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Neal Communities announces grand opening of Tide Marsh

Neal Communities’ Heritage home model inside Tide Marsh off Winkler Road in Fort Myers. Neal Communities recently announced the grand opening of the 63-home community.
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FORT MYERS, Fla. – Neal Communities, Southwest Florida’s premier private homebuilder, is celebrating the grand opening of its Tide Marsh neighborhood in Fort Myers. This small boutique community offers a coastal and island architectural theme and features 63 homesites.

The homebuilder started offering pre-sales in late April and has sold already over 10 homes. Many of Neal Communities’ best-selling, designer-decorated plans are already in-progress with all-in pricing starting in the mid $500s.The gated community offers both one-story and two-story floor plans from Neal Communities’ Cruise and Celebration series. The homes range from 1,531 to 3,014 square feet. Two models are available for tours.

There is no community development district (CDD), which means no added district fees to live in this tranquil gated community.

Tide Marsh is situated close to Estero Bay Preserve State Park and features a quiet setting for homeowners off Winkler Road. With its location west of I-75 and U.S. 41, the community offers easy access to downtown Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach and a range of retailers, restaurants and medical providers.

“We are thrilled to announce the grand opening of Tide Marsh,” said Tim Oak, who is president of the south region of Neal Communities. “Tide Marsh is close to golf courses, parks and preserves ideal for hiking and wildlife watching. It’s also just a short drive to the world renown beaches on Sanibel Island and the beautiful Fort Myers Beach.”

Book an appointment to speak with a Neal Communities expert today. Call (239) 360-3450 or visit www.nealcommunities.com/new-homes/tide-marsh.

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