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When choosing where to buy your luxury home, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than one of the best communities in the nation. Can you imagine a better place to buy a home than the city named America’s #1 beach town to live in, America’s #2 best small city to live in, as well as the best place for golfers to live in Florida?

Welcome to Naples!

One of the driving factors for living in Naples is the fantastic golfing. It is a dominant part of the city’s appeal. Naples’s first course was carved out in 1919 at a time when only about 100 people lived there. Although Naples is no longer a sleepy fishing village, its golf is as good as ever!

Naples isn’t just the best place to call home for golfers though. The weather, relaxed attitude, low crime rates, and job opportunities all combine to make what we feel is the most livable city in Florida.

However, we don’t want you to just believe us because we said so. We have compiled a list of what makes Naples be  above the rest of other Florida cities.



Naples Has Peace and Quiet You Can’t Find in Boca Raton

Isola Bella View

While both South Florida towns have great golfing, Naples is the place to be if you are looking to relax. Broward County is a bustling place and Boca Raton is no exception. The city has almost 100,000 residents compared to Naples with less than 22,000. If it’s peace and quiet you are looking for, head to Naples.


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You Can Count on Less Rain in Naples than Pensacola

Pensacola receives 65 inches of rainfall annually! Compare that to the 260 sunny days and less than 40 inches of rain a year in Naples and you’ll understand why so many people call this townhome. The physical beauty surrounding Naples and the gleaming Florida sun that’s sure to be shining when you’re out golfing, walking, or enjoying time with friends is part of what makes Naples such a special place to live.


Crime Is Much, Much Lower in Naples Than Miami

Coffee table at Monterey

Miami Dade County is a cultural hub in Florida, but it is also one of the most dangerous places in the state. The crime rate in Miami makes it a less than ideal place to retire or bring your family. In 2019, Miami Dade County saw over 13,000 cases of violent crime and just under 87,000 cases of property crime. In 2019, the entirety of Collier County, in which Naples is located, saw less than 94% less violent crime than Miami Dade County and 95% less property crime.


Sonoma Lake Sunset View on Sonoma Model

Naples Has Less Traffic than Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale sits in the middle of a metropolitan area of 5 million people. While the area offers plenty to do, that brings a lot of traffic and congestion with it! When Fort Lauderdale residents were asked about traffic in the area in 2019, 65% of residents said they were dissatisfied with traffic flow in the area.

In Naples, you don’t need to worry about the hubbub of in-town traffic the same way as you would in Fort Lauderdale. If you live at Talis Park most of what you need lies within the community itself, which means your chances of getting stuck in traffic are next to none! The average commute time in Naples is also 27% less than in Fort Lauderdale.


Naples Is More Pedestrian-Friendly Than Tampa

Fountain in Tails Park

Sadly, the Tampa Bay area has one of the highest rates of pedestrian fatalities in the U.S. From 2012 to 2018, nearly 1,300 people died as a result of motor vehicle crashes in Hillsborough County, where Tampa is located.

In Naples, the numbers are much lower and inside the gates of Talis Park, the community is both walkable and pedestrian-friendly, with pedestrian bridges and walking trails on the luxury property.


Naples Is More Affordable than Palm Beach

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Palm Beach County is beautiful, but you can get that same beauty for a quarter of the price in Naples! According to bestplaces.net, the average home price in Palm Beach is $1,170,800 compared to $323,700 in Naples. Both of these towns are far above the average home price in the U.S., making them both great locations to buy a luxury home but if you want more bang for your buck– Naples is the place to be!


Naples is Home to A More Vibrant Economy than Orlando

Monterey Office

Orlando has one of the highest unemployment rates in the state, with over double the unemployment rate in Naples. Naples has buzzing tourism, commerce, real estate, and agriculture economy. The median income in Naples $107,013, over double Orlando’s median income of $51,757.

view of a home and a bridge at Talis Park

Living in Talis Park, Naples

These are just a few highlights of what sets Naples apart, but we would love for you to come to see for yourself. This list doesn’t even begin to touch on the state-of-the-art amenities we can offer you as a resident of Talis Park or the elegance of the homes on our property that far exceed any expectations.

So, whether you are searching out premiere golfing, the sunshine, beach days on the Gulf of Mexico, or a booming economy, Naples, Florida is the perfect place for you.

Getting into a beautiful new home at Talis Park has never been easier thanks to the Luxury Home Specialist Team at Talis Park. If you are ready to buy a luxury home for sale in the area, our team will help find you the home of your dreams in a most extraordinary community in Naples. Give us a call at (239) 494-6588 for more information on luxury homes in Naples.