Naples Park Real Estate

Built out in the 1950s, the Naples Park area is varied and unique. West of US 41 and north of Vanderbilt Beach Road, the neighborhood is comprised of a grid system of roads running east-west and north-south. As this neighborhood grows and becomes more and more desirable, the level of development within the neighborhood also increases. The area has changed significantly since the time it was first developed, and the opportunities within Naples Park for first time home buyers, those looking to live close to the beach, seasonal buyers, and investors are significant.

With the development of North Naples, particularly the areas surrounding the Shops at Mercado, the Naples Park community has garnered attention and traction within the Naples real estate market. Located within a short walk of Vanderbilt Beach – and less than a couple miles from Delnor Wiggins Pass State Park – the opportunities for recreation and enjoying Naples’ pristine beaches are endless. Residents of Naples Park enjoy such activities as biking, swimming in the Gulf, hiking in the state park, kayaking and boating from nearby launches, and fishing the whole year through.

As you drive through and experience Naples Park first hand, you will notice that the existing homes within Naples Park are changing – many buyers are replacing older, aged homes with new construction. Other homes within Naples Park are undergoing significant renovations. As you drive further west and make your way towards the beach, you will notice the number of newer homes increase – and their size increase as well. Home prices increase depending upon the block on which a home sits in Naples Park – the lower numbered blocks (500 and 600) are considerably more desirable than the higher numbered blocks (700, 800, 900), providing an array of options for families looking for reasonably priced homes close to the beach along with those searching for more upscale, resort-type seasonal properties. Many Naples Park homes provide their own unique set of features, including lush landscaping, unique hard-scaped front yards, lanais, swimming pools and spas, and other coastal, tropical features.

Perhaps the most attractive feature of Naples Park is its location. For many people, it presents a reasonable way to purchase property west of 41, within walking distance of the beach. Additionally, other points of attraction sit only minutes away, including Mercado, Coconut Point in Estero, Waterside Shops, the Ritz Carlton, and other dining options. Home prices range from the mid $100,000s to the $800,000s.


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Data last updated: October 23rd, 2017 at 11:47pm EDT and updating occurs daily

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