Old McGregor

Inspired by the traditional winter properties of Henry Ford and Tomas Edison, Old Fort Myers is a landmark that combines the classiness of McGregor Boulevard and the timeless allure of many distinctive neighborhoods that date back to the 20th century. These neighborhoods were built during the times of Edison, Ford, and Firestone who all left their mark and added to the classic charm that attracts many visitors from all corners of America and abroad.

The Fort Myers Country Club is just another distinctive landmark of the McGregor Boulevard. Designed by the renowned architect Donald Ross, the country club boasts itself in being one of the oldest of its kind in Southwest Florida region. All the amenities (main roads, restaurants, shops) are only a few minutes accessible from the Old Ford Myers.

The areas of Old Fort Myers are McGregor Boulevard North of College Parkway and the more historic areas begin North of Colonial Blvd all through to the Edison Home near Downtown Fort Myers.

Neighborhood characteristics:

  • Beautiful Royal Palm trees line McGregor Blvd
  • Riverfront luxury estate
  • Old Florida style ranch homes
  • Quick access to Downtown and the Beaches

 

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