Park Shore

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One of the original Naples areas is actually three Communities or Developments: Park Shore / The Moorings and Coquina Sands with Coquina Sands being the southernmost section followed by The Moorings and finally Park Shore as you come north on the beach. All residential areas along the Gulf beachfront are condominiums. As you drive north on Gulf Shore Boulevard, the buildings start out as the older 2 story smallish condos and gradually build to 22 story major very upscale condominium. Naturally the newer the structure, the higher the price range. Also as you get in to higher price ranges, the square footage gets noticeably higher. In this area, condominiums are directly on the beach.

In the middle of the Park Shore island, is a major shopping area … Venetian Village. Venetian Village has many small shops and restaurants. Almost anyone who lives in Naples is going to visit Venetian Village several times a year, if only to have a drink on the upper deck of Bayside overlooking Venetian Bay. As you look south down Venetian Bay, the name changes to Moorings Bay. Depending on the location, a boater may have direct Gulf Access. The Christmas Boat Parade is always a Venetian Bay happening.

East of the Island and west of what is called Tamiami Trail (or 9th Street … or 41 or simply The Trail) you will find older condominiums and significant residential areas. The more expensive areas will be located on the Bay.

If you live in Park Shore / The Moorings or Coquina Sand, chances are that if you play golf, you will most likely be joining a golf club located within a 15 minute drive of your home. The Moorings Golf Club has a course which is a 3558 yard layout with par of 63. But finding good golf is not a problem in the Naples area which boasts more golf courses per capital than most any other place in the U.S.

Aside from the newer condos, there are no gated communities in this area.

One as to keep in mind that 60 years ago, Naples hardly existed. It was a small little town with a couple of stop lights. Today, it is a world class sophisticated area which has kept its small town charm but with world class amenities. Park Shore is an easy drive to everything.