What to Know Before Moving to Naples, Florida

Naples, Florida has long been known for its low stress level and high quality of life. If you’re considering moving to where many consider as heaven on Earth for its historic downtown, white, sandy beaches, championship golf, premier shopping and exquisite restaurants, here are three key things to know.

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You can enjoy all the seasons

Many see Naples as a town where the ‘snowbirds’ flock to, spending just a portion of the year. Whether you choose to live here part or full-time, Naples is a town for all seasons and you can enjoy life to the fullest on a year-round basis. Receiving on average 2,900 hours of sunlight per year, residents of Naples enjoy high temperatures in the upper 70s in December and winters rarely drop below the mid-50s. While the summers do get hot with highs in the 90s and lows in the 70s, it’s nothing that a dip in the pool can’t fix.

Health, wellness, sports and recreation are abundant

Southwest Florida is renowned for its beaches and for many, that’s enough. However, people who live in Naples also have access to premier healthcare like the NCH Healthcare System which operates two hospitals and six clinics. The Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida is also found in Collier County and is known for its quality for family care, internal medicine, pediatrics, dental, behavioral and specialty care. Physicians Regional Medical Center also operates two hospitals in the county.

In terms of wellness and recreation, Naples is an outdoor paradise. While long walks on the beach are a great way to spend time outdoors, the city also has plenty of parks and walking trails to take advantage of.

Naples is one of the golf capitals of the world and as such, staying active is both fun and easy. While there are plenty of championship courses — both public and private — to choose from, there are many other sports to enjoy in the area as well. The Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins host their Spring Training Camps in neighboring Fort Myers. The Florida Everblades, a minor league ice hockey team affiliated with the Nashville Predators and Milwaukee Admirals, also calls Fort Myers home.

Consider the neighborhood you’d like to live in

Consisting of just 16 square miles, Naples is composed of several close-knit neighborhoods. Familiarizing yourself with the various neighborhoods such as Aqualane Shores, Port Royal and Olde Naples will help you gain a better understanding of the communities, price of the homes and benefits to each.

Before moving to Naples, Florida, consider the points above and then begin to look for the perfect home. When you’re ready to look, make it easier on yourself by looking at Quattro at Naples Square first. We’re sure your search will end here.

Located in the heart of Downtown Naples, Florida, you’re intimately close to what you love most. Fun on 5th Avenue South is literally around the corner. The boat slips and bistros at Bayfront are just across the street. A day at the beach is an easy bike ride away.

Quattro at Naples Square is also new construction, pet-friendly with a premier location and abundant amenities. For more information visit NaplesSquare.com.