Rich history from the Calusa Indian civilization with the 15 shell mounds that remain on the Island to the pirates and entrepreneurs who settled the area. The island was originally named after Captain John F. Horr who used the area as his vacation home and pineapple plantation in the late 1800's. The island has 546 acres with 134 home sites and 375 acres set aside as preserve. Just minutes from all the amenities of the city of Marco Island.
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This information is provided by Colleen Kulikowski, Realtor
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An avid writer and photographer Colleen Kulikowski utilizes these talents to assist her clients in achieving their Real Estate goals. She grew up in Western NY and moved to the Metro NYC area in 1984 where she was a successful consultant in the technology field. She has a diverse background including event management, corporate training and a wealth of computer knowledge focuses in the latest marketing strategies, statistical analysis and logistics for her clients. She has worked for several companies including Radio City Music Hall, Reed Reference Publishing, Nabisco Foods, Key Bank and Marsh & McClennan In 2001 Colleen made Marco Island home until 2007 when she made the Celebration Florida area home.