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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 27 Feb 2020 3:30 AM GMT
Aviation industry helping Charlotte County fly into the future
Cities like Punta Gorda, are going through big changes, thanks to the aviation industry.
Red Sox prospect quarantined in Fort Myers over coronavirus concerns
The player, 20-year-old Chih-Jung Liu, is doing well and was asked to stay away from JetBlue Park and other players "in an overabundance of caution."
Developers break ground on new retail space in Cape Coral
Car dealerships, apartment buildings, restaurants, and shopping centers are popping up all over.
President Trump places Vice President Pence in charge of coronavirus response
At a White House news conference, Trump also did not close the door to Senate Democrats' call for over $8 billion in emergency funding for anti-coronavirus efforts.
Experts said they wouldn't be surprised if coronavirus spreads to Southwest Florida
With the growing concern about the spread of human coronavirus, FGCU physician's assistant professor Robert Hawkes knows with more travel to Southwest Florida, comes a greater risk of the disease spreading.
Snook season opens this weekend, but not in Southwest Florida
Snook will continue to be catch and release here though Sept. 1, 2021.
Democrats bolster ads in Southwest Florida as party support grows in the state
Michael Bloomberg bought 3,000 ads on NBC-2 alone.
Hendry County man hoards cats, dead and alive, in storage unit
More than a dozen other cats and kittens are still living in a bug-infested environment with one of the accused cat hoarders.
Lee County deputies investigating body found in woods
Officers confirmed that they are conducting a death investigation near a wooded area on Pine Island Road.
Multiple people killed in shooting near Milwaukee Molson Coors' campus
Police are on scene with dozens of squad cars near N 40th Street and W State Street.
Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction
The World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a global health emergency.
Inventor of gravity suit visits Naples High School to inspire young engineers
The Founder and Chief Test Pilot of the Gravity Suit showed off the first-ever Gravity Jet Suit at this year's Imagine Solutions Conference.
North Port man arrested for having over 300 images of child porn
According to an arrest report, 58-year-old Luis Valenzuela is facing several charges.
Fort Myers hospital worker accused of sucking patient's toes
The patient felt something wet between their toes, only to look up and see a man on his knees with his head bent over their foot, the report said.
Off-duty deputy shoots man who broke into her house
Deputies responded to the residence quickly because they were in the same subdivision investigating several other attempted burglaries.
Traffic Alerts: February 26
Your traffic alerts for Feb. 26, 2020.
Florida man accused of killing ex-girlfriend 22 years ago accepts plea deal
Clarke was found incompetent more than 10 times, the Times reported.
Florida man sets fire to hospital bed because he said nurses ignored him
He felt nurses had ignored him after he asked them to bring him his clothes.
Naples man accused of breaking into former boss' home
Detectives arrested Raidel Garcia, 35, and charged him with burglary of a home and grand theft in connection with the Jan. 28, 2019 break-in.
Authorities look for aircraft debris field near Marco Island
Heavy fog in the area made the search difficult.
7-year-old dies one minute into tonsillectomy
Paisley Cogsdill's heart stopped suddenly during the operation.
Man arrested after Girl Scout spots "funny money"
Camden Ducharme, 36, faces charges of first-degree forgery and third-degree theft.
Semi crash kills 2 pedestrians on Florida highway
Two men were walking along a paved right of way when a semi came around a curve, crossed over the white fog line and hit them, deputies said.
Prosecutors seek death penalty for killer Florida man
The family is believed to have been killed in late December, officials said.
Florida woman kills boyfriend by zipping him in suitcase
Sarah Boone told police she shut him in the suitcase during "a game of hide-and-seek."
Video: Florida man tackles church deacon during mass
The incident was caught on camera during a service at St. Coleman Catholic Church in Pompano Beach last Saturday.
News 2 Use: February 26
All the news you need to start your Wednesday.
|New poll says adults think flying is more stressful than visiting in-laws|
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Body cam video: Florida police arrest 6-year-old
The video shows two Orlando police officers arresting Kaia Rolle as she pleaded and cried.
Man steals tablet from Collier County ambulance out on medical call
Collier County EMS were just trying to do their job on Justice Circle Tuesday morning when deputies said a man stole a tablet from an ambulance and took off.
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The Lehigh Acres man murdered in cold blood last week has been identified by loved ones as 21-year-old Isaiah Robles.
Someone seen driving with dog on flatbed of truck
Animal lovers are outraged after someone was photographed driving with a dog on the flatbed of their truck.
Mother, son found dead in SUV underwater near Little Hickory Island
A 5-year-old boy was pulled from an SUV found submerged in the bay near Little Hickory Island
Traffic Alerts: February 25
Your traffic alerts for Feb. 25, 2020.
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One moose was found with as many as 90,000 winter ticks on its body, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department said.
McDonald's will auction off 18-karat gold cup for limited-time Shamrock Shake
If you're not trying to get pinched this St. Patrick's Day, one of McDonald's limited-time green Shamrock Shakes might come in handy.
Church helps clear 45,000 families of medical debt
Ohio's Crossroads Church said through the help of donations and an organization called Rest in Peace Medical Debt, they helped clear 45,000 families of medical debt.
Do this tonight to start preparing your home for wildfire season
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Teens arrested after chaos erupts on Lee County school bus
Screams and chaos erupt on a Lee County school bus as an officer steps on board with an unknown object in his hand.
Two years after travel agency closed, customers still wait for refunds
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Public workshop will address coastal vulnerability on Sanibel and Captiva
Sanibel and Captiva are preparing for something scientists call inevitable: Sea-level rise and more storms in the future.
Cape Coral woman feels targeted after someone vandalized her deadbolt
"It was like whoa someone tried to break in here, there's no question. I was like I'm calling 911," she said.
Foundation donations to support community projects in the Village of Estero
In their first fundraiser alone, they received over $100,000 in donations.
Cape Coral leaders try to address commercial vehicles parking on residential streets
Cape Coral city leaders are trying to come up with a way to address drivers of commercial vehicles who regularly park on residential streets that also share commercial space.
Former Good Wheels employees receive out of pocket medical bills after benefits were denied
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Roger Stone back in court asking for new trial after he was found guilty
Roger Stone was back in court Tuesday asking for a new trial after he was found guilty in the previous trial.
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After several heat-related football deaths, an athlete safety bill is nearing governor's desk
"Florida has lost three intelligent, good, young men and you know it was about time there were rules in place that protected our high school athletes," she said.
This Lee County business uses a unique way to treat pain
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Lee County school bus crashes into concrete barrier
The bus crashed into a concrete barrier in an area with construction, police said.
Man keys car after victim backs into handicap parking space
The driver said it could cost about $2000 to repair.
Dow tumbles nearly 900 points as coronavirus fears continue
The Dow finished 879 points, or about 3.2% lower, bringing the index's total loss over the past four days to about 2,267.
Disney names Bob Chapek as new CEO after Bob Iger steps down
Disney CEO Bob Iger is stepping down immediately and has named Bob Chapek the new replacement, the company said in a surprise announcement.
New laws for green card holders to take effect in 2020
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has instituted some new rules that will take effect in 2020.
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