Carol Stewart and her husband Doug are longtime residents of Boca Grande and are raising their teen boys here. This has enabled Carol to experience first-hand the dynamics of the community; including its school systems, rich history and the changes that have occurred in this coastal region. She offers an exceptional level of market knowledge as part of her accomplished background in Gasparilla Island real estate. Carol is a top producing Realtor in Boca Grande with over 25 years specializing in beachfront properties and was just recently ranked the #1 Realtor at Michael Saunders and Company for 2016.
Carol served on the Island School Board for five years and served two years on the Island School Foundation. She has been recognized annually as an “Exceptional Realtor" by the Women’s Council of Realtors since 2009 and is a recipient of the Michael Saunders and Company 2014 and 2015 Founder’s Award. The Boca Grande Chamber of Commerce honored Carol’s tenure as a five-year serving director, with two of those years as the Chamber’s president. Carol currently serves as a director of Lemon Bay Baseball Boosters, a local non-profit which supports the high school baseball team.
Carol enjoys fishing the local waters surrounding Boca Grande; joining her husband, well-known fishing guide Captain Doug Stewart, and their sons Tanner and Flynn. In 2005, she trained for then reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania with two of her siblings.
Carol Stewart works in Boca Grande which has a population of 1,122. Boca Grande has a household income of $130,488. The educational attainment of residents of Boca Grande includes 91.42% of adults who have at least a college degree. Residents in Boca Grande will typically attend school in Lee School District.