Mediterra is a thoughtfully-designed community that lets residents live near the sandy shores of South West Florida in a place that features plenty of amenities. The community itself is a gated, expansive piece of land that encompasses almost 1,700 acres in North Naples. Half of that area is a nature preserve, allowing people to appreciate the natural beauty of the region.
The homes and community buildings evoke a Mediterranean feel, with classic architecture and lush gardens. New buyers can purchase coach homes, villas, or single-family lots in which they can build their dream homes. Kids living here will be close to the Royal Palm Academy and other high-performing schools.
In the community are two pristine golf courses designed by Tom Fazio. Each course lets players enjoy the views of nature preserves and the water. Anyone wanting to improve his or her score can visit the Golf Learning Center to get professional instruction and take advantage of some of the latest in sports technology. A members-only clubhouse features both casual and fine dining.
For those who prefer to hit the beach, there's a private beach club about twenty minutes away. The Beach Club has a second-floor pool and a restaurant with tables inside and outside, and it sits right on the white sandy shores of the Gulf of Mexico. There is ample space to enjoy a peaceful day next to the warm water.
Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy Mediterra's Sports Club. It has seven Har-Tru tennis courts, professional tennis instruction, cardio tennis programs, and leagues. The community fitness center is equipped with cardio and weight machines, and it's staffed by enthusiastic and knowledgeable trainers.
The area is perfect for those who want to head out for a peaceful stroll or a spirited bike ride. Residents who live here can easily access paths and trails, and they can take them to one of the three parks in the community. Kids can frolic in the Calusa Play Park, nature lovers can watch the birds in the adjacent wetlands, and people of all ages can take in the sights at the Parterre Garden.