Off of Radio Road, in between Santa Barbara Boulevard and Davis Boulevard, lies a gated community of 238 individual residences called The Sanctuary at Blue Heron. The home sites were built between 2003 and 2006. Each of the 119 single-story buildings has 2 villas with their own double garages. Residences at Blue Heron surround a total of five gleaming lakes, plus wild preserves and encompasses a total 72 acres. Residents can be lucky homeowners of sites that offer either lake or landscaped views.

Residents enjoy the use of the amenities being offered at Blue heron. Condo and villa homes have their own private pool and clubhouse.

Community amenities are year-round heated pool, fitness room, tennis court, a clubhouse with kitchen to cater to the needs of residents and guests plus meeting and game rooms complete with television. The gated entrance to The Sanctuary is shared with Blue Heron Condominium Association, which is a complex managed independently from The Sanctuary at Blue Heron. Diversity is present and thriving as there is a mix of full time and seasonal residents. These residents have chosen to reside at Blue Heron to spend leisure time or raise a family the Southwest Florida style.

About 8 miles from Blue Heron are the Gulf of Mexico beaches with white sand and clear blue waters where you can enjoy one of nature’s most beautiful gifts to mankind. Aside from the beaches, one of Florida’s premier shopping destinations, 5th Avenue Naples, is also just a short distance from the community.

Great schools surrounding Blue Heron are Calusa Park Elementary, East Naples Middle School and Golden Gate High School. .