West Collier County Neighborhoods

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Bayfront

Bayfront is a walkable, upscale oasis with colorful, European-style, mixed-use buildings featuring shops and residences. Prices range up to $2.5 million. Median price: $440,000

East Naples

You get a little bit of everything in the eastern corridor along U.S. 41—suburban neighborhoods alongside sparkling developments such as TPC Treviso Bay golf course, Bayshore, and Lely Resort. Prices vary from $59,900 to $2.5 million. Median price: $242,500

Lely

With 40-plus neighborhoods featuring condominiums, attached villas, and coach and single-family homes, there is a home for every lifestyle here. This expansive neighborhood is bordered by the Tamiami Trail, Naples Manor, and Lely Resort, a sprawling golf community with nine neighborhoods halfway between Naples and Marco Island. Prices range from $119,000 to $1.6 million. Median price: $163,500

NAPLES PARK

At one-square-mile, this affordable single-family neighborhood boasts an enviable proximity to the beach, shopping, dining, hotels, and entertainment, including Mercato. Many of its 3,000 homes and duplexes were built in the 1970s and 1980s. Median price: $388,800

North Naples

North Naples is more of a geographical reference than a neighborhood. This expansive stretch north of downtown encompasses a large array of housing options. Here you’ll find some jewels in the crown of gated communities, such as Grey Oaks and Mediterra, but there’s a wide range of neighborhoods. Prices range from $95,000 to $7.7 million. Median price: $430,000

Old Naples

Stretching from the Naples Pier north to the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club and from the gulf to U.S. 41, Old Naples is architecturally diverse, with homes ranging from quaint 1900s cottages to modern mansions. High-end shopping and dining are nearby, as well as easy beach access, making Old Naples a highly sought-after spot. Prices range from $245,000 to $8.9 million. Median price: $805,000

Park Shore

With wide streets, beachside parks, lush green spaces, and plentiful gulf and bay views, Park Shore is a popular neighborhood for young families, professionals, and retirees. With Venetian Village as a landmark, there is a range of choices, from single-family homes to low- and mid-rise condos, and waterfront high-rises. Price range: $189,000 to $9 million

Pine Ridge

This neighborhood, which has been named the best neighborhood in the United States by a real estate research firm, is in a narrow corridor bounded by U.S. 41 and Goodlette-Frank, Vanderbilt Beach, and Pine Ridge roads. What makes it so desirable? The ranking was based on affordability, home-price appreciation, school scores, crime rates, unemployment rates, and property taxes. The properties in Pine Ridge are a lively mix of older homes with character and big yards, and new construction in a range of styles. Price range: $157,900 to $6.5 million

Port Royal

This stretch of land south of Old Naples wedged between the Gulf of Mexico and the bay represents the pinnacle of Southwest Florida real estate. Home to titans of industry, leading philanthropists, and jetsetters, Port Royal lives up to its name. On the gulf side, most of the homes are sprawling estates, ranging into 20,000 square feet and beyond. Price range: $2.9 million to $42.5 million

Royal Harbor

Royal Harbor is a boater’s paradise. Located on Naples Bay, east of downtown, this neighborhood is a mix of older and new homes, most on the bay or on canals with gulf access. Price range: $1.2 million to $5.5 million

Vanderbilt Beach

 If you want to live on the water, this is one of the best places to do it. Located north of Pelican Bay, Vanderbilt Beach is split into two segments: beach and canal. Along the beach is a mix of low- and high-rise condos and single-family homes, while the canals, with gulf access, offer a good selection of new and older single-family homes. Price range: $173,500 to $6.9 million

 

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