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Naples Reserve’s vast lakes cater to a well-lived waterfront lifestyle

Posted on January 8, 2016

Naples Reserve’s 245 acres of sparkling lakes promise a life well lived along the water’s edge. Whether watching birds and other wildlife forage along a lakeshore from the backyard; paddling the picturesque Eagle Lake; or simply relaxing in the shade of Lost Island’s tiki hut or a poolside cabana, residents here will enjoy a unique and genuine lifestyle, one that speaks to the heart and soul through water.

 

In designing Naples Reserve, iStar introduced a new lifestyle to Naples – a 688-acre community with 22 lakes providing a serene setting for amenities and luxury homes inspired by Southern Coastal architecture.

 

The stunning tapestry of lakes, land and a mile-long stretch of waterfront nestled against the Picayune Strand State Forest immerse residents in nature and water. The community’s main lake, Eagle Lake, spans 125 acres and creates the backdrop for gracious homes, a tennis and bocce complex, the destination Lost Island, and the under-construction Lakeshore Club, where families and new neighborhood friends will enjoy resort-rivaling amenities, lake-centric facilities, two pools, a 4,700-square-foot community center and a 3,400-square-foot fitness facility.

 

On the water, paddlers and sailors discover a bridge passageway connecting to the lake’s northern portion nestled along the fringes of the state forest. The mile-long stretch is ideal for rowers and racers or those with cameras at the ready to capture National Geographic moments. Simply relaxing on the lanai might just be the most appealing all-day activity for many residents. At Naples Reserve, doing nothing is doing something.

 

The Naples Reserve lifestyle is enhanced by complimentary one-year social memberships at Naples Harbour, a yacht club along the Gordon River with access to Naples Bay and two waterside restaurants.

 

Naples Reserve’s neighborhoods are designed with sweeping vistas across water. Its luxury homes, created by Southwest Florida’s premier homebuilders, echo a genuine barefoot elegance that speaks to the imagination and a sense of belonging on the water’s edge.

 

The developer has completed Naples Reserve’s initial amenities, which foreshadow that life lived well along the water. Lakes are introduced upon arriving at the new guardhouse, igniting an emotional connection and a true sense of arriving home. An elevated cobblestone entry bridge reveals Eagle Lake, Lost Island and the new 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 homes, each featuring Southern Coastal design embracing the gracious, inviting and luxury living of this unique community.

 

Furnished homes by Ashton Woods are now open for viewing, and five custom-home models are under construction in Parrot Cay, an enclave bordering Eagle Lake and encircling a seven-acre interior lake. JRW Developer Resources represents Naples Reserve’s preferred custom homebuilders: Florida Lifestyle Homes of Fort Myers, KTS Group, Lundstrom Development, Marvin Development and McGarvey Custom Homes.

 

Naples Reserve is located off U.S. 41 East, 2 miles southeast of the Collier Boulevard/CR 951 intersection and 15 minutes from I-75, Exit 101. Visit the Outrigger Welcome Center at 14891 Naples Reserve Circle or log onto www.naplesreserve.com.


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