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It’s hard to enhance all the perks of living in Naples, but the 24 Antilles Multiplex Residences, among the 212 homes in the community, offer some of the most desirable features of Naples resort living. Featured at the introductory Phase 1 price, the remaining 3-bedroom floor plans of Antigua and Barbados range from $ 470,000 to $ 565,000 and showcase the best of the Caribbean. Considering the high level of expectations attached to an address in Naples, that says a lot.
More than anywhere else in the Caribbean, the exceptional resort feature of Multiplex condominiums is the view guaranteed to every owner. Whether oriented towards its own bodies of water and the outdoor facilities of the Flamingo Club and beyond towards the Rookery Bay Preserve to the west, or towards the reserves to the east, they are wide, singularly peaceful and uninterrupted by other developments, which is an important distinction in the ever-expanding Naples area.
As a development, the location of the West Indies set back at the end of a long approach ensures a remarkably calm setting, while being just 800 meters from Boulevard Collier and its easy access to all that makes the world of Old Naples and Marco Island. class destinations. Plus, being located adjacent to the 110,000-acre Rookery Bay Estuary National Reserve, Caribbean owners are guaranteed a lifetime of sightings of local and migratory wildlife. Finally, because the multiplexes are buildings with an elevator designed over 2 residential floors over a parking lot on the ground floor, each owner’s point of view offers a bird’s-eye view, long lines of sight from sunrise to sunset. sunset over the natural assets of the region accompanied by the peaceful sound of the cascades of the fountains of the Antilles. Kingfisher lake.
All Multiplex residences are allocated two parking spaces. Each top floor unit receives a single garage plus its assigned space. Models and available units can be viewed daily. Barbados offers 1,549 square feet under the air and a deep, sheltered veranda for hours of nature viewing. The Multiplex’s Barbados decorator model features a split bedroom layout, positioning the master suite for the best views and across the house from the other 2 bedrooms. The foyer’s high ceiling creates a graceful entry into its wonderfully bright and warm main living space. Each Barbados design element has been selected to convey a contemporary take on pure light, using soft whites, creams and light wood furniture for a dazzling effect. The redesigned dining table and slipper chair seats alone are worth a visit, and so is the new take on the classic subway tile backsplash. The well-proportioned main salon lives large with twin sofas and armchairs for comfortable seating. The neo-rustic shiplap adds a layer of texture to the white-on-white wall in the living room and dining room.
Barbados second bedroom offers en-suite access to its own bathroom and both bathrooms feature premium glass shower stalls finished from floor to ceiling in wide profile ivory porcelain tile as standard features . The views of the West Indies are protected by wind and weather resistant windows and doors. No hurricane shutter required.
The multiplex’s largest floor plan is the Antigua end unit, with 1,698 square feet under air. Her decorator style showcases a cohesive color statement from the foyer to her screened porch. Deep charcoal accent walls underlined by decorative moldings define the main living spaces and create a stark contrast to the condominium’s neutral palette of ombre gray and taupe. It is an elegant and comfortable space with a large modular sofa for additional lounging possibilities and plenty of additional seating. The bay window in the dining room adds dimension to the great room, giving it a more spacious ambience and a magnificent view for long meals. At first glance, the tonal gray tones of the kitchen cabinets seem to make them disappear from view, instead drawing attention to the island’s oversized white quartz countertop. Wrap-around cabinets and additional counter seating complete the large island and ensure it becomes an easy gathering space in the home. The Subway Tile Backsplash introduces a graphic element into the kitchen by using individual charcoal and white tiles arranged in a random but balanced pattern. The 2nd bedroom of the Antigua also has access to the guest bathroom.
Among the standard features and inclusions that set a Caribbean home apart from other developments are solid wood cabinetry with 42 inch top kitchen cabinets. Quartz countertops with undermount sinks are standard, as are GE stainless steel appliances and Kohler plumbing fixtures. The cupboards have integrated shelving systems with air circulation. Taller ceilings, 8 foot solid core interior doors with Merano hardware, wider enclosures and tall baseboards are standard. Wide profile porcelain tiles are included in all main living areas, with designer carpeting in the bedrooms. Laundry rooms include appliances. Main pantries and closets are included in each condominium. Master bathrooms offer full-width mirrors installed on double vanities. The value of a home in the West Indies has been built into every phase of its construction.
The fabulous Flamingo Club amenity center is designed to be the heart of the community, serving as a central meeting place, game room, and oversized lounge for dining, fireplace viewing, cocktails, and space for socializing. leisure in general. From morning coffee at Sonny’s Cafe to evening conversations by the pool, it offers many and varied places for Caribbean owners to come together. Business, conference, and executive services can be scheduled through the concierge, as can massages, catering, and one-on-one cardio and fitness workouts. Card and board games can be played in two zones and there are several indoor and outdoor reading, relaxation and general gathering spaces available. In the age of social distancing, the 9,000 square foot West Indies of outdoor living space offers endless opportunities for outdoor activities. The resort’s 3,500-square-foot ford-entry pool offers plenty of open swimming space, and its sun and shade decks feature a lounge and area shaded by umbrellas. The Fire Pit covered pergola offers expansive water views from the resort’s pool to Kingfisher Lake and its adjacent wetland reserve. The lake’s three-tier twin fountains are highlighted at night, a stylish focal point by day or night. The Tiki Hut and its outdoor seating are close enough to the regulatory pétanque and pickleball courts to keep spirits up late into the evening. It’s a fun, sociable place with amazing evening sunset views to the west.
West Indies is located 2 miles 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 AntillesNaples.com to sign up for the most recent updates 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. Kerry or Jaime are here to answer all of your questions.