The Samuel Team at John R. Wood Properties is pleased to announce our newest listing at 3636 Crayton Road.3636 Crayton RoadBuilt in 1988 and then completely renovated, this “move-in ready” Park
Kalea Bay Records Over 100 Million In Sales
Kalea Bay, the high rise community developed by Soave Real Estate in Naples has recorded over $100 million in sales so far for the new tower development off Vanderbilt Drive. Construction of the first of 5 towers began earlier this summer and the towers first and second floors are visible from Vanderbilt Drive. The first tower at Kalea Bay is scheduled for completion summer of 2017 and will feature 22 stories and 120 luxury residences and two floors of parking. There are six floor plans available at Kalea Bay with pricing starting at $1.3 million. Plans start at 3,280 square feet and go up to 3,921 square feet featuring three or four bedrooms. All Kalea Bay residences will feature fabulous gulf views, open floor plans with private elevators, nine foot ceilings and wood floors throughout as well as custom gourmet kitchens with natural gas and oversized kitchen islands. Additional features include floor to ceiling windows and doors, high tech wiring and equipped laundry rooms and wide lanais with transparent glass railings as well as rooftop amenities. Kalea Bay is a resort style community and will include a clubhouse with 3 individual pools, a pool deck bar, an indoor/outdoor restaurant, a snack bar and an internet cafe as well as a tennis pavilion and 24 guest suites. For beach convenience, a shuttle service from the clubhouse will run to the Gulf beaches.
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Rowan Samuel has lived many lives. Originally from Zimbabwe (Rhodesia), he and his family immigrated to the U.S. in 1980 to escape the brutal Mugabe regime - they lost everything when they came to Am....
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