Captiva custom model home now open for viewing at Naples Reserve
The third single-family custom model home at Naples Reserve, the Captiva built by Marvin Development, is now open in developer iStar’s 688-acre water-centric community.
The three-bedroom, three-bath Captiva is located in the Parrot Cay neighborhood and features Southern Coastal architecture with stacked limestone accents, wood trim and lap siding detailing. Inside, a palette of sea-glass blues and greens against grays and off-white backgrounds, white-washed oak flooring, wainscoting and white-painted tongue-and-groove ceilings convey a welcoming coastal ambience.
The Captiva is priced at $1,375,000, fully furnished by Norris Furniture and Interiors.
The model offers 3,166 square feet of interior living space and an open floor plan emphasizing indoor and outdoor living.
“This home really blurs the boundaries between inside and outside spaces,” said Joe Gavitt, vice president of sales and marketing for the award-winning homebuilder. “Wall-to-wall sliding glass doors in the great room erase any division as do the zero-corner sliders in the breakfast nook. The Captiva is such a simple yet elegant floor plan that’s easy to live in.”
The model features a great room, dining room, wine bar, den and three-car garage.
Its solara, an alfresco space highlighting a lanai and gathering area complete with a summer kitchen and a fireplace accented with a limestone surround, includes nearly 825 square feet of outdoor living with roll-down screens and tongue-and-groove ceilings. The Captiva also has a free-form pool and raised spa.
The model’s open floor plan is introduced in the foyer with views directed to the great room and its wall-to-wall sliding glass doors. The great room features soft blues, greens, glass and dark wood tones, and its cathedral ceiling is finished with beams and white tongue-and-groove.
In the adjoining dining room, a rectangular table is positioned under a contemporary chrome light fixture accented with chrome coral-like branches. Artwork and the tones of the upholstered chairs and deep-back patterned host chairs repeat the main colors.
An island defines the space between the dining room, kitchen and breakfast nook area.
The kitchen has a mosaic tile backsplash, quartz countertops and light-toned wood upper cabinetry that contrasts with the charcoal-gray finish of the island and lower cabinetry. Stainless steel appliances include a refrigerator with bottom freezer, and a microwave and oven tower.
The adjoining nook features a built-in buffet with desk, a glass table and seating for four.
Outside, woven furniture provides gathering and dining areas, and the summer kitchen offers a sink, grill, charcoal-toned wood cabinetry and quartz countertops.
The Captiva’s master suite is located in a private wing. Its bedroom highlights a dedicated sitting area, coffered ceilings with cove lighting and pocketing sliders opening to the solara. A brighter blue is introduced on the walls, in the bedding and upholstered headboard, and is complemented with sea greens and off-white furniture.
The suite also includes his-and-her walk-in closets. A curved wall behind the bathroom’s freestanding tub is finished with mosaic glass tile and provides entry on each side into the doorless walk-through shower, which has two rainheads and a hand-held sprayer. The bath also features his-and-her footed vanities with quartz countertops.
The two guest rooms share a full bath, finished with cherry cabinetry, a linen closet and a tiled shower with mosaic listello.
Decorative wood treatments painted off-white on the den’s walls create a paneled coastal look – fitting of Naples Reserve’s lakefront lifestyle, said Gavitt.
“People come to Florida for one reason: to see water,” he said. “We love the feeling of Naples Reserve with its lakes and views. No matter where you are in the community, you are looking at water or a beautiful preserve area.”
The Captiva offers 4,877 total square feet and incorporates numerous above-code water- and energy-conserving green features, including two 16 SEER air conditioning systems, upgraded insulation, Energy Star appliances, Low-E windows and doors, and materials that do not impact indoor air quality.
Marvin Development, building homes in Southwest Florida since 1972, is one of fewer than 50 builders in the country to receive the Diamond Builder Award. It has built more than 1,000 certified energy-efficient homes and has also been recognized for its commitment to design. Owner Richard Durling has been named Florida Builder of the Year and is a member of the Florida Housing Hall of Fame.
Parrot Cay is one of 11 lakefront neighborhoods at Naples Reserve, created by iStar, named 2015 Developer of the Year by Builder and Developer magazine for its commitment to creating exceptional communities and lifestyles with an emphasis on energy efficiency and environmentally friendly practices.
Parrot Cay includes 79 homesites overlooking Eagle Lake, a large central lake and two additional lakes.
Naples Reserve offers a relaxed yet active lifestyle, featuring lakefront amenities and 22 lakes, including the 125-acre Eagle Lake with a large tiki hut on the destination Lost Island. Lakes provide prime opportunities for kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding and scenic vistas from Southern Coastal-inspired homes and amenities along the water’s edge.
Eagle Lake stretches a mile long against the Picayune Strand State Forest, a 76,000-acre state park with protected pinelands, cypress swamps, marshes and abundant wildlife. Planned lakefront amenities at Naples Reserve include a tennis and pickleball ball complex and the under-construction Lakeshore Club, which will offer resort-inspired amenities, including two pools, bocce ball courts, a 6,500-square-foot community center and a separate 3,500-square-foot fitness club.
Naples Reserve residents enjoy complimentary one-year social memberships at Walker’s Hideaway Marina of Naples, a yacht club along the Gordon River offering a marina, indoor storage for 600 boats, two waterside restaurants, outdoor pool and sauna, and access to Naples Bay.
iStar has completed the community’s initial amenities, including the new gatehouse, an elevated cobblestone entry bridge, the island and tiki hut and the Outrigger Welcome Center, evocative of Key West with its palette of white, turquoise and coral, and a wraparound porch overlooking the lake and floating docks.
Naples Reserve is planned for 1,154 lakefront single-family homes built by Southwest Florida’s premier homebuilders and priced from the mid-$300s to more than $1.5 million.
The community is located off U.S. 41, 2 miles southeast of the Collier Boulevard/CR 951 intersection and 10 minutes from I-75, Exit 101. Visit the Outrigger Welcome Center at 14891 Naples Reserve Circle or log onto naplesreserve.com.