With beautiful beaches, near perfect weather and a laid back way of life, Naples Florida is often recognized as one of the best places to live in the country. From golfing to boating to beach lovers and more, there is a happy place for you in Naples.
The luxury condo market is quite vibrant in Naples and offers Gulf-front high-rise living in communities options directly on the beach. Many of these developments feature world-class amenities and sweeping views of the Gulf of Mexico. If you are interested in a gulf-front condo you should explore neighborhoods like Bay Colony, Park Shore and Vanderbilt Beach.
The Naples climate is suitable for boating on a year-round basis and the area offers great fishing and plenty of water accessible places to explore and enjoy. Boaters can find many options in The Moorings, Naples Bay Resort and Windstar.
While so much of the Florida landscape requires a car to accomplish daily tasks, Naples has been an early leader in promoting with urban lifestyle neighborhoods. For active urban lifestyles check out Mercato, Naples Square and Old Naples.
Southwest Florida home sales are up, and this is good news for Bonita Springs-based WCI Communities Inc. The lifestyle community developer and luxury homebuilder of single and multi-family homes saw strong profits in the first quarter, largely due to strong home sales in Southwest Florida.The National Association of Home Builders named WCI “America’s Best Builder” in 2004 and also by Builder Magazine. The company was featured on ABC TV’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” in January 2007.... Read More
Great for the entire family, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Naples is a 13,000-acre ancient forest Preserve home to the largest remaining stand of bald cypress in North America. The National Audobon Society’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is the gateway to the western Everglades. Many resident species of wildlife rely on the Everglades’ freshwater wetlands that the Audobon protects.A 2.25-mile boardwalk trail is open to the public daily and meanders through the forest’s scenic areas and provi... Read More