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Introduction to the North Preserve
The Falling Waters North Preserve gated community occupies a secluded 31 acre site in a natural area of forested preserve on the west side of US41 north of Naples. It is close to spectacular beaches, Golf courses and other recreational amenities. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and good schools nearby.
Passing through the 24 hour gated entrance, you are greeted by spectacular waterfalls, lakes and tropical fauna in the professionally landscaped grounds. A garden path meanders by a lake with waterfall to reach the extra large heated swimming pool with its gazebo and sunbathing areas.
The ninety exclusive two and three bedroom condominiums are spacious and elegent, each has two bathrooms, a large lanai and an oversized garage with private parking area. The interiors are finished to a high specification with 10
foot ceilings on the first floor units, the second floor units have vaulted ceilings. All units are fully air conditioned and are fitted with a fire sprinkler system and smoke detectors
The attractive two storey condominium buildings have a textured cement exterior wall finish and Spanish concrete roof tiles and are matched by the seperate garages. The community grounds and buildings are managed and maintained by an active Condominium owners Association.
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Last updated on Thu 14 Nov 2019 8:00 AM GMT
Man threatens gas station clerk with knife over four-pack of beer
The incident happened at the store on Bonita Beach Road and US 41 on Tuesday morning.
Officers conduct death investigation after finding decomposed body in Fort Myers
It is unclear how the person found had died.
Bicyclist hit by car on Lee Boulevard
A witness said the biker went flying into the windshield of the car.
One person detained, another still being searched for in connection to stolen vehicle in Collier County
Deputies were seen searching the area near a black pickup truck.
Witness: Pedestrian hit by car in North Fort Myers
A white Cadillac's front passenger window was smashed in and shoes were seen on the ground near the accident.
Officers searching for two men on the run after they stole a car
The men took off on foot after leaving the stolen 2014 white Infiniti in the Sunterra Apartments parking lot.
Arrest warrant reveals new details in case of missing Jacksonville 5-year-old
Just before she was arrested, Brianna Williams was taken to the hospital after attempting to take her own life, leaving her in serious condition.
Inclusive gym for special needs kids opens in Fort Myers
We Rock the Spectrum saw a turnout of more than 120 families during its grand opening on November 9.
Fatal crash in Clewiston shuts down eastbound US-27
The crash happened at US-27 and Flaghole Road on Wednesday night, according to FHP.
Take a never-before-seen look inside Thomas Edison's vault
The archival vault is filled with letters, documents, sketches, and photographs that give historians a better idea of who Thomas Edison was and how his mind worked.
Lee County School District breaks ground on $98-million high school
Construction is expected to be done on the school by April 2021.
Coast Guard suspends search for missing boaters
One of the passengers was found offshore of Miami but two more have yet to be found.
Forecast: A little warmth, but then a bigger chill
A cold front has stalled out over Southwest Florida on Wednesday, which means cloudy skies but not much in the way of rain.
Crews begin work on eight acres of land in downtown Fort Myers
After years of waiting, we are finally seeing machines digging into the ground along McGregor Boulevard.
Three dead after wrong-way crash on SR-82 in Collier County
Both cars involved in the crash caught fire.
Some Cape Coral drivers are making themselves easy targets for car thieves
Cape Coral police want to remind people to stop leaving their cars running when going into a store.
Is this legal? Rabbit shot with dart in Fort Myers yard
We talked with the FWC to find out if this is a legal way to kill animals in the state of Florida.
Allegiant starts flying five new seasonal routes to Punta Gorda Airport
The routes are expected to bring in 29,000 people annually to the Punta Gorda area.
Man arrested after running from police on stolen motorcycle
Officers found a bottle of liquor in his backpack and learned the man is on probation.
Chastain aims to win Truck Series title
In total, Chastain took the checkered flag three times this summer.
Are Southwest Florida lawmakers paying attention to President Trump's impeachment hearings?
Two seasoned diplomats gave televised testimony into the president’s dealings with Ukraine.
Tumor the size of a soccer ball removed from man's neck
The tumor has been growing on his neck for years, and then it started to threaten his life.
Lee County tries to encourage young professionals to move to the area
Recently, the county partnered with the state to offer a $700,000 tax reimbursement incentive to Scottlyn Division USA Inc. if it builds its corporate headquarters in Lee County.
Why the high-speed internet you're paying for may not actually be high speed
Internet speeds could depend on your address or how many people are streaming content.
Mark Sievers gets sick in court during day two of jury selection
The defense said Sievers complained of a headache this morning.
