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Marina Villas introduced at Cape Harbour

February 21, 2020
By CHUCK BALLARO ( , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

A new waterfront development at Cape Harbour is expected to raise the bar regarding high-end living with a boating lifestyle, and people in the community are already interested.

Marina Villas at Cape Harbour is a boutique luxury development inside one of Cape Coral's most luxurious marinas. Last Thursday, Cape Harbour residents got a first look at the planned first stage of the development before opening to the public on Friday.

Daniel Lopez, a partner with Waterstone Builders, the developer for the project, said they will build 24 town homes, most of them on the waterfront, with one-, two- and three-story townhouses.

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An artist’s rendering of the Marina Villas at Cape Harbour.

"We fell in love with what we found here and the general feeling of living here," Lopez said. "We bought it because we thought the lifestyle was unparalleled. You have the shops and restaurants, it's high end and active. It's a very pleasant lifestyle."

Rosa Schechter, another partner, said she was excited that so many people from the community showed up.

"The feedback I've gotten so far is very positive. They like what we're doing here. We develop all over the state and we fell in love with Cape Harbour and the access to the water," Schechter said. "It gives people something that is very unique and provides a great lifestyle."

Those on the water, typically one-story homes, will come with an assigned dock. Those not on the water will be three-story homes, offering water views for each one.

The price range will start at $319,000 for the three-story non-waterfront townhouses to almost $1 million for the single-story villas right on the water.

Annette Barbaccia, a sales associate for Miloff-Aubuchon Realty Group, the exclusive broker for the project, said the developer wanted residents to have the first crack at the sites.

"We're going to have a lottery for the villas and the three-story townhouses. When the houses are ready to go up, the developers will expect those interested to sign a contract," Barbaccia said. "We already have a half-dozen reservations, so we encourage people who are interested to come down because there may not be many remaining. The properties sell themselves here."

Jeff Miloff of Miloff-Aubuchon Realty Group said he was thrilled by the initial reaction and interest for Marina Villas.

"There are a lot of people who want to be in this development, with the amenities they have, there isn't much left of this in Florida, so this is a great opportunity," Miloff said.

It will be the first of three phases for this development. The second phase will involve about 116 homes with pretty much the same type of homes. Lopez said he was not sure of what the third phase would hold.

There is no timeframe for the start of the second phase.



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