Longshore Lake Combines Seclusion and Waterside Setting

For a sense of seclusion and a waterside setting, you truly won’t want to pass up a chance to take your home search to Longshore Lake in Naples. The Club at Longshore Lake is where you’ll find a lakefront swimming pool, fitness center, tennis center and dining options.

The club serves up a lunch menu in its bar, plus dinner at the bar or even in the club’s main dining room. Club social dining memberships are available.

There are additionally nine, lighted Har-Tru tennis courts in the community. This active tennis community has a tennis professional on staff to help with tennis clinics, group lessons and even private lessons.

You’ll also find locker rooms, youth camps and league play. Tennis memberships at Longshore Lake not only include tennis but also offer use of the clubhouse pool and fitness center, plus access to on-site dining and some special events.

Other amenities at Longshore Lake include a playground for younger residents. While swimming isn’t allowed in the lake, some small boats are allowed, as well as catch-and-release fishing from the shore.

Other options include a more than 2.5-mile walking path that circles around the community, with views of homes, greenspace, and the sparkling lake along the way. It’s common to find people out jogging and walking in the area.

While there are some homes with just two-bedrooms in the community of Longshore Lake, there are also some larger floorplans with three, four, or even five-bedrooms. Some of the homes come with private swimming pools, lake views and plenty of privacy.

Many of the homes were built around the mid 1990s but have been nicely maintained over the years. Found in North Naples, the waterfront community of Longshore Lake sits just off Immokalee Road, about a mile-and-a-half east of I-75. The gated community is a favorite of professionals, families, and retirees.

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