Buckingham home destroyed by massive fire
Tice Fire District responded to the fire after 7 a.m. and fought the flames.
Bare-bottomed man arrested on Florida Gulf Coast University's campus
An FGCU police officer spotted the bare-bottomed man walking down West FGCU Lake Parkway early Tuesday morning.
Florida police officer shoots and kills service dog while owner has a seizure
While one officer helped the owner, who was suffering from a seizure, the service dog began to lunge and bite at the other officer.
|The insect apocalypse would have serious ramifications for humans|
"We can't feed 7.5 billion people without insects."
Man smuggles overweight cat onto flight, gets stripped of air miles
Mikhail Galin was stripped of his air miles after taking Viktor the cat onto an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Vladivostok in Russia, according to CNN.
How to live safely alongside gators
Gators will normally only attack someone if they are provoked.
Meet the 'godmother of Lee County politics' who wants to keep Florida red
Doris Cortese is often referred to as the Godmother of Lee County politics.
Message in a bottle gets a response 9 years later
A man recovered the bottle on a beach in Southern France 9 years after it was washed away on a beach in Massachusetts.
Charlotte football player honors member of Port Charlotte's team
Marcelin was a member of the Port Charlotte football team. He lost his life in the summer of 2017 in an accident off the coast of Boca Grande.
Panther hurt after crash on Church Road in Immokalee
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission took over the crash and removed the panther from the roadway.
Florida man recovering after gator nearly rips off his leg
James Boyce survived the attack after good samaritans and a team of rescuers helped save his life.
Man arrested after letting his dog suffer through horrific tumor
Edmund Bittner’s 13-year-old German Shepherd “Callie” was taken to the Animal Welfare League in April.
Pedestrian hit by vehicle on US 41 in Naples airlifted to Lee Memorial
The person was hit just after 8 p.m. on Tuesday while crossing eastbound on US 41.
Two people arrested after hiding drugs in baby stroller
Someone saw them pushing a stroller in the pitch dark, just before midnight on Sunday, with no baby in sight.
Cape Coral police conducted death investigation at Home Depot
Crime scene tape was surrounding a portion of the parking lot as law enforcement loaded a body into the back of a minivan on scene.
Cheating culture comes at a price for students looking for ways to get ahead
NBC2 found there are several websites geared toward students from the high school to college-level that are catered to the craft of getting ahead.
‘How am I going to afford this?’ NBC2 investigates surprise medical bills
“You need to get taken care of. And the last thing on your mind should be, 'How am I gonna pay this bill?'”
Real estate agency fights for new development in Golden Gate Estates
According to Collier Enterprises, the space would allow for up to 2,500 homes.
Condos, restaurants and stores, oh my! New developments coming to Cape Coral
Signs of change posted on vacant land parcels promise future commercial and retail space coming.
Coyote sightings are becoming more frequent at this Cape Coral golf course
FWC said it's not uncommon to see coyotes in urban environments.
Margaritaville resort on Fort Myers Beach moves forward, but on island time
Legal battles over the resort have stymied its progress.
Priceless necklace in remembrance of late husband, father lost in stolen car in Cape Coral
Kim Osowski lost her husband and the father of her three children four years ago.
Box of dead chickens discarded in Lehigh Acres woods
The woman who made the smelly discovery said it's not the first time she's found dead animals discarded there.
Florida bill proposed to public schools to buy, administer Narcan on campus
A Florida Senate Committee discussed a bill on Tuesday that would allow public schools in the state to buy and have naloxone on campus.
Mother of missing 5-year-old girl arrested, hospitalized after apparent overdose
Brianna Williams was named a person of interest on Monday in the disappearance of her daughter, according to Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams.
Sketch artist working to create image of man targeting women at Ollie Pond's Park
Investigators still believe the person responsible is a black man wearing a gray hoodie and gray sweatpants.
Teresa Sievers' husband heads to trial, accused of plotting her murder
Investigators believe Mark Sievers hired two men, Curtis Wright and Jimmy Rodgers, to kill his wife Teresa Sievers.
Water main break leaves businesses along US-41 without water for hours
The break occurred after 6:30 a.m. on US-41 Southbound south of Briarcliff Road.
18-month-old Cape Coral boy who died of malnutrition only weighed 17 pounds
The mother admitted she should have called someone sooner for help because she was worried.
Human trafficking awareness signs to be put up at strip clubs, sex shops
County leaders want to make sure employees in the adult industry aren’t being preyed upon.
Bonita Springs motorcyclists crash due to tortoise crossing the road
One of the men was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.