Naples FL Homes for Sale

Types of Naples Homes

  Owning a home in Naples FL can be one of the most exciting things in one's life. Proximity to the beach, homes on the canal, homes on Naples Bay, homes in gated communities, homes with acreage, homes in equity golf communities and bundled golf communities, Naples has it all. Choosing the right home has a direct impact on your lifestyle, activities and the overall Naples experience. Fortunately, Naples can acommodate a large range of prices and types of real estate unavailable in other places. NaplesFinder was created with the real estate buyer in mind, adressing a large spectrum of tastes and preferences in the most detailed system available on the Internet today. 

Naples Homes with Gulf View Naples Bay View Homes
                          Gulf View Homes
                             Bay View Homes
Naples Homes with Boat Dock Naples Homes with Lake View
                          Homes with Boat Dock
                             Lake View Homes
Luxury Golf Homes Naples Bundled Golf Community Homes

                       Golf & Country Club Homes   

                          Bundled Golf Homes
West of 41 Homes Resort-Style Community Homes
                            West of 41 Homes
                       Resort Community Homes

Single Family Homes in Naples

The majority of single family homes in Naples are in gated communities. The area's many gated communities offer residents of Naples a sense of security, fellowship, and fun. Gated communities in Naples generally offer a wide range of amenities for their residents, and properties in these communities tend to be highly sought after.

Advantages of Living in a Gated Community

A large portion of gated communities in Naples, Florida, have a golf course within the gates. If you live in a bundled golf community, simply owning a home within the community will pay for your membership to that community's golf course. This is an excellent choice for people who love to golf and like to have a local course readily available to them. Even gated communities that do not have golf courses typically feature a central clubhouse offering events and parties for residents throughout the year. These clubhouses function as a community center, offering a great place for you to meet your neighbors and have a great time in a safe and relaxed environment. Other amenities typically found in Naples gated communities include community pools, fitness centers, and athletic facilities. Depending upon the community that you choose, you may have a gym available to you, tennis courts, basketball courts, or even a baseball or soccer field. And because these communities are gated, public access to these facilities is greatly limited. This means that you can enjoy your local park or time in your community pool with your neighbors without having to fight large crowds or worry about the safety of yourself or your children. Gated communities also offer an added level of protection for your home. Usually requiring a security code or access from an on-site guard, it's much harder for unauthorized people to get to your home in a gated community. This means less solicitation, less fear of a break-in, and a greater sense of security when your kids play in your front yard.

Other Great Single Family Housing Options

In addition to Naples' many gated communities, the area also offers many neighborhoods that are not gated. Some of the area's more urban areas and older areas have beautiful Naples single family homes built in the old Florida style. These homes can include beachfront properties and large country estate. Homes that are not in gated communities tend to be less expensive on average and can be an excellent option for retirees, people looking for vacation homes, young families, and young professionals. Whatever you're looking for in a Naples home, you can find it with the help of an experienced buyer's agent. Use our advanced search tools to find the latest listings that appeal to you then speak to an agent to get the ball rolling on your new Naples home by calling 239-455-5554.