CAPE CORAL HOME BUILDERS
A Brief Description of Cape Coral, Florida
Cape Coral was incorporated as a city in 1970, but the roots go back to the late 1950s. It currently boasts a population of 200,000 people, making it the largest city in Lee County. The County Seat of Fort Myers can be accessed via either the Cape Coral Bridge, or the Midpoint Bridge, over the Caloosahatchee River.
Though it has been incorporated for more than 50 years, Cape Coral has been built out less than halfway. That leaves more than half of the city open to new homes.
A new home in Cape Coral fits nicely with the 265+ days of sunshine, 400 miles of canals, and blissful Florida lifestyle. Why? Because even with 200,000 people, Cape Coral is still less than halfway built out! That means this waterfront wonderland boasts acres of space remaining for your new home in the Cape.
The quality of life here features an abundance of amenities inclusive of a long list of festivals and events, superb boating, and nearness to beaches to round out living in a special Coconut Bay home.
Cape Coral Custom Home Builders
Coconut Bay Construction offers a wide range of floor plans, which may be customized with special Southwest Florida touches. A few examples of these special touches include things such as an enclosed lanai (porch or veranda), open floor plan, or an expansive master suite.
If you select a custom home in any of the variety of communities available in Cape Coral, the professionals at Coconut Bay will be there to guide you throughout the entire process. This process includes things such as selecting floor plans, finishes, and materials. When added together, these things will help create a home that is reflective of your own unique style.
A Builder That Keeps the Environment in Mind
Coconut Bay applies environmentally friendly construction techniques designed specifically for Cape Coral’s tropical climate. This includes ecosystem responsive materials that fit the environment, as well as an energy-efficient HVAC system, and insulation. We also use programmable thermostats, energy-efficient double-paned windows with vinyl frames, and ENERGY STAR compliant appliances. Outside the home, we use native Southwest Florida landscaping, which optimizes water conservation. It also leaves an attractive outdoor footprint for your new custom home.