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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 Sun 22 Sep 2019 4:30 PM GMT
Pregnant Circle-K employee attacked in east Naples
A 19-year-old woman is in custody in Collier County after allegedly hitting and kicking a pregnant Circle-K employee on Radio Road in east Naples.
Car crash causes water main break on Metro Parkway
A Dodge Durango hit a water pipe, causing parts of Metro Parkway to flood initially, but the water was contained to flow into a side ditch.
Southwest Florida celebrates International Peace Day
The event is running from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and all are welcome to join in on the fun.
Police officer resigns after remark regarded as shooting threat
The officer said he was joking and apologized for his actions before resigning.
Antonio Brown said he will no longer play in the NFL, according to tweet
After he was signed to the Patriots, Brown was accused of sexually assaulting his former trainer, according to a lawsuit.
Forecast: Plenty of sunshine for last day of summer
With only a few very isolated spots of rain developing yesterday, it was a rather nice day to get outside! The breeze was high and persistent, but it at least kept the air feeling slightly cooler and more pleasant. Today is going to be very similar.
One dead in fatal crash on Radio Road
One person has died in a fatal crash at Radio Road and Dartmouth Drive on Friday night, according to Florida Highway Patrol.
Student approached by man after getting off school bus in Golden Gate
The man was by himself and told her to come over to his car on two separate occasions.
LCSO, school district-sponsored seminar teaches parents of students how to identify the signs of a threat
With bullets being found in schools, written social media threats and loaded guns on school buses, parents agree school threats are real and need to stop.
Matlacha Pine Island Fire responds to quarter-acre brush fire
Multiple units, as well as deputies from the Lee County Sheriff's Office, responded to the fire at the end of Pompano Avenue.
Middle school puts special needs student's desk in bathroom
A middle school in Washington state placed an autistic student's desk in the bathroom after they were told the student does best in a quiet place, according to CNN.
Car flips over on Collier Boulevard, injuries reported
Florida Highway Patrol reported there were injuries from the crash, but no further information was given.
One man in critical condition after car slams into tree on Golden Gate Boulevard
The car crashed head-on into a tree on Golden Gate Boulevard, completely crushing the car's front end.
6-year-old girl arrested for tantrum, grandmother outraged
Orlando Police handcuffed 6-year-old Kaia and took her to get fingerprinted and a mug shot taken, according to WFLA.
Researchers taking count of species in Picayune Strand State Forest
The combined work of scientists across Southwest Florida focuses on data collected in the forest that's being restored after it was once slated for major development.
Students and faculty at Riverdale High School wear gold t-shirts designed by child battling cancer
Emma is 10 years old and battling Leukemia at Golisano Children's Hospital.
Climate change is causing local beaches to erode
The impacts of climate change will only make beach erosion a bigger issue in the future.
Deputies focus on Clewiston home in Bee Love murder investigation
Earlier this month, Bee Love was found dead, burned in a car.
Homeless man repeatedly caught peeing outside a Cape Coral restaurant
Officers haven’t been able to make an arrest because each time they arrive at the business the homeless man is gone.
Friday night football scores for week 5
See the football scores for Charlotte and Lee County teams for week 5.
FDLE processes 8,023 sexual assault kits after three-year project
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced Friday they processed over 8,000 sexual assault kits after a three-year project.
Where to see the bat signal lighting up the sky on Batman Day
The third Saturday of September marks the caped crusader's 80th anniversary.
Colorado woman puts bobcat in SUV next to child
A woman picked up a bobcat that was struck by a car and put it in her car before calling wildlife experts.
Father and son fall off 75-foot cliff to their deaths
A witness had to lead police to the bodies, due to the challenging terrain.
Fifth grader's coffee cart delivers joy in Cape Coral
A Cape Coral fifth-grader with down syndrome is delivering coffee and joy to the staff at his school.
LCEC training new group of apprentices
Lee County Electric Cooperative is training a group of new apprentices.
