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This Dock Comes Equipped with Lift AND a Condo

Thinking about purchasing a wet slip or dock in Southwest Florida? This slip comes with a 16,000 lb lift and a 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with community pool. So after a long day of fishing or cruising and all that fresh air, you can stumble up to your 1,100 SQFT condo and crash or take a refreshing dip in the pool.

The condo’s dedicated slip can accommodate a 38′ boat without the lift. With the already-in-place 16,000 lb lift, it will accommodate about a 30′ boat.

This Cape Coral, direct (sailboat) access property is located literally just a minute or two from the Caloosahatchee river and is on a wide 200′ canal. No bridges, no locks, no marina fees. Just one low price and low condo association fees, and a place that is your own.

Compare the price and value of this property with slips nearby…..

  • This Beach Parkway condo and its dedicated dock with lift: $199K. Monthly condo association fees $300. No extra fees for dockage.
  • Gulf Harbour 38′ marina slip: $225K. Monthly association fees $250.
  • Sanibel Harbour 30′ dry (rack) slip: $120K. Monthly association fees $250.


Oh, and bear in mind that there is property tax on standalone deeded slips. For example the 2006 taxes on the Gulf Harbour 38′ slip were just over $2000. The 2006 taxes on the Beach Parkway condo with slip (non-homesteaded) were $4500.

Beach Parkway in Cape Coral is a popular location for boaters. It’s close to area shopping, dining, and the wonderful riverfront Jaycee Park is just down the street.


Sound interesting? View more details about this well-priced condo.


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