Naples Luxury Villas
Naples’s year-round subtropical weather, powdery white sand beaches, and world-class golf, shopping, and dining have made it a favorite vacation destination among the world’s affluent set. When people come to Naples, they often stay for more than just the weekend, especially in winter when most of the country is enveloped in freezing temperatures.
Naples real estate reflects the city’s famous resort lifestyle. In particular, the villas in some of the city’s prestigious neighborhoods have become popular choices, offering the no-maintenance convenience and easy living that people seek in a vacation home.
The villas around Naples have been constructed with refined elegance, but in the tropical style that aptly captures the city’s vibe.
They offer a great option to those who wish to stay in the city for long periods with their family and friends. They also make excellent choices for baby boomers who are looking for a piece of paradise to spend their golden years in.
Naples luxury villas
Naples’ luxury villas come with features and amenities that make them the perfect getaway residences, such as common and/or private courtyards, balcony gardens, and private swimming pools.
Most villas are waterfront properties or are close to a body of water – whether the Gulf of Mexico or any of the lakes and waterways found inland. Inland properties also offer great access to Naples’ famous beaches.
The villas are either single detached or attached homes, mostly with more than one story. They offer sufficient room for large groups, with the number of bedrooms ranging from two to five. Some homes in developments like Estuary at Grey Oaks Country Club have more than five bedrooms.
Naples villas come with luxurious features that include the finest materials and finishes, state-of-the-art kitchens, large windows, and elegant bathrooms. Other common features include walk-in closets, game or media rooms, and spacious garages.
Each villa community has been developed to a specific theme, which is reflected in the neighborhood’s architecture and landscaping. Examples are Bay Colony’s European-inspired design, Naples Casamore’s Caribbean theme, and Residences at Mercato’s contemporary style.
Homebuyers often have a choice from a number of floor plans offered in each development.
About villa ownership
Naples villas and condos typically come in gated neighborhoods within a community. Homeowners pay the villa’s association fees, which go toward maintaining the neighborhood’s common grounds, facilities, and security features. The fee also covers some maintenance work for individual homes.
On top of the villa or condo association fees, villa and condo owners may also have the pay association dues to the community where their neighborhood belongs. This fee is for the privilege of using the community’s amenities, such as gyms and fitness centers, beach facilities, and community events venues.
Naples villa developments
Older villas in Naples include those found in the historic district of Old Naples, the Naples Casamore enclave, and Estuary at Grey Oaks Country Club.
Newly developed villas include the following:
- Lucarno, Il Cuore, and Cortile villas in the Mediterra Golf and Beach community
- Residences at Mercato
- Ridgewood Drive at Pelican Bay
- Wedgefield Villas and Imperial Park Place Villas at Imperial Golf Estates