Priced To SELL 181 10th Avenue NW Naples FL 34120 Hoey Team ☘ exp Listing in Golden Gate Estates 🐴

Spacious Private 4 Bedroom plus Den plus Dining Room, Oversize Three Car Garage, “Windsor” floor plan built by Waterways, with 3,614 Square Feet of living space in this Priced To Sell Estate Home in Naples Florida.

The Upgraded Kitchen is a chef’s dream. Features include large walk-In closets, tall ceilings, blinds for all windows, newer a/c systems, newer roof, tray ceilings in the master bedroom, Whole House Reverse Osmosis Water System; and more.

One of the guest baths serves as the pool bath.

Home and Shop / Shed as well as a cool fire pit area is all nicely positioned on the 2.1 acre lot with a sprinkler system and pet friendly fenced in back yard; all accessed from a quiet dead end street that is West of Wilson Blvd.

Newer roof, pool & spa with large lanai and expansive under thruss area that is great for entertaining.

There are Tangerine and Lime fruit trees.

This Home is set back nicely, on a dead end Golden Gate Estates street with quick access to the newly planned Vanderbilt Beach Road extension, here in Naples, Southwest Florida.

Enjoy the Naples Lifestyle; It is Close to everything that SW FL 🌴 has to offer. There are No HOA fees

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Golden Gate Estates with a colorful history and Naples Florida Address was originally planned to settle up to 500,000 people on 111,000 acres in Collier County; started by Gulf American Land Corporation (GALC) who previously drained land to sell lots at Cape Coral later renamed Gulf American Corp (GAC) entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 1975.

Today Golden Gate Estates Offers an Excellent Lifestyle for People wanting Space in Southwest Florida; there is something for everyone.

The History of Golden Gate Estates

Many of the roads in the area were once makeshift runways that the Gulf American Land Corp; they were built for planes used to fly people over the area and entice them with dreams that they had no intention of fulfilling.

Golden Gate of Naples, FL, which is nestled in Collier County, is growing.

Back in the 1950s, the area that is now Golden Gate Estates was a swamp. Excavators came in and drained those swamps with canals to expose dry land, and that’s when the scamming began. Many of the roads in the area were once makeshift runways that the Gulf American Land Corp; they were built for planes used to fly people over the area and entice them with dreams that they had no intention of fulfilling. The company sold land and promises of paradise without ever thinking about city planning. Unfortunately, many of the people who signed contracts with Gulf American Land Corp found themselves bankrupt soon after. They purchased nothing but swampland in the middle of nowhere.

This is quite surprising when you remember that 91 square miles of the area was built by men and women who once tried to sell overpriced lots to consumers based on pure speculation and no real city planning

Today’s Golden Gate

Gulf American Land Corp eventually went bankrupt, and in the aftermath, the area continued to grow slowly but steadily. Now, it takes up more square miles than the city limits of Boston, Massachusetts, and Collier County planners have started looking into making the area great again. The goals may include everything from encouraging commercial growth, better city planning, or even leaving things alone. After all, people certainly have their reasons for moving to Golden Gate Estates.

What Makes the Community Different?

Florida is one of the most popular retirement destinations in the country. In fact, Naples itself is among the top 10 most popular retirement cities in all of Florida. It doesn’t come without its caveats, however; much of the area is ruled by homeowners’ associations that tell people how to maintain their home exteriors, how to host outdoor gatherings, and even how to put up holiday decorations. Homeowners are also forced to purchase separate storage for their beloved RVs as homeowners’ associations won’t allow them in driveways, on lawns, or even parked on residential streets.

What the Future Holds

With growth expected to exceed 300,000 new residents in the next 20 years, Collier County planners have their hands full. There are two separate development plans in the works, and these will help focused on things like undeveloped land. The goals involve bringing more commercial activity to the area and providing room for growth, all while maintaining the privacy that comes from having a home built on a 2.5- to 5-acre lot. Right now, current residents say it’s a quiet, peaceful, and beautiful place to live – but it’s missing the amenities to make it a self-sufficient community.

What started as a scam several decades ago may become what its initial residents were promised – the perfect place to retire, settle down, and live a peaceful life.

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