Naples, Florida, known as the “Crown jewel” of southwest Florida, is located on the gulf of Mexico with its perfect white beaches stretching far and beyond, a veritable portrayal of the luxurious and the exotic.
The neighborhoods in Naples range from upscale to modest communities for those looking for a quaint cottage-style residence. Living in a place like this, why consider anything less than the very best in luxury though! Let’s take a look at 4 notable luxury neighborhoods in the region.
Pelican Bay in Naples Florida
Stretched out on 2.5 miles of white sandy beaches between the Vanderbilt Beach road and Pine Ridge road, Pelican Bay is a world class community that houses resorts such as Naples Grande and the Ritz Carlton. Pelican Bay offers a diverse range of housing properties, from villas to high and low condos and single family homes. There’s certainly no dearth of recreational activities here, with everything from luxury hotels and restaurants to relaxing spas, golf championships, and state of-the-art tennis courts right here.
Port Royal in Naples Florida
Considered one of the finest waterfront neighborhoods in the world, Port Royal surrounds over 500 waterfront estates by the Gulf of Mexico in the west, Naples Bay in the east Gordon Pass to the south and Aqualane shores in the north. Most of the residents in Port Royal enjoy an unhindered view of the bay from the back of their residences.
Port Royal happens to be a popular community for boat loving residents being just a few steps away from the Naples Beach. Recreational amenities offered include 9 state-of-the-art tennis courts, an Olympic sized pool, the Port Royal Club, fine dining, etc.
Bay Forest in Naples Florida
Among the most top-rated upscale neighborhoods, a drive away from Bonita beach, Bay Forest is a gated community located in the northern part of Collier County. Known as a ‘celebrity’ neighborhood for its lakes and lush green scenery, it rewards its residents with amenities like fishing piers, clubhouse, kayak and canoe riding, tennis courts, etc. Bay Forest offers various property styles such as villas, condos and single housing for private families.
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An upscale gated golf community in Naples Florida, Pelican Marsh is a dream place to land in your investments for the right house. Located in the north of Vanderbilt Beach, Pelican Marsh is gloriously stretched over 2,075 acres of land. With a 25,000 sq ft community centre, Pelican Marsh offers diversified recreational facilities such as massage therapy rooms, fitness centers, aerobic and gym rooms, tennis courts with full time coaches to train, book clubs, etc. It offers a wide range of real estate housing options such as condos, attached villas, and single family homes. Private as well as equity based memberships are available for 18-hole golf championships.
Other complimentary amenities include:
· Separate bike and jogging paths
· Basketball court
· Play area for kids
· Swimming pools
· Clubhouses, and more
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If you are looking to be enchanted by the lush views and the comfort of living life in all its glory, Naples Florida is the place to be. People from a diverse array of cultures reside here, with harmony being the hallmark. In addition, it houses the famous Fifth Avenue and Gallery Row.
Navy Veteran Discovers Passion During Middle East Deployment, Uses New Career in Real Estate to Turn Passion Into Action
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
K is for Kids Foundation
Attn: Karen Clawson
Naples, Florida 34102
NAPLES, FLORIDA—August 31, 2015—Inspired by a passion ignited during his deployment to the Middle East, Navy veteran, Florida realtor and children’s book author, Sabin W. Johnson, has partnered with K is for Kids Foundation to launch “More Books for More Kids,” a new literacy initiative in which Johnson will donate five signed copies of his book, “The Jolly Shop,” to K is for Kids every time he completes a fully executed real estate transaction.
During his ten years in the Navy, Johnson fell in love with serving his country and developed a passion for helping others, especially kids. But as a first-hand witness to global strife, he became increasingly concerned with our nation’s future. He realized that the best way to protect our national security was to provide for and invest in America’s most valuable asset—children. Upon his military retirement, Johnson vowed to use his passion for helping kids, serving others and protecting our country, in order to find a new career that helped children grow into positive, contributing patriots. Within 18 months of retirement, Johnson proved his commitment to this mission by embarking on a new career in real estate, and publishing his first book, a children’s Christmas adventure called, “The Jolly Shop.”