Employees could still be fired for using medical marijuana
That because nationally, it’s ranked up there with heroin and the feds say it has no medical use, although many doctors disagree.
Florida senator proposes bill that would double fines for drivers who pass school buses illegally
Six hundred and thirty-seven— that is the number of times drivers in Lee County illegally passed stopped school buses in one day last year.
|Some East Naples residents are worried about a non-profit moving into their neighborhood|
People living in East Naples are worried about their new neighbors.
Facebook suspends 'tens of thousands' of apps as part of Cambridge Analytica investigation
The company is still trying to repair its reputation after the data-mining firm used information from millions of Facebook users through an app,
Patriots release Antonio Brown
Brown has been the subject of multiple sexual assault allegations.
Former North Port dance teacher sentenced to 26 years in prison for molesting a student
She has been designated as a sex offender and ordered to have no contact with minors or the victim.
Six locals arrested in Sarasota County retail theft bust
Deputies worked with local retailers in Sarasota and Venice to carry out their mission.
Lee County hit with cybersecurity attack
Lee County Manager Roger Desjarlais announced Friday the county experienced a security breach through a cyber attack.
Florida man found with 43 turtles inside Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle backpack
A man was sentenced today to one year of probation after he was caught with 42 striped mud turtles and one softshell turtle inside a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle backpack in his truck in May.
Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes amid vaping illness outbreak
Walmart announced Friday it will stop selling e-cigarettes in all stores, including Sam's Clubs stores.
624 pounds of marijuana found inside U-Haul by FHP K-9
Both the driver and passenger of the U-Haul truck were arrested on Tuesday night, law enforcement said.
Florida police officer arrested for having child porn
A Florida police officer is accused of having and distributing child pornography.
Fugitive Friday: September 20
Every Friday, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers shares information on four fugitives authorities need help finding:
Punta Gorda boy's life transformed by Golisano sensory room
Among other benefits, they have helped calm the boy and further his development.
Collier County deputies search for missing mother and baby
Shelby Caputo, 23, and her son RJ Cudney Jr. were last seen in the 4700 block of Escobar Avenue on Monday, according to deputies.
Traffic Alerts: September 20
Here are all your up to date traffic alerts across Southwest Florida
Coastal cleanups happening in Southwest Florida
The International Coastal Cleanup will rally together to collect and document the trash littering on coastlines on Saturday, Sept. 20.
Two people in the hospital after a crash in construction zone in Lehigh Acres
A crash happened early Friday morning on SR 82 at Columbus Boulevard in Lehigh Acres.
School continues as planned after roof fire at San Carlos Park Elementary
There is a fire in the roof at San Carlos Park Elementary.
News 2 Use: September 20
All the news you need to start your Friday
Strange man lurks around a Lehigh Acres home, looks through boy's window
Motion sensors from their surveillance system alerted them of activity outside. That's when they saw the man looking inside.
Evicted Fort Myers man keeps coming home
He is accused of breaking into the home next door using a shovel.
How Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn and Mary wound up at a Cape Coral church
"We need to be more specific in our prayers with God," the lead pastor said.
Tracking more than just Jerry, developments brewing in the tropics
All the new updates on Hurricane Jerry and the other tropical features.
Cape Coral police take down fentanyl trafficker
Cape Coral police said they were watching Chaylon McClary deal drugs for months before they raided his home.
Raccoon takes 16 mile-long wild ride on Wonder Bread truck
A raccoon in Cape Coral took a wild ride on a Wonder Bread delivery truck, hanging on while the truck went up to 55 mph on Tuesday morning.
Naples considers possibility of dog-friendly beaches
The City of Naples is looking at the option of allowing dogs on the beach.
Southwest Florida immigrants receiving 'fake court dates'
These fake court dates are going out to folks who find themselves in deportation. Immigration attorneys said it's creating chaos in the immigration system.
Number of skimmers found in Florida could hit another high this year
With three months left in this year, there have already been more than 1,000 reports of skimmers.