The water bodies of the West Indies shine for the season

Lucitt & Co.

It might be the time of year, but the sight of the sparkling three-tiered fountains of the West Indies and the resort’s pristine swimming pool illuminated for the Neapolitan version of the winter season really makes it seem like the holidays are approaching, and reasons to be happy abound in this beautiful part of town. The community looks great. Beautiful West Indies Island style architecture finished in soft gray stucco with high contrast trim and value added structural elements sets the tone for the West Indies. The equipment is complete and appreciated by the new owners. Cooler weather could mean the fireplace lounge and huge outdoor fireplace will have as much play as the pool, though nothing says Florida at its best as a 3,500 square foot heated pool, though the steam rising from the adjacent spa to a close second. As the days get shorter until mid-December, photos of late afternoon poolside parties take on the appearance of midnight swims. Wonderful, album-worthy winter memories can fill the first sub-tropical vacation season for new owners in the West Indies.

In addition to its popular water features, the 5,000 square foot Flamingo Club amenity center functions as the heart of the community, offering concierge and managerial services as well as a fully equipped fitness center and a catering kitchen. Its meeting room is about half the size of the club and overlooks all of the sun and shaded terraces of the 9,000 square foot outdoor living space, outdoor barbecues, outdoor seating and an oversized Tiki Hut. with an end-to-end service bar. The regulatory pétanque and pickleball courts are specially built away from the residences to maintain the serene atmosphere of the Antilles and a 4-hole Putting Green has recently been installed between the courts. Play equipment is available to owners and their guests, courtesy of the developer, JMD Development.

The construction of the first phase of the Antilles is finished and almost exhausted. It includes 3 bedroom Classic and Grand Coach homes ranging from 1,509 to 2,444 square feet under air and 12 low rise units which are elevator buildings designed on 2 floors above a ground floor parking lot. pavement. They feature 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans ranging from 1,448 to 1,698 square feet. All low-rise residences are allocated 2 parking spaces, with the top-floor units receiving a one-car garage as one of their spaces. Pricing for the remaining Phase 1 units starts in the top $ 400,000 and the low monthly fees have been a strong incentive for buyers since the start of the project.

The rest of the Antilles 212 residences will be built in a rolling construction format until the community is complete. The Grand Coach Homes currently under construction will be ready to move in in February and presales have been active. Priced at $ 500,000, these are the largest units in the West Indies. Construction of smaller Classic Coach Homes will begin shortly. These are 3-bedroom units with screened porches, 1-car garages, and 1,500 square foot floor plans. As starter properties, they will continue to occupy a significant segment of the makeup of the 54-acre community.

Following the same successful format as in phase 1, the new Grand Coach residences will be 4-unit structures including garages for 2 cars and a large screened veranda with each residence. The Nevis First Floor is a 3 bedroom unit with 1,980 square feet under air. These are the first units for sale in phase one of the West Indies. One of the favorite features for buyers is Nevis’ separate storage room, which adds to the pantry, both lined with floor-to-ceiling wood shelves on two sides. The storage room is large enough that a current owner chose to turn it into an office. The reserve and water orientations will be available and buyers will be able to select their options and finishes during construction.

Nevis’ impactful side entry opens into its bright, open main living space configured as a great room with an island kitchen and adjoining dining and living spaces. Tall wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors bring a serene view of the home indoors and allow for the easy indoor-outdoor lifestyle that characterizes all Caribbean homes. The Nevis kitchen features an oversized chef-style kitchen island with a beautiful curved-edged quartz countertop, high-camber multi-function chrome faucet, and Kohler fixtures. It is highlighted by three pendant lights in addition to the recessed lighting in the house. Contemporary Shaker style cabinets cover two wide walls and include 42 inch tall top cabinets. Stainless steel appliances and a large pantry with custom shelving complete the space. The spacious living and dining areas are adjacent and easily adapt to family life.

The upper floor of the Grand Coach Home, Montserrat, is the largest 3 bedroom home in the West Indies at 2,444 square feet under air. Its entrance on the first floor adds a degree of separation from the rest of the house which reinforces the impression of a single family home. The owners of Phase One have personalized their Loft like everything from a quiet reading and play space to an occasional alcove that any grandchild would love. The Great Room offers the best views of the West Indian skies and runs parallel to the Nevis first floor layout. The Montserrat is distinguished by taller ceilings and cornice details in the living room and master bedroom, as well as an extra-deep veranda that spans its Great Great Room.

The value of a home in the West Indies has been taken into account at every stage of its construction. No upgrades are required to get solid wood, 8 foot interior doors, Merano hardware, sleek toggle light switches, cove ceilings per plan, higher ceilings and more baseboards tall. Solid wood cabinetry is used throughout the home with soft-close features, as are 42-inch tall kitchen top cabinets and a wide profile, porcelain tile flooring throughout all living areas and a wide profile. Designer level carpeting in bedrooms. The showers are tiled from floor to ceiling and finished with sizable frameless glass shower doors. Double sink master bathroom vanities are standard. All closets include custom built-in storage systems to promote air circulation. Exterior windows and doors are wind and hurricane resistant, and coordinated cobblestone walkways and walkways are standard. Low E impact resistant aluminum windows are included, as are reinforced concrete slabs with moisture barriers. The roofs are designed with hurricane clips and 160mph wind protection clips. All homes include linen closets, pantries, master closets and separate laundry rooms, as well as energy saving appliances. Quartz countertops are also standard, as are kitchen island pendant lights and GE stainless steel kitchen appliances, including trendy French door refrigerators. Recessed lighting and pre-wiring for data, voice and video are also standard features. The full range of selections and options available to owners can be viewed at the Flamingo Club sales office.

The West Indies are a short drive from the fine restaurants and shops of old Naples and the world class fishing and beaches of Marco Island are also close by. It is a gated community, 3 km south of Tamiami Trail East (US 41), off Collier Boulevard (SR 951). Turn east on Port Au Prince Road and continue to the Flamingo Club, 155 Indies Drive East, Naples, FL 34114. The West Indies are represented by JRW Developer Resources, a division of John R. Wood Properties. Please refer to to register or call 239-691-4455 for an appointment. The sales center is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Jaime and Kerry are on hand to answer all of your questions.

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