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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 28 May 2020 11:30 PM GMT
‘4 months of sales in 1 month’: Bicycle boom leads to major shortage
“March, we doubled our sales from what it was the prior year. And April has been quadrupled,” Diane Holm said.
Child found dead in car in Clewiston
A child died in a car in Clewiston Tuesday, May 26.
Lee County Jails implement new technology to track inmates
Deputies were still writing down everything in hardcover books, from the medications an inmate needed to their transfer to another location.
Two women seen stealing 14 cases of beer from store at Coconut Point Mall in Estero
They stole Modelo and Corona that totaled out to $195.86, according to Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers.
Forecast: Drought conditions continue for parts of SWFL
After another typical hot and stormy afternoon, activity will diminish through the overnight, giving way to partly cloudy skies, high humidity, and warm temperatures by Friday morning.
Two Fort Myers High football alums head to USF together
Two of the best weapons in recent football history will be meeting up again in Tampa.
Traffic Alerts: May 28
Your traffic alerts for May 28.
Southwest Florida coronavirus case totals for Thursday, May 28
Here's a list of all coronavirus cases in Southwest Florida.
Fort Myers realtor takes up beekeeping to pass time during pandemic
One local realtor has taken up a hobby that you have to see to "Bee-Lieve."
Immokalee residents suffer from lack of coronavirus testing, poor living conditions
"I have heard from multiple people that they are feeling some symptoms or were exposed to someone who tested positive, but it’s hard to get tested themselves. Here in Immokalee, we don’t have the easy walk-up testing for everyone," he said.
Former call center operator: Thousands are being wrongly rejected by unemployment system
“Claimant's information was simply lost, and it was either deleted or placed in perhaps a different claimant’s claim,” former DEO Call Center Operator Reggie Ellison said.
Puppy dies after it was dumped in a garbage can in Immokalee
The dog was found inside a small Clorox box inside a hot garbage can near a trailer park off New Market Road East.
Lee County fertilizer ordinance bans certain lawn care products to protect environment
The ban is to prevent the chemicals from getting into the waterways and exacerbating blue-green algae.
City of Cape Coral to keep playgrounds closed through Phase 1 of Florida's reopening
Even though many parks in Cape Coral have reopened, playgrounds and other amenities in city parks remain closed.
Dad driving drunk with twin boys causes three-car crash on Fort Myers Beach
Lee County deputies said David Seibert had his twin 7-year-old boys in the car and was driving with a .359 blood-alcohol level.
Man arrested for having, transferring child pornography using mobile app
A man was arrested for having and transferring child pornography to an online server in DeSoto County.
President Trump signs executive order directed at social media companies after Twitter fact-checked his tweets
The section of the act provides websites immunity from liability for content users post on their platforms.
Sanibel mayor extends State of Emergency for city
The City of Sanibel's mayor has extended the State of Emergency until June 2 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This year's Boston Maraton has been canceled, replaced with virtual race
It was originally scheduled for April, but was postponed to September.
Body found in Englewood yard
Detectives from SCSO and forensics crews are investigating the death.
Woman arrested for death of 4-month-old infant
The medical examiner said the cause of death was homicide.
Registered nurse arrested for stealing Oxycodone from employer
Further investigation into the misuse showed Monica Graham, 60, as the highest dispenser of oxycodone in the entire facility.
Former Florida deputy indicted on underage sex charges
The ex-Clay County deputy faces a possible life sentence.
English Premier League will resume season on June 17, reports say
Arsenal would face Manchester City and Aston Villa would take on Sheffield United.
The United Way needs volunteers to help pack food for those in need
This Thursday, May 28, and Friday, May 29, volunteers are needed in Naples to help unpack eight trucks full of food.
FL Cabinet approved Florida Forever funds to protect nearly 32,000 acres
Protecting conservation lands through Florida Forever supports and strengthens Florida's environment-dependent economy.
Punta Gorda police looking for person responsible for Gilchrist Bridge crash
According to the Punta Gorda Police Department, one person was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries after the crash on Tuesday, May 19 after 11 a.m.
Investigators blame stormy conditions for deadly SR-82 crash
Douglas Charles Martin, 53, was transported to Lee Memorial Hospital where he later died from his injuries, according to a news release.
