An exclusive collection of custom estate homes is available for new homebuyers within the desirable community of Talis Park. Located in North Naples, the collection of luxury homes is priced from around $1.3 million to upwards of $4.8 million.
Only about half of the overall 13 home sites within the community’s Firenze neighborhood are still available. This gated neighborhood of estate homes provides the luxury of more than one-acre home sites, with expansive views of the lakes and fairways.
As well, the neighborhood also sits close to the Talis Park Great Lawn, as well as the spa, fitness center and dining options of the Vyne House clubhouse. The remaining home sites within Firenze are both developer and builder-owned, ready for new buyers to help
Another big name has just been added to the already exclusive selection of featured homebuilders in Fiddler’s Creek. Pulte Homes recently signed on to construct homes within Amaranda at Fiddler’s Creek, gaining 71 home sites within the single-family village of homes.
The company expects to begin sales of its homes sometime in January, with plans underway right away for the first Pulte model home in the community. Pulte expects to include floor plans of around 1,600 to 3,000 square feet in the village of Amaranda, each featuring an open floor plan and priced from the $500,000s. In all, Pulte will offer three different single-family home designs for new homebuyers to choose from in Amaranda.
The desirable location will allow new homebuyers to be part of
Beverly Hills is well known as one of the most famous zip codes in the nation, but it seems Naples certainly holds its own when it comes to prestige. Noted for its fabulous beaches and beautiful homes, Naples is also the place where you’ll also find some of the most expensive real estate.
According to property research from the website PropertyShark, Naples ranks in the top ten when it comes to Florida’s most expensive zip codes. Zip code 34102 in Naples comes in at number six on the list, with many of the locations all enjoying waterfront views and easy coastal access.
More specifically, the 34102 zip code registers back to tony Port Royal, where luxury homes are the standard and vacant lots alone often command multi-million dollar price points.
Offering up the luxury of an urban lifestyle, The Residences at Coconut Point serve up some desirable options for prospective condo owners in Naples. Creatively integrated into Coconut Point Mall, some of the sophisticated homes sit above the numerous upscale retailers and office space.
The unique location allows residents to walk to an array of popular shops, restaurants and clubs in the area. As well, there are also some office buildings that exist within the larger development, making it easy for residents to live, work and play all in one convenient location.
Residential options generally range from around 1,000 to 2,200 square feet in size, with about two-dozen different floor plans to choose from, featuring one-, two- and three-bedroom designs. The
Construction hasn’t even begun yet, but already the third phase of Naples Square is seeing strong sales. Recently, purchase agreements surpassed $30 million, though actual construction of the units won’t begin until sometime later this year.
Phase III calls for condos ranging from 1,400 to 3,200 square feet in size, including one- and two-story designs. With two- and three-bedroom plus a den floor plans, the future residences also call for open-air terraces. As well, the homes will supply designer kitchens and high ceilings.
Available amenities include access to a redesigned amenity deck, complete with a large swimming pool and pool deck. As well a terrace and clubroom open up to the area, with room for billiards, a fire pit and a bar. Other extras
When it comes to stretching your retirement income, it seems Collier County is nearly at the top of the list for places to live. According to a recently released ranking from the personal finance website SmartAsset.com, Collier County is one of the top counties in the state in terms of how far Social Security reaches.
The region ranks an admirable number three of the list of the top Florida counties, when analyzed by SmartAsset on how far the average Social Security income stretches in covering a retiree’s basic necessities. While the ranking found the average cost of living around $20,000, Social Security payments in Collier average just slightly higher, good news for those already retired, contemplating retirement or contemplating a move to the area.
As Naples moves ahead toward the future with new development, some within the community are working to ensure that history is preserved for years, and potentially even generations to come. Several groups play a part in the effort, with the goal of maintaining the historic charm of Old Naples.
The Naples Historical Society is one such group that’s working to preserve some of the city’s historic buildings. The group works out of a more than 100-year-old cottage and now wants some help from the state in protecting similar properties.
That’s the thought process behind a Naples historic preservation program, aimed at safeguarding some of the city’s historic structures. Preservationists want the city to have a say before designated historic properties undergo
From high-end retailers and spas, fine dining to home décor, Fifth Avenue South is the place to play, where you can experience some of the best of Naples, virtually all in one location. This downtown destination entertains residents and visitors with a unique selection of art galleries, gourmet restaurants, interesting boutiques and live entertainment.
In addition, Fifth Avenue South is also home to antique stores and jewelers, salons and bookstores. Lined by palm trees and lush landscaping, the businesses create an appealing location for enjoying some of the city’s most desirable options. This charming area is sophisticated yet laid back, a place to delight in some of the region’s most exclusive offerings, comforted by the rich history of Old Naples.