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Olde Naples

Olde Naples

 

 

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The site of the original settlement of Naples Florida, now known as Olde Naples, remains one of the city’s most unique and charming bergs. One of the neighborhood’s most prominent and recognizable features is the majestic rows of towering coconut palm trees. Every east-west facing avenue in Olde Naples leads down to the beach providing convenient bicycle or pedestrian access and offering the perfect excuse to gather at twilight to savor one of Naples’ glorious sunset displays.

Olde Naples was founded in 1886 and now includes the area from 7th Avenue North to Aqualane Shores on the south, although historically the town’s focal point was the renowned Naples Pier. The present community realizes the import of holding on to its rich heritage, restoring many local, historical buildings and opening them to public viewing. Completed about the turn of the twentieth-century, Millionaires Row, the oldest remaining group of beachfront homes in Olde Naples, offers a striking contrast in comparison to the luxury waterfront estates, cozy cottages and other nearby modern structures.

Olde Naples real estate is an eclectic mix of the old and the new, blending an impressive array of architectures, home sizes and designs spanning decades to create an incomparable living experience. Olde Naples condominium complexes are set back a few blocks from the beach due to area zoning regulations prohibiting them from building directly to the south of the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club.