Explore Naples Reserve’s Waterfront Lifestyle with Unique Twist
Naples Reserve, home to the area’s newest lakefront lifestyle, is hosting the Collier Building Industry Association’s single-site Parade of Homes on Feb, 17-19 and Feb. 24-26. More than a dozen decorated models by eight of the Southwest Florida’s top builders will be open for the public to tour.
Homebuyers have been noticing why Naples reserve is a step-above the rest. The world-class lifestyle amenities have truly separated Naples newest waterfront community and a large part of the difference has been the Duffy Boats.
Naples Reserve doesn’t allow motorboats on the lakes—unless it’s our all-electric, all new Duffy boats. You’ve probably seen Duffy boats in resort destinations that are all about fun. With regular “excursions” out to Kon Tiki Island, this transport can be a party unto itself. Our “escape” island is a delightful destination. Located in the middle of our 125-acre lake, it is a place to pull up a stool at the Tiki bar or just grab a hammock after that first round of drinks.
Guests are able explore the 125-acre Eagle Lake and visit Kontiki Island with its oversized tiki hut aboard Naples Reserve’s two Duffy boats, Tranquility and Little Skipper.
In the evenings, the popular sunset cocktail cruises tour our largest 125-acre lake. By turns relaxing, entertaining and awash in color, each Duffy journey nourishes body and soul.
Duffy boats are available for prospective homebuyers to explore their new community and discover Naples Reserve’s unmatched waterfront lifestyle. The cruises depart from the neighboring Outrigger Center’s floating docks. The Duffy Boat rides also give prospective homebuyers the opportunity to marvel at the wondrous new Island Club.
The Island Club’s Key West-inspired architecture features aqua blue-painted shake and HardiePlank lap siding, white trim and louvered shutters, dormers and metal roofs.
Inside, the 5,160-square-foot clubhouse offers a freestanding stone fireplace between the hall and cafe. Latitudes Cafe offers large family-style tables and a community chalkboard wall for messaging.
The club’s resort-inspired amenities include a pool, beach volleyball and bocce ball courts, a fire pit, an event lawn and the Chat ‘n Chill Tiki Bar serving umbrella drinks. It also has a large beach along Eagle Lake.
The Island Club offers a separate 3,500-square-foot fitness club featuring state-of-the-art equipment, a weight room and group fitness studio.
Residents will also enjoy Match Point, a lakefront tennis and pickleball court complex, scheduled to open in January 2017.
Additional planned amenities include a tot lot, two dog parks and a meandering biking, hiking and jogging linear park navigating a loop road circling Naples Reserve. Designed to engage residents with their natural environment, it will provide an alternative mode of transportation throughout the community.
Click here to learn more about Naples Reserve and the 2017 Parade of Homes.