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Featured Neighborhoods

Port Royal

Prestige, Privacy....Paradise.

Port Royal lies on the southern tip of Naples and is surrounded by the sparkling blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the west and the Naples Bay to the east.  It is one of the most exclusive communities in the country with unsurpassed luxury properties that capture the imagination of all who visit.


Port Royal has some of the most sought after beachfront and waterfront homes that encompass a variety of architectural styles and designs.  Whether an older home or one newly built, the homes are lushly landscaped and meticulously maintained.  Along the beachfront, you will find many gated estate- size properties that enjoy exclusive privacy and a front row seat to a nightly Naples sunset! Bay view homes are ideal for yacht owners with private dockage that enjoys direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.  Many of these homes have fantastic wide water views and homeowners routinely can watch dolphins playing, manatees swimming by and eagles soaring above.  It is truly a waterside paradise.  

The Port Royal Club is the crown jewel of the neighborhood.  It is located on one of the most pristine stretches of Naples' beachfront and offers exclusive membership only to Port Royal residents.  The Old Florida ambience of the club is a relaxing oasis for members to enjoy fine dining, a pool, tennis, fitness and spa treatments. Members also participate in the many social events that are planned throughout the year.

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Map of Port Royal

Aqualane Shores






Aqualane Shores is one of Naples premiere communities and is located between the exclusive neighborhood of  Port Royal and the world class downtown Naples shopping areas.   It offers residents spectacular homes along lovely and quiet palm lined streets. Most homes are on  navigable waterways with direct Gulf of Mexico access via Gordon Pass.


The home- buyer that is looking for a luxury home, boating, and a great location will find all three in Aqualane Shores. This community offers a wonderful diversity of homes in architecture and design from Contemporary and Mediterranean to Old Florida Cottage and Mission Style.  Boating enthusiasts can purchase homes with state of the art docks and seawalls to accommodate various types and sizes of boats. Many people purchase in this area for the fantastic location and proximity to so many of Naples' wonderful amenities.  The sandy beach, the Naples Pier and the boutiques and dining of Third Street South and Fifth Avenue are just a short stroll or bike ride away. Cambier Park with a concert band-shell, tennis courts, a professional playhouse and a playground for children is just blocks away and Crayton Cove with more boutiques and restaurants is close by as well.  All of these features make Aqualane Shores a beautiful and ideal neighborhood to call home.

Click the links below to explore what this beautiful neighborhood has to offer:

3rd Street South

5th Avenue South

Cambier Park

Naples Pier

Crayton Cove

Old Naples



Originally a sleepy fishing village along Florida's Gulf Coast, Old Naples today is a world- class destination with stunning beaches, exceptional gourmet restaurants, casual cafes, fashionable shopping, art galleries and gorgeous homes.  Every street is a delight to walk or bike with an array of breathtaking homes surrounded by tall coconut palms and lush banyan trees. Homeowners and visitors alike enjoy both the small town friendliness and the cosmopolitan feeling with all that Old Naples has to offer.  Fifth Avenue South, Third Street South and Crayton Cove are great places to enjoy a day of shopping or dining at a lovely outdoor cafe.


After Hurricane Donna in 1960, many of the cottages of Old Naples were destroyed leading to a growth in redevelopment that continues to this day.  Property values have skyrocketed with more and more visitors wanting to make Old Naples their seasonal or full time home.  The cottages that survived have been lovingly restored adding to the historic ambience of Old Naples.  The newer homes offer a myriad of architectural styles with  state of the art features and technology inside and out.

Among the newer homes and businesses you will find landmarks all around Old Naples that are reminiscent of a by gone day and add to its delightful charm. Not to be missed is Palm Cottage, built in 1895 and open daily for touring. Tin City, which rests on Naples Bay, is an old time shopping area that has waterfront dining and many shops to browse.  The Naples Beach Hotel, originally built in the 1880's has transformed into a tropical paradise with beachfront suites, a beachfront restaurant, 18 hole golf course, spa and clubhouse.  Locals and visitors will be found nightly enjoying a cocktail, listening to some local talent and taking in a beautiful Naples' sunset.  And not to be missed is the Naples Pier where you can relax and take in the views of the calm sparkling blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico and see dolphins, manatee and pelicans enjoying paradise too!


A true gem in the heart of Naples, Old Naples is a very special destination.

Click the links below to explore what this beautiful neighborhood has to offer:

3rd Street South

5th Avenue South

Cambier Park

Naples Pier

Crayton Cove

The Moorings | Coquina Sands




Situated between Coquina Sands and Park Shore and comprising over 1300 acres is The Moorings, one of the finest beach communities in Naples.  The Moorings is a top choice for waterfront living offering condominiums and villas that line the Gulf beaches and the beautiful bay. Many gorgeous single family homes also have spectacular views along the bay with private docks. Boating and fishing enthusiasts can enjoy navigable waters from the Moorings Bay, Hurricane Harbour, Bowline Drive and Compass Cove.


In recent years, many older homes are giving way to stunning new construction offering a myriad of architecture and design styles.  This has led to an increase in property values that continue to climb each year.  With a large number of older homes still available in this area, the Moorings continues to be not only a wonderful place to live, but also a solid investment. 


The Moorings also features a private beach with park-like grounds and a private golf and country club.  The Moorings Country Club is privately owned and has a Milton Link designed 18- hole golf course with expertly manicured greens, putting green, chipping practice area and hitting nets.  Casual and fine dining are available and members enjoy an active social calendar of events throughout season.

Click here to view The Moorings Country Club 

Park Shore


Park Shore is a highly desirable community that offers the enjoyable and relaxing Florida lifestyle to all who live here.  The area was established in the early 1960's as the vision of Raymond Lutgert, who purchased 760 acres along the Naples Gulf Coast and over time developed it into the beautiful and world- class community it is today. 


Park Shore provides residents with a variety of lifestyle options such as luxury single-family homes on quiet palm lined streets and distinctive bay-front homes with direct navigable boating access through Doctors Pass to the Gulf of Mexico. For those who prefer condominiums, villas or townhouses, Park Shore offers stunning developments both along the beach, along the bay and inland.  All residents are welcome to join the Park Shore Association and enjoy a beautiful private beach and park.


Park Shore is home to Venetian Village, a lovely outdoor destination with over 45 waterfront shops and waterfront restaurants. Lively events take place throughout the year including the Gobble Gobble Run, an annual 4 mile walk/run that kicks off on Thanksgiving morning. Children are welcome to participate in the Lil' Gobbler Dash too!  At Christmas, Venetian Village comes aglow in magical lights and has events throughout the season.  "Holiday on the Bay" brings many people out to enjoy the tree lighting ceremony, photos with Santa, caroling and even snow!!  The annual Holiday Boat Parade always delights crowds with a twinkling procession of boats making their way down Venetian Bay. 


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