About Old Naples
For those looking to own a small piece of history, Olde Naples Florida fits the bill. They offer luxury homes for sale starting in the low $900s for one of the smaller, original homes, some of which may require extensive remodeling, up to $10 million for a new luxury estate. Of course, as with any real estate market, the price of the property depends on a number of factors such as its proximity to the ocean, it's size and whether or not the structure is newer or not. For those looking to relocate to Florida and are looking for a community full of life, history and plenty of old world charm. More about Olde Naples Homes for Sale.
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Old Naples Homes for Sale - Naples Florida
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Old Naples Homes for Sale - Naples Florida
Olde Naples is a community for those looking for the best residential homes and lifestyle that southwest Florida has to offer. This area has a rich and diverse history that dates back to the late 1800's and this beautiful oceanside community still hosts some of its grand old beach and inland cottages.
Long considered one of the most desirable areas to live in Florida, Olde Naples, is located right along the beautiful white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, between 7th Avenue North and 13th Avenue South, West of US 41. The Olde Naples refers to the original beachfront homes that were built around the turn of the century and were considered the very first homes in Millionaire's Row. Over the years, the area has experienced a large expansion and now includes a large variety of homes, waterfront condos like Naples Bay Resort or the New Naples Square and grand estates as well as world-class shopping and dining establishments in the country.
In Olde Naples, you will find cottages in all hues dotting the Gulf of Mexico alongside majestic coconut palms nestled in between custom beachfront estates, condos, Mediterranean properties, and seasonal townhomes. The residential mix in Olde Naples is eclectic and yet has a certain charm and appeal. The area offers quaint shaded avenues that all lead to the beautiful white sand beaches Florida is known for. Residents of Olde Naples often enjoy long, leisurely strolls along the beach and enjoy some of the most spectacular sunsets anywhere in the world. The over 350 home sites all have some sort of waterfront property thanks to the beautiful deep water canals and bay access as well as the miles and miles of ocean access.
Thanks to more recent expansion, Olde Naples has undergone a transformation over the past few years, razing many of the original older homes in order to provide space for newer, most luxurious custom built estates. Those original homes that remain are being remodeled in order to provide residents with both old world charm and new world comfort and amenities. This means that whether you are looking for a simple single family home or a grand luxury estate, Olde Naples has exactly what you are looking for.
In addition to the numerous properties available, Olde Naples is well-known as one of the most "walking friendly" areas of Florida. Olde Naples provides plenty of walking opportunities whether it is strolling along the white sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico or down the many sidewalks downtown that front the many upscale boutiques, art galleries, delicatessens and eateries as well as cultural attractions. Olde Naples is also home to many special events that include wine tasting events, exclusive art gallery viewings, outdoor music festivals, and other events that make nightlife in Olde Naples something truly exciting and special.
Olde Naples is also as famous for its fishing as it is for its walking, eating and shopping. Thanks to the numerous fresh and salt water bodies of water in Olde Naples, fishing enthusiasts can take advantage of the large number of indigenous species of fish. Fish from any one of several piers that reach out into the Gulf of Mexico or take advantage of the several fishing tours offered by local businesses and enjoy all day fishing excursions. If freshwater fishing is your thing, take advantage of the local deep water canals and lakes and engage in some of the most exciting freshwater fishing in the country. Naples Pier extends out 1,000 feet into the Gulf of Mexico and offer fishermen the ability to engage in sport saltwater fishing without ever setting foot on a boat.
The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the Southwest Florida Multiple Listing Service. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Listing information last updated on December 31st, 1969 at 7:00pm EST.