There is a 2009 Island-style Colonial beachfront mansion on 4.8 acres of land with 277 feet of wide white sand beach in Naples, Florida that is now on the market priced at $68 million.
The mansion is measured at 15,996 square feet with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, large formal rooms, family room, large entry foyer with curved staircase and wet bar, large office/conference room, media room, morning room loggia and Gulf loggia with retractable motorized glass walls. It also boasts of a 93-foot terrace with a 66-foot pool with a spa and sun shelf for individual pleasure or entertaining, a gazebo, an outdoor kitchen, a seven-car collector’s garage, and a shower.
The Naples, Florida beachfront mansion that was built back in 2009 is listed by Bill Earls of John R. Wood Properties.
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Naples, Florida is no longer the laid back little fishing village that stressed Miamians used as one of their prized getaways from their hectic city lives. It was a perfect distance across the upper Everglades on Tamiami Trail where flocks of migrating birds would tousle each other for standing room and the Seminole Indian villages still had their wood stilt homes near the highway where one could observe their daily life in passing.
Once on the outskirts of Naples, one could grab a bite at the crab shack, where the Tin City shops are today, before going to the well-kept but inexpensive motel with kitchenette on the quiet street across from the Naples pier. But that was in the 1970s when the Hippie culture had started turning into the new breed of go-getter Yuppies.
Once Naples was discovered by the wealthy and the famous, the speed of growth was astounding. The building of Interstate 75 helped with that growth and today’s Naples, with its pristine ten miles of white powder beach, is one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S. with the second-highest proportion of millionaires per capita in the country.
Along with the wealth came upscale shopping, expansion of the cultural arts, and fine restaurants. Residents now include a multitude of corporate moguls, sports stars and film stars with many homes priced well over $40 million.
Breaking Naples’ price records, this 2009 Island-style Colonial beachfront mansion on 4.8 acres with 277 feet of wide white sand beach is currently offered for sale. Sprawled across its tropically landscaped grounds, the home is sized at 15,996 square feet with five bedrooms, six baths, large formal rooms, family room, large entry foyer with curved staircase and wet bar, large office/conference room, media room, morning room loggia and Gulf loggia with retractable motorized glass walls.
Overlooking the Gulf is a 93-foot terrace with a 66-foot pool with spa and sun shelf for individual pleasure or entertaining, a gazebo, outdoor kitchen, and shower. The mansion is set back from the road with a large motor court and water feature with a seven-car collector’s garage. Bill Earls of John R. Woods Properties is the listing agent. For more information.
Naples, Florida beachfront mansion on 4.8 acres built in 2009, now available at $68 million.