Collier’s Reserve is conveniently nestled along the Cocohatchee River in North Naples. The developer focused more on a natural live oak tree appeal compared to a highly manicure royal palm tree approach you might find in an area like Pelican Marsh or Grey Oaks.
Collier’s Reserve Naples, Florida provides a friendly and informal lifestyle for country club members. The main clubhouse offers casual, formal and private dining. The facilities include:
- Comfortable lockers and lounges
- Well-appointed golf and tennis shops
- Exercise room and a
- Pleasurable lap pool.
- Tennis Center with four Har-Tru tennis courts lighted for night play.
- Boathouse along the Cocohatchee River. The Boathouse offers the use of canoes and a fishing pier to members for full enjoyment of the river.
Created to preserve the natural beauty of the area, Collier’s Reserve Country Club, a private, member-owned equity club, serves as a refuge for Florida’s delicate wildlife and subtropical surroundings, additionally, it is the World’s First Audubon Signature Cooperative Sanctuary certified by Audubon International.
The classical Arthur Hills course, designed for players of all levels of ability, is in one of Collier County’s most pristine golf setting and is the perfect retreat for the avid golfer. You will enjoy the serene 18-hole course with brilliant river views, freshwater lakes and stunning natural preserves. Members have the benefit of private practice facilities for driving, putting and chipping.
All homes here are single-family in nature. To break into the community means you’ll need to spend around one million dollars. Most of the properties were built between 1997 and 1999 although some homes were built slightly before and after. Expect the lower priced properties to need updating as they are aging but most of the floor plans are still fabulous today. Something else important to mention is the fact that lot sizes are going to feel quite spacious here compared to other communities. That’s why a majority of properties are one-story homes and why you’re going to feel a good sense of privacy and tranquility here. Even homes located on golf courses tend to have a little more privacy due to vegetation screening in many cases and house orientation on the lot.