Resort-style living at its finest is what you get from Island Walk. Located in the popular North Naples, Island walk is considered to be a master-planned gated neighborhood that is made up of single-family homes, attached villas and townhomes where a majority are lakefront or have stunning lake views.
Built by DiVosta Homes in 1998, Island Walk boasts its meticulous landscaping, lake views and what most residents are seeking, privacy.
The properties come in 3 and 4 bedroom flour plans. A single-family home averages in 2500 square feet of living space in size and the views do not disappoint. Attached villas range in size between 1500-1900 square feet of living space. It was between the years 1998 and 2002 where most of these properties were built.
The community is built on finger lakes, where views are majestic and the cooling breeze is oh so relaxing! There are many opportunities for fun family activities as well including fishing and boating. However, in keeping with being able to create a safe, relaxing, carefree and protected environment, only non-motorized crafts are permitted at the lakes.
What is unique about Island Walk is its Town Center. It is considered to be a community landmark that offers an array of amenities for the residents. The Town Center has a gas station, car wash, beauty parlor, a bank, a full service Post office, café and store. There are also several other recreational amenities offered in the community including a clubhouse with a fully-equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center, 8 Har-Tru tennis courts, a putting green, resort-style swimming pool and separate lap pool, bocce courts and designated paths, sidewalks and bridges for walking, biking and jogging, which at the same time connects the residents from their residential sections to the Town Center. The community also offers an on-site activities director to help you plan out your day.
Schools such as Laurel Oak and Vineyard Elementary, Oakridge Middle School and Gulf Coast High School are located in close proximity and very easily accessible.
Seven miles from Island Walk is the beach along Vanderbilt Beach Road as well as many other golf courses and other imaginable stunning sceneries.