Johnson said, “Being in real estate is a blessing because I love helping families find the right home for their needs. But I want to do more than help today’s clients buy a home; I want to make sure their children can also own homes one day. With so much economic uncertainty and a troubled educational system, it will only become more difficult for our youth to achieve the all-American dream of home ownership, enabling them to raise a family in a stable, secure environment. I hope this new initiative helps more children develop a love of learning and reading, and inspire them to continue their education and imagine all that is possible for their futures.”
K is for Kids Foundation, a non-profit organization in Naples, Florida, promotes literacy through a unique student-driven volunteer-based program. The foundation utilizes a mentorship program to promote youth leadership and develop students' skills through literacy initiatives. High school student interns create and manage programs to place new books into the hands of children who need them most and serve as valuable role models of success and reading advocates. Like Johnson, the foundation aims to build toward a better, brighter future by developing kids into creative leaders and problem solvers.
Karen D. Clawson, founder and executive director of K is for Kids said, “We are thrilled about this new initiative and look forward to lots of books coming our way. We will use our network of contacts and interns to distribute the books, read to children, and inspire imagination and motivation to keep learning. Plus, the message in “The Jolly Shop,” is great because it is all about the value of giving and good triumphing over evil. Kids love it!” For more information about K is for Kids, visit http://www.kisforkids.org or call 239-596-KIDS-5437.
Johnson engages in real estate transactions throughout Florida and specializes in residential properties at Port Royal in Naples, Florida. He is also currently developing a screenplay for “The Jolly Shop.” For real estate inquires, direct your browser to http://www.portroyalnaplesfloridahomes.com. For more information on “The Jolly Shop”, visit http://jollyshop.org.
"My conscious got the best of me I guess," Florida realtor Sabin Johnson said.
A Florida realtor and military veteran was in a hurry to get to an appointment, but something on the side of the road made him forget about his rush.
"This is Officer Marker in Fort Myers, Florida, assisting an elderly gal with her car. That's a good cop right there," Sabin Johnson can be heard saying in the video.
At first, the site of an officer changing a tire in the Florida heat wasn't enough to make realtor Sabin Johnson stop, but he told Newsy about a half mile later, it "got the best" of him, and he made a U-turn and offered Deputy First Class Eric Marker his help.
"As I kept goin' by, I was just thinking abut how he was back there cranking on that thing all by himself and you know if he had a hand with it, he'd probably, you know, get it done a lot quicker, get him out of harm's way and get these ladies back on the road," Johnson told Newsy on Skype.
Johnson was able to give the officer a break and take his turn helping change out the tire.
Both men sweat it out helping the two elderly women change the tire after a car crash. It was 85 degrees that day in Fort Myers.
"I told him when I saw him, I was like, 'You know, you're doing a good thing. You don't have to be doing this. You could be in your patrol car, sitting in the AC unit waiting for a tow truck, completely out of harm's way.' ... He went out of his way to go above and beyond his duty," Johnson said.
And thankfully, Johnson's potential clients weren't upset he was late.
"When I got there, they were like, 'You know, that's really cool that you did that,'" Johnson said.
And Johnson is no stranger to helping people in need. In 2012, he was awarded by the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office for pulling an unconscious man out of his car that was on fire.
But despite being called a hero, Johnson remains humble.
"I didn't really have any choice. I just figured I had to get him out of there before the car blew up, and in fact, it did. ... I think we all have a duty to do that," Johnson said.
Sabin is also a children's author and for every real estate transaction he donates 5 signed copies of his children's Christmas book 'The Jolly Shop' to the K is for Kids Foundation. For more information you are welcome to visit www.JollyShop.org.
If you want to reach Johnson, or are in the market for a home in the Naples, Florida area check out www.DolceDwellings.com.
Naples is on the “Paradise Coast” and is among the highest millionaires per capita in the United States. It features some of the most expensive real estate in the US with homes selling in excess of $50 Million, especially in the Port Royal area where Johnson specializes. See www.DolceDwellings.com or email him at DwellDolce@gmail.com