Looking to be One with Nature? Consider the Isles of Collier Preserve
The Isles of Collier Preserve is currently constructing beautiful homes and villas along the waterways. Sales representatives want potential customers to have their first impressions on how much the community centers around nature and how different this place is from some of the many other gated communities throughout Lee County.
It all starts at the discovery sales center. “This is where we highlight all our neighbors and surroundings. What we are presenting to the public is more than just a community.” In the center of the Discovery Center, also in the hub for the Isles of Collier Preserve, is a huge cypress tree which towers over the wooden boardwalk with little cypress knees protruding for what looks like shimmering water below. This boardwalk surround the tree with a variety of informational science and details about the nature preserve and the history of the area. However, this is not your typical nature center or even an outdoor park; it’s the new sales center of the Isles of Collier Preserve. There’s even an electric boat that will soon be constructed to take interested buyers on a journey along the Cyprus waterway that meanders throughout the county. This is a great way for locals and residents to get excited about a community. The preserve is set on over 2400 acres of land east of Tamiami Trail and Thomasson Drive. The developers plan to leave about 1300 acres of land in its natural state even though they’re building out nearly 1700 homes.
The focus is all on nature and outdoor living. There will be miles of walking paths and biking paths, water sports and a design that will make it look more like old Naples than a new and modern layout. A picture of the 1928 Gateway to Naples is next to one of a bridge over the waterway. This photo shows how similar the architecture will be to old Naples. “The clubhouse will be modeled after the old Naples Beach Hotel instead of many of the common Mediterranean styles currently found in new developments.”
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This is truly something unique and different in Lee County. Many of the homes will face the water or the nature preserve and the waterway will wind around throughout the community giving a more interesting experience for kayakers and boaters.
Another plus for future residents of the Isles of Collier Preserve is that there are no CDD fees which can add $1000-$2000 a year on the tax bill.
The sales center is set to open around mid to late January but if you’re interested you can certainly call our office to gain access to the community, find out about upcoming homes or to get in on the ground floor building your dream home at the Isles of Collier Preserve. [Source]