

There have been 41 homes sold in Lee County in 2013 for $2 million or more, up 21 percent from 34 deals the same time in the previous year.
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