Archives for December 2011

Sanibel Beaches Aren’t For Everybody

I love the beach, but I’m not a sun-worshipper, nor a beach voyeur. Sometimes Susan and I go to the shore to stroll along the border between earth and sea. Other times we bring chairs, sun umbrella, and a chilled bottle of sauvignon blanc to kick back and unwind. Sanibel’s 15 miles of beaches offer […]

Sanibel’s Incredibly Low PPBM

I have often expressed how peaceful I find Sanibel beaches and how favorably they compare to other locations – but you probably think I’m biased (you’d be right!). So I’ve coined a new statistic for you analytical types: Population Per Beach Mile (PPBM). Divide Sanibel’s low population by our 15 miles of pristine beaches and […]

Video: Living on Sanibel Island

Jane and Bruce are two of my clients who moved full-time to Sanibel over a year ago. Here they discuss their experience moving to Sanibel and what they enjoy about living on the island. This short video (only 3.5 minutes) provides insight on what it is like to move to Sanibel from some folks that […]

Deal Alert: 555 Chert Court, Sanibel

555 Chert Court is one of the best values on Sanibel priced at $414k. This ground level 3/2 is walking distance to the beautiful West Gulf Drive beaches. With some updating and possible addition of a pool, this home would make a fantastic beach vacation get-away, and a good prospect to setup as as a […]

Satellite Images Reveal Sanibel’s Difference

I have visited many coastline communities of Florida and know first-hand that Sanibel’s beauty is unique. Take a quick look at these satellite images from Google of nearby beach destinations and see for yourself how Sanibel is different (note: images are not to scale). Sanibel Island Look at all the green on the island. Over […]

How Dense Are We on Sanibel?

Many of you know that over 60% of Sanibel is pristine conservation land and that no high-rise condos are allowed on our island. These protections keep us surrounded by natural beauty and forever preserve Sanibel’s ‘small town’ character. They have also limited our population density to a mere 182 people per square mile. But do […]