Hidden away on Demere Key, just north of Ft. Myers and near Pine Island, is a house covered in seashells.
The story is that a man named Phil Demere built a lodge many years ago and decorated it with whelk shells used from the Calusa Indian shell mounds. Every part of the structure is covered with shells – the walls, patios, fences and tree borders. He named the place “Sea Grape Lodge” and tourists used to flock there to enjoy the peaceful tropical atmosphere and his good cooking.
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