The designer models reflect what JMD Development wanted Antilles to represent. Brand new, well-designed and built luxury-appointed properties in a serene setting, large enough to offer resort style amenities at no extra cost, yet small enough to feel like a place where everybody knows your name – or at least your dog’s. Plus, Antilles’ fresh take on classic West Indies Island style architecture brings 21st century materials and building standards to the Collier Boulevard corridor in South Naples.
The fifty-four acre gated development is built around its central five-acre Kingfisher Lake and adjacent Wetland Preserve. Antilles’ 212 condominiums are built in three configurations and all include screened-in Lanais and Garage parking. The larger Grand Coach Homes are four-unit residences with three Bedrooms, two Baths, and range in size from 1,980 to 2,444 square feet under air. The somewhat smaller Classic Coach Homes are also three Bedroom residences, and Antilles’ twelve-unit Multiplexes are elevator buildings, built two-stories over ground level parking, and feature two- and three-Bedroom floorplans. Well-appointed homes are priced from the upper $300,000’s and feature low monthly H.O.A. fees.
The Grand Coach Home’s first floor Nevis model looks like Island style living at its finest. Upon entering, mild Island breezes seem to stir. The first impression is that of a light, bright and airy home. Through and through, the Nevis is sharp and well done. Matte finished Potenza Ivory ceramic tile grounds the living areas with a modern esthetic. Pure White walls, higher ceilings, tall baseboards and substantial solid wood, routed-panel doors and gleaming hardware continue the sun bleached, tropical ambience. Deeply louvered interior Bahama window and door shutters continue the Island rhythms throughout, and a striking deepest sea-blue accent wall in the Entry Area forms a dramatic backdrop for a detailed, bone-white sea coral art installation that exudes Island fun and flair.
The second Grand Coach Home model is the upper floor Montserrat, the largest home in Antilles. Its first floor Entry is grounded by a gorgeous antique brass finished console with deep marble front and subtle mid-century modern styling. The pleasing geometry of the furnishings’ complimentary shapes and surfaces make the room an instant classic while reinforcing the sense of total privacy that the second-story Montserrat affords. Upstairs, the living area is a perfection of shape, texture and color. The fresh color scheme is highlighted in the drapes and accessory pillows on a beautifully scaled high-backed sofa. Its matching cream-colored coffee table is a graceful arrangement of two curvy footrests. Two low profile woven reed arm chairs complete the space with a contemporary edge.
The dining area features open-work furnishings and metallic finishes. Accents with textural interest and another large open-drum chandelier installation highlight the area. The design sophistication continues in the elegant master suite with dazzling white-on-white furnishings accented in silver, gold and a touch of dusty mauve. The adjoining master bath includes a separate commode room. The double sink vanity has bright chrome fittings and the same soft white Quartz countertop as the kitchen, and is topped by a wall-to-wall mirror installation. The oversized, glass-enclosed shower is fitted with a rain forest shower head and substantial frameless glass door. The linen closet and walk-in master closet are both custom fitted with wood shelving.
The Montserrat is a showcase for the standard finishes offered at Antilles. Its cabinetry, flooring and countertops are all among the standard selections available at Antilles, making it a must-see model when considering how much of what is special about a home in Antilles is already included in its purchase price when comparing it to other new home options in South Naples.
All Antilles’ homes include as standard features solid wood interior doors, hurricane-rated windows and doors, Shaker style 42-inch wood kitchen cabinetry in a variety of finishes, Merano hardware, higher ceilings and baseboards, sleek rocker style lighting switches, cove ceiling details per plan, wide profile tile flooring, double sink master bath vanities, Kohler plumbing fixtures, substantial frameless glass shower doors and built-in custom closet systems throughout. Linen closets, pantries, walk-in master closets and separate laundry rooms are included. Quartz countertops are standard, as are kitchen island pendant lights and stainless steel appliances – including on-trend French door style refrigerators. Recessed lighting and advance wiring for data, voice and video are included. JMD Development has set aside four guest suites for the exclusive use of Antilles’ homeowners. These will be finished to the same degree of polish and style as its decorator models.
The fabulous Flamingo Club amenity center is designed to become the heart of the community, offering 14,000 square feet of pure luxury, indoors and out. Concierge and executive services are managed here and the state of the art exercise and fitness center, massage room and catering kitchen are to the rear. The huge gathering room has varied socializing, cafe, lounge and seating areas and occupies about one-half of the Club’s 5,000 square foot expanse, with wall to wall views of the outdoor living areas, including the 3,500 square foot resort pool and spa with sun and shade decks, the Tiki Hut with al fresco seating, an arbor-enclosed fire pit, Bocce ball and regulation Pickleball Quad-Courts.
To arrange an in person or virtual tour of homes at Antilles, contact David at David@DavidFlorida.com or 239-285-1086.