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About Us

Fine Furniture by Gordon is a family-owned Furniture and Mattress store based in Fort Myers, FL at this location since 1991. Since opening, Fine Furniture by Gordon has served customers in Fort Myers, North Fort Myers, Villas, Cape Coral, Cypress Lake, Iona, San Carlos Park, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres, Venice, Sarasota, Bonita Springs and Punta Gorda with low prices on Furniture and Mattress products and top notch customer service.

Our knowledge of the Furniture and Mattresses we sell sets us high above the competition. We cater to the coastal and tropical setting that Southwest Florida has to offer. Fine Furniture by Gordon is an authorized dealer of such brands as A.R.T. Furniture, American Drew, Braxton Culler, Pulaski Furniture, Universal Furniture, Panama Jack and more. We can help you select your new Furniture and Mattress purchase at any budget.

We offer a full design service to meet your every need. We look forward to seeing you at Fine Furniture by Gordon.


Fort Myers was built in 1850 as a military fort to fend off Seminole Indians that were massacring the area's few settlers. It was named after Col. Abraham C. Myers, who was stationed in Florida for seven years and was the son-in-law of the fort's founder and commander. In 1858, after years of elusive battle, Chief Billy Bowlegs and his warriors were persuaded to surrender and move west, and the fort was abandoned. Billy's Creek, which flows into the Caloosahatchee River and runs between The Beau Rivage Condominiums and Alta Mar, was named after a temporary camp where Billy Bowlegs and his men awaited ships to take them west.

The fort was abandoned until 1863 when a small number of Union troops re-occupied the fort during the Civil War. In 1865 the fort was attacked unsuccessfully by a very small group of Confederates. After the war, the fort was again deserted.

The first settlers arrived in 1866, but it wasn't until 1882 when the city experienced a significant influx of settlers. By 1885, when Fort Myers was incorporated, it was the second largest city only to Tampa on Florida's west coast south of Cedar Key even larger than Clearwater and Sarasota, also growing cities at the time.

Fort Myers first became a nationally known winter resort with the building of The Royal Palm Hotel in 1898. But what really sparked the city's growth was the construction of the Tamiami Trail Bridge built across the Caloosahatchee River in 1924. After the bridge's construction, the city experienced its first real estate boom and many subdivisions sprouted around the city.

Points of interest

* Edison and Ford Winter Estates

* The Lee County Sports Complex in South Fort Myers, which includes Hammond Stadium, home of the Fort Myers Miracle baseball club of the Florida State League, and spring training locale for the Minnesota Twins. The Gulf Coast League Twins also play at the Lee County Sports Complex. The Florida State League will hold the 48th annual Florida State League All-Star Game at Hammond Stadium in June 2009. The league's mid-season classic returns to Fort Myers for the first time since 2003.

* The Boston Red Sox hold their spring training at City of Palms Park close to downtown Fort Myers. It is also home to the Gulf Coast League Red Sox.

* Fort Myers hosts the Florida Everblades ECHL hockey team at Germain Arena, and Florida Firecats af2 arena football.

* For the golfing enthusiast, the Fort Myers Area (Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Estero, Lehigh Acres and Sanibel Island) is home to over 50 of Southwest Florida's renowned 130 public and private golf courses. Florida's great weather combined with the scenic and challenging nature of these courses makes the area an excellent stop for the vacationing golfer.

* The Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium is a private, not-for-profit, environmental education organization. Set on a 105-acre (0.42 km2) site, it has a museum, three nature trails, a planetarium, butterfly and bird aviaries, a gift shop and meeting and picnic areas.

* Historic Downtown, waterfront entertainment district.

* Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) campus is 10 miles to the south.

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