This beautiful single family home has one of the best views on the lake and you will see that as you walk in the front door and look out of the triple panel sliding glass doors, this will be sure to put you in a relaxed mood!
The master bedroom has a king size bed and a large walk-in closet for those who are planning extended stays. It has its own private bathroom with a large glass enclosed shower as well as a comfort height double vanity sink and commode.
The second guest bedroom has a queen sized bed with plenty of closet space and is tastefully decorated.
The third guest bedroom is set up with two twin beds.
The second bathroom has a shower/tub combination and a comfort height commode and vanity. Both bathrooms have hair dryers and plenty of towels for your use.
There is also a queen size "murphy bed" in what we consider a dual use room. The dual use room is set up as a movie room with a 48" smart TV and DVD/Blue Ray player. The TV has hookups for any style of game system you might care to bring along. A selection of DVD's are available for your use as well as board games, puzzles and books for those days you don't care to head to the beach or sightseeing.
You will also have Wi-Fi internet available as well as a Wi-Fi printer for your use.
The large family room also has a 48" smart TV and DVD/Blue Ray player. You can relax on the leather furniture while watching TV or just enjoying the view out of the triple glass sliders. The sliders tuck back behind the wall to give you a 12’ wide opening to gaze out of. You could also step out onto the lanai and enjoy your favorite beverage while relaxing on the Tete-A-Tete glider or sitting at the high top table.
The kitchen is nicely equipped for your use and the only thing you should need to bring is whatever food items you care to make. The eating area has a large table that seats 6 but an extra leaf is there in case you need to expand it for more guests. If you prefer, you can always sit at the kitchen counter on the high top chairs.
If you’re into grilling there is a BBQ grill out on the patio for your use as well as outdoor seating in both the lanai and patio.
If you like to fish there is equipment for you to use if you wish to walk to the water’s edge in the back yard or you can head to the community center where you will have the use of the fishing pier as well as the large pool with lounge chairs and playground area for the kids.
There is also a washer and dryer available as well as an iron and ironing board for your use.
I have added a live video camera that overlooks the lake so you can see what your view from the house will be.
Some area information:
Naples is the crown jewel of Southwest Florida -- nestled on the sun drenched beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Naples is known for world class shopping, dining and abundant, challenging golf courses. It is also, only steps away from island seclusion or the untamed tropical wilderness of The Everglades. Boasting one of the nation's best sandboxes and calmest seas, Naples makes a splash with water lovers and recreationists. Friendly parks beckon sports enthusiasts and picnickers with lovely green spaces and recreational facilities.
There's no appetizer like fresh air, so after a relaxing day at the beach or an invigorating round of golf or tennis, you may well be looking around for somewhere to eat. Naples will not disappoint. Whatever your preference - casual or formal, surf or turf - the right restaurant exists for you. The tropical climate is conducive to relaxed dining and what better place to enjoy fresh, local seafood than on the waterfront? An abundance of sidewalk cafes, chic bistros and gourmet delis serve up lunch, snacks and pastries. Fine and casual dining options are available at the restaurants located on Naples' fashionable Fifth Avenue South, Third Street South, and Bayfront. Dining Naples-style combines a fun, chic ambiance with flavorful culinary experiences. Guests can choose from Caribbean, Floribbean, Thai, Italian, Irish, French, American and fusion cuisine. There are steak houses, seafood restaurants and bistros specializing in everything from pasta to sushi. Whatever your mood, Naples can provide a wonderful dining experience....
The Naples area is home to several major land reserves, including the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, and Picayune Strand State Forest. The Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is known not only for its 11,000 acres (45 km2) of landscape and wildlife, but for a two and a half-mile long boardwalk winding through the sanctuary. The Naples area is also home to the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, which dates back to 1919.
Downtown Naples is home to The Naples Players, the 5th Avenue South, and 3rd Street South shopping districts, which feature a variety of antique shops. Gallery Row is a concentration among the numerous art galleries spread throughout the downtown area. The Village on Venetian Bay is an upscale open-air shopping district on the Gulf coast. Located directly off of Tamiami Trail are the Waterside Shops, an upscale open-air center. Near downtown on Naples Bay and the Gordon River is the shopping district Tin City. This open-air shopping center specializes in antiques and handmade local novelties. Also, near downtown is Big Cypress Market Place with over 100 diverse vendors. Naples hosts The Oliver Group Champions Cup of the Outback Champions Tennis Series each year. Naples is also the home to swamp buggy races, held three times each year at the Florida Sports Park.
Fishing in Naples
Come on in, the water's fine -- for fishing! Yes, the temperate waters of the Gulf of Mexico provide a good year-round environment for a large number of catchable fish species. Whether your preference is fishing offshore over the wrecks or stalking lunkers in the backwaters, there's plenty of room for fishing in solitude.
Naples has many experienced guides to help you catch that trophy. But if you want to explore on your own, there also are plenty of marinas and tackle shops for boat rentals, tackle and advice. And, if you would prefer, there are places where you can fish without a boat. Some of the more popular spots are our rivers and the Naples Pier. Many people also fish the canals, especially where and when the tidal currents are relatively strong. The beaches can also be productive, especially at dawn and at dusk. Whether your preferred technique is fly, spin, plug or bait, you will enjoy fine fishing in a great environment.
Golf in Naples, Florida
Naples has hosted major state, national and professional tournaments for several decades and continues to expand its role in competition play. The LG Championship (Seniors Tour) has been played at the Classics at Lely Resort, the Vineyards, and Pelican Bay in past years. These events draw more golf enthusiasts every year to Southwest Florida.