Southwest Florida is rich with history dating back to the turn of the 20th century. Thomas Edison and Henry Ford were / are known for their homes and laboratory on McGregor Blvd. a few blocks southwest of Downtown Fort Myers. McGregor Blvd. running from Downtown towards Sanibel Island has an incredible amount of homes dating back to the 20's to what I call the Jetson's 50's and 60's. Heading Northeast on Palm Beach Blvd. will bring you into old neighborhoods full of the same. You'll find Sears and Roebuck Homes that used to come in kits, 1920's bungalows, Spanish Colonial, Art Deco, and a variety of interesting old homes. Downtown Fort Myers has great historical buildings too from the Walter Langford House, The Old Railroad Depot, The Edison Theatre, The Burroughs House, Earnhardt Building, The Courthouse, Old Post Office, Collier Arcade, Patio De Leon, and more, and more. I love Fort Myers History and I love the Old Buildings. I've had a passion for saving and restoring old homes and buildings since college in the 90's. I always welcome the challenges and honor of historical preservation.