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Introduction to the North Preserve
The Falling Waters North Preserve gated community occupies a secluded 31 acre site in a natural area of forested preserve on the west side of US41 north of Naples. It is close to spectacular beaches, Golf courses and other recreational amenities. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and good schools nearby.
Passing through the 24 hour gated entrance, you are greeted by spectacular waterfalls, lakes and tropical fauna in the professionally landscaped grounds. A garden path meanders by a lake with waterfall to reach the extra large heated swimming pool with its gazebo and sunbathing areas.
The ninety exclusive two and three bedroom condominiums are spacious and elegent, each has two bathrooms, a large lanai and an oversized garage with private parking area. The interiors are finished to a high specification with 10
foot ceilings on the first floor units, the second floor units have vaulted ceilings. All units are fully air conditioned and are fitted with a fire sprinkler system and smoke detectors
The attractive two storey condominium buildings have a textured cement exterior wall finish and Spanish concrete roof tiles and are matched by the seperate garages. The community grounds and buildings are managed and maintained by an active Condominium owners Association.
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Last updated on Mon 15 Oct 2018 9:30 PM GMT
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