Man calls 911 after he sees Charlotte County man beating woman
The caller was driving behind William Tillis and another woman when he noticed Tillis was using the woman as his punching bag.
|Ultra isn't refunding tickets for canceled music festival, lawsuit reveals|
Rather than offering refunds for the 2020 festival, Ultra organizers decided to honor tickets for 2021 or 2022 events, even though they're not confirmed yet.
Largest all-electric plane to make maiden flight
Concerns over the environmental impact of flying continue to mount, and green engine systems can offer an ethical solution.
Lee County limits number of spaces for summer camps
Lee County Parks & Recreation summer camp programs will be following CDC guidelines, and each camp will operate with nine campers to one staff member for each group and will be practicing social distancing.
Rick Scott donated second-quarter salary to Southwest Florida nonprofit
The former governor said the organization has distributed thousands of meals to families during the coronavirus pandemic.
No screaming, please: New theme park guidelines aim to prevent spreading COVID-19
Most guidelines were to be expected: increased sanitizing, body temperature checks, and face mask use while emphasizing social distancing.
George Floyd's death sparks protests across U.S.
The 46-year-old was handcuffed and lying on the ground as he repeatedly said he couldn't breathe while a police officer held him down with a knee on his neck.
Man arrested for hurling brick through woman's windshield as she was driving
The woman managed to dial 911, covered in glass shards.
Man tries breaking into Lee County Publix, steals car
A man tried breaking into the Publix at Lee Boulevard and SR 82 early Wednesday morning
Cape Coral man suffers burns, smoke inhalation trying to put out home fire
The home is unlivable as of right now and is being inspected for electrical damage.
Man leads Cape Coral police on chase after breaking into cars
Varona jumped into the canal to try and evade police, but officers were on the other side and took him into custody.
Traffic Alerts: May 27
All your traffic alerts for May 27
Plans unclear for MLB Spring Training games in Southwest Florida
"Things really haven't been decided yet – still several moving parts. All depends on the governor's/baseball decisions later this week," said Dustin Morse of the Minnesota Twins.
Estero council member resigning to run for Lee County Commission
Council Member Nicholas Batos announced his resignation at a meeting Wednesday, which will be effective Nov. 17, 2020.
The show must go on(line): Marco students star in virtual performance
Chris Dayett, the school's performing arts instructor, encouraged the young actors to write their own plays in just 48 hours and present them to the world.
Doctors Without Borders helping farmworkers in Immokalee at high risk for COVID-19
The team focuses on helping at mobile clinics with contact tracing and COVID-19 testing.
More than 100,000 people have died from coronavirus across the US
After four months, the coronavirus pandemic has killed 100,000 Americans.
Work to restore the Coral Pointe Canal is underway
The city has 120 days to complete the project.
People worried their unemployment money could be getting sent to someone else
Several people have reached out to NBC-2 showing us that their unemployment has been approved and their accounts reveal they’re being paid but they’re not receiving the money.
People still waiting on COVID-19 test results from CenturyLink Sports Complex site
Judy Kilpatrick said she was among one of the nearly 120 tests that were damaged in transit last week, so she said she went back to be retested.
Man scouts Tampa area for terrorist attack in support of ISIS
The DOJ said Al-Azhari was previously charged with terrorism in Saudi Arabia.
Trespasser breaks through metal gate with chainsaw on private property in Cape Coral
A city official said Cape Coral police asked them to put up a dirt berm as a temporary fix for the destroyed gate.
Cow butchered near roadway in Glades County
A Glades County rancher discovered one of his cows had been butchered 60 yards from a roadway in a pasture Wednesday.
FBU Top Gun Showcase to bring hundreds of high school stars to Naples
In just a few weeks' time, hundreds of the best high school and middle school football players in the nation will meet in Naples for the Football University (FBU) Top Gun Showcase.
Candidate for Lee County's District 5 seat uses racial slur in an email
In the email, which later ended up being forwarded to current Lee County Commissioners, Haas responded to a Lehigh Acres resident about why he should win the seat.
10-foot alligator caught hanging out in front of North Naples condo
Luckily, no one was outside the home when the alligator was spotted.
Hit-and-run driver caught on camera fleeing crash scene
A driver in a white Jeep Grand Cherokee smashed into a median and then into a car at the intersection of Orange Grover & Hancock Bridge Parkway.
14 arrested during four-day retail theft sting operation in Sarasota County
In total, 14 arrests were made and 38 charges have been filed.
Lee County Utilities customers might notice temporary change in taste, odor & color of water
This change is part of a routine measure that is common for water utilities using chloramines as its primary disinfectant.
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