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
New Listing In Park Shore 720 Belair Court
Presenting our newest listing in Park Shore.
Recently renovated “coastal style” beach home with hardwood floors on a quiet cul-de sac in the heart of Park Shore. Situated on a pie shaped lot, this great room style home was designed for entertaining. The house centers around the custom kitchen featuring quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, white shaker style cabinetry with soft close drawers, built-in pantry, center island and a large breakfast bar. The kitchen opens up to the family room, which has pocket sliders to the lanai. Outside is a large pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and tropical landscaping. Kids big & small can play in the large side yard on the basketball court/play area!
The master retreat features walk-in custom closets and lots of windows The master bathroom has a large double vanity, make up station and a large shower with double shower heads. The guest bedrooms are all generously sized and the full suite (2 bedrooms) in the back of the residence has pool/lanai access. Additional features include new impact front doors and a new garage door (2015), well irrigation, new oversized pool cage (2015), LED lighting throughout the interior and outdoor landscape lights. Located in popular Park Shore within walking distance to shops, dining & beach and close to Seagate Elementary School.
Please call us to schedule a showing of this fabulous single family home in the coveted Park Shore area of Naples.
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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