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$6M waterfront home sale in Cape Coral sets local record

  • By Mark Gordon
  • | 3:00 p.m. November 20, 2023
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The Windward Construction-built home is along 300 feet of seawall.
The Windward Construction-built home is along 300 feet of seawall.
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A custom-designed waterfront home in Cape Coral has set a record for what officials called the highest residential sale ever in the city.  

The home, built by Cape Coral-based Windward Construction, sold for $6.06 million, according to a statement. The Gulf-access home is in Southeast Cape Coral and is built on a large wrap around corner lot, the release adds. The 11,302-square-foot home is on nearly a half-acre lot along 300 feet of seawall with wide-open views of the river.

“This residence reflects our team’s experience, imagination, artisanship, craftsmanship and the ability to bring the homeowner’s vision to life,” Windward Construction Owner Brian Haag says in the release. “We are so pleased that the original homeowners were able to not only enjoy their beautiful home, but also to achieve a high return on their investment on the sale of this magnificent waterfront residence.”

The company built the home under its Kaulua model floor plan. That plan, the release states, features five large bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom. The owner’s retreat was created with privacy, elegance and features an expansive closet, complete with a washer and dryer for convenience. The main living area features a gourmet chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and custom cabinets, the release states. And the kitchen opens to the great room, which, the release states “is the showstopper of the home – featuring a 135-degree disappearing slider door that seamlessly blends the indoor and outdoor living spaces.”  

The outdoor living area offers resort-style amenities and includes a distinctive pool with fire features, a negative-edge waterfall, a Tiki hut, an outdoor kitchen and multiple areas for entertaining or relaxing. 

Windward Director of Sales Jennifer Pentico, with Blue Line Realty of SWFL LLC, worked with the buyer’s agents, Brian and Lisa Vanderbleek with RE/MAX Sunshine and Maxwell Thompson with Premier International Realty, on the closing.



Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon is the managing editor of the Business Observer. He has worked for the Business Observer since 2005. He previously worked for newspapers and magazines in upstate New York, suburban Philadelphia and Jacksonville.

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