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Winton Hill, Home Buyer in Canada, KY

what is the best location within Naples Park?

Asked by Winton Hill, Canada, KY Sun Jun 29, 2008

What area is considered the most desireable within Naples Park. We have friends in this area that highly recommend the area but we are not sure if there is certain blocks/areas that are better than others. I would assume that you would like to be closer to the beach area but there does not seem to be a big difference in prices.

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Winton,

Tough to tell without knowing your interests and home criteria.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 9, 2008
You have some good answers already, but if it were me I would want to check out flood zones before I bought anything in Naples Park and be sure that you are in one of the better flood zones. For more information on me and my wife go to http://www.NaplesDreamTeam.com
John W. Vaughn, CRS "Emeritus" e-Pro
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 9, 2008
All of Naples Park is desirable due to its location and proximity to shopping and other amenities. This area does get heavily populated during our Season, ranging from late December through Mother's Day. You have a number of choices in the Naples area. If you don't think Naples Park is for you then explore your options and check out all of greater Naples.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 8, 2008
Winton,

The best location in Naples Park is pending on you the buyer. There are pros and cons every questions and you are the only one that can answer that. Do you want to be closer to the beach? Do you want to be on a canal? Do you want a single family home or duplex? Do you want a deal or are you looking for curb appeal? I would be happy to show you all parts of Naples Park and help you in your decision. Please get a hold of me and let me know what is important to you and I will put together a custom home search report for you to view. I look forward to answering all of your questions and concerns.

Thanks,

Scott Riddle
239-289-1849
Sand Castle Realty Group
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 30, 2008
Hi Winton,

I think you are asking the wrong question. Your answers will be only the Agents opinion and if you get 5 answers, you may get 5 different opinions. I recommend you visit the area for yourself and make up your own mind.

Dennis Leffert, J.D.
Lic Real Estate Broker
239-560-0014
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 30, 2008
Hi Winton,
Some people like West of 6th St North as it is closer to the canals and water by Vanderbilt Dr. However, many prefer to be in the southern part of Naples Park below 95th Ave North as they are closer to bike to Vanderbilt beach, visit the shops and restaurants for evening entertainment. Most important with renters not wanting to drive everywhere while on vacation.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 29, 2008
Hi Winton
The 500 block and Vanderbilt is the most desirable and when the market returns will command the higher prices. I currently have one on 104th Ave in the 500 block. when you decide to look, give me a call I have been working with several other buyers in that area and am very aware of the new codes put into place there. If you would like me to forward them to you please feel free to contact me at bcaron@kw.com or 239-659-3272
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 29, 2008
The closer you are to the beach the better...and in Naples Park there are actually some homes on the canals...So the further west of US 41 you are the better...then you should also be as far south from Immokalee Rd as you can...If you would like me to send you a great map of Naples I would be happy to do that for you.
Contact me at rae@raewakelin.com
or call me at 866-280-7356.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Rae Wakelin
RealtyUSA.com
RaeKnowsNaples.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 29, 2008
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