A 1.28-acre buildable vacant home site within South Seas Island Resort at 925 South Seas Plantation Rd., recently closed for $5.6 million. The sale represents the highest Gulf-front vacant land sale to date on Captiva Island, according to John R. Wood Properties. The excavated property, marketed by LeAne Taylor Suarez, Vice President and Broker of John R. Wood Properties’ Captiva Island office, includes more than 130 feet of Gulf frontage.
“This location is such that the buyer will experience a true island lifestyle,” said Suarez. “It is a perfect, exclusive place to witness beautiful sunsets, enjoy long beach walks, indulge in fabulous shelling, and enjoy resort amenities with a private membership.”
The property closed for 95% of the list price and was on the market for 200 days.
About John R. Wood Properties
John R. Wood Properties is the oldest major real estate brokerage in southwest Florida, having been founded in 1958. For five years in a row, it has held the #1 market share in the two-county SWFL area that includes Collier and Lee counties. More than a local brand, it is a highly revered organization with over 60 years of industry and market experience offering best-in-class training and data resources for agents, broad international exposure to buyers, and highly-focused luxury marketing resources that drive results for sellers.
The Captiva Island office is located at 11513 Andy Rosse Lane #B-3. For more information, visit LeAne Suarez Group or call 239- 872-1632.