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Introduction to the North Preserve
The FallingWaters 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 Sun 20 Jan 2019 4:00 AM GMT
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Deputies found an empty bottle of Vodka and prescription pills in the woman's purse. Her BAC was .275.
Detectives double search efforts for woman missing since 1995 in Collier County
The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office is conducting an extensive search in Punta Gorda.
Two people dead in crash involving motorcycle, pedestrian in North Fort Myers
A passenger on the motorcycle was also taken to Lee Memorial Hospital with unknown injuries.
Services announced for teen, baby killed in crash
Services for Jennifer Henao, 19, and her 1-year-old daughter, Catalaya Henao-Carreiro, will take place beginning at 11 a.m. on MLK Day (Jan. 21) at St. Leo Catholic Church on Beaumont Road in Bonita Springs.
Police arrest second suspect who held 3 Domino's employees at gunpoint
Ricky White, 19, was taken into custody in Ocala on Saturday morning.
Jet slides off O'Hare runway, as snow sweeps across Midwest towards Northeast
"It will be a rough couple of days," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in Utica, which could see more than a foot of snow.
Forecast: Colder weather is back after rain tonight
Saturday was warm and sunny, and Sunday will be almost the complete opposite as a cold front arrives tonight in Southwest Florida.
Spanish rescuers start drilling to reach boy trapped in well
"Be strong, Julen. Totalán is with you," read a handmade banner hung on the roadside near the rescue site.
Trump proposes extending DACA, TPS protections in exchange for wall funding
President Donald Trump proposed extending protections for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients and individuals with Temporary Protected Status in exchange for border wall funding in remarks Saturday afternoon.
US military says airstrike kills more than 50 terrorists in Somalia
The US military said Saturday that an airstrike near the Jilib, Middle Juba Region of Somalia killed more than 50 al-Shabaab militants.
Woman texting while driving seriously hurt in crash
Texting while driving was the cause of a single-car crash that sent one woman to the hospital with serious injuries early Saturday morning.
Man allegedly assaulted woman near Golden Gate Circle K
Authorities found the woman with severe injuries to her face. She was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
14-Year-old with a replica gun shot dead by an officer in Arizona, police chief says
The Tempe Police Department on Friday released body-camera footage of the incident involving the teen, identified as Antonio Arce by the city's mayor.
Volunteers serve breakfast to Coast Guard members on Fort Myers Beach
The Coast Guard is the only branch of the U.S. military working through the ongoing partial government shutdown without pay.
Third Women's March is the second to take place during a shutdown
"It’s such a movement, and it’s so empowering to be around so many people who are celebrating women and fighting for change," one of the marchers said.
Boat that sank during Hurricane Irma pulled from Marco Island canal
The department tweeted a photo of officers pulling a boat that sunk in a canal on the island during the September 2017 storm.
At least 66 people killed, dozens injured in Mexico gasoline pipeline explosion
At least 66 people were killed in central Mexico after a ruptured gasoline pipeline blew up Friday evening, the governor of the state of Hidalgo told reporters Saturday.
Man accused of killing officer Adam Jobbers-Miller charged for throwing urine on prison official
The State Attorney's Office is currently seeking the death penalty against Wisner Desmaret for shooting and killing Fort Myers police officer Adam Jobbers-Miller last summer.
Person taken to hospital following 3-car crash in Naples
The crash happened at the intersection of Immokalee Road and Palm River Boulevard.
Fort Myers rolls to district win over Dunbar on senior night
Benefiting off of many Dunbar turnovers, the Green Wave rolled to a 62-43 victory on Senior Night at the Wave Cave.
Teen says man pretending to be officer searched him on bus walk home
The victim told police the man pulled up next to him during his walk and told him to stop. He then proceeded to search the teen and his bag.
As healthcare costs climb, millions using online fundraisers to pay bills
GoFundMe said a third of all the money they raised worldwide in 2017 was for medical expenses.
Police identify patient who killed himself inside Naples hospital
A patient at Naples Community Hospital was found dead on Thursday.
Meditate in the swamp with Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary this Saturday
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Fire destroys boat in Bokeelia
A boat caught on fire in Bokeelia, near the Jug Creek Marina, on Friday morning.
Mom and son found dead inside Fort Myers home
A mom and her son were found dead at a home on Floral Drive in Fort Myers.
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The new building will be located near the intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and Richmond Avenue South in Lehigh Acres.
"Miss Evie," a fixture at Wynn Market in Naples, to retire after 64 years
94-year-old Evelyn Dickerson is retiring from Wynn's Market in Naples after working there for 64 years.
Lawsuit filed against Molly's Marine Service in Naples over noise
Four nearby condo residents said that in the last few years, the noise from Molly's Marine Service has made it unbearable to live there.
|Southwest Florida families struggle during government shutdown|
Government workers struggle to feed their families during the government shutdown
Bruno Air employee turns in another to Cape Coral police
A Cape Coral police report was released Friday, detailing a possible air conditioner theft by a Bruno Air Conditioning employee.
Port Charlotte man leaves babies home alone to go buy drugs
A Port Charlotte man is accused of leaving his 3-month-old and 1-year-old children alone to go buy drugs.
2019 Golden Apple finalists announced
Thirty Lee County School District teachers were surprised in their classrooms on Friday.
Who is the missing Punta Gorda woman?
In 1995, Christine Flahive left her home on a bicycle in the late afternoon and wasn't seen again by her family.
New research laboratory opens in Sanibel
SCCF partnered with the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, as well as the US Fish and Wildlife Service, to open a new laboratory.
Dept. of Agriculture becomes first in Florida's gov't to ban LGBTQ discrimination
The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services became the first department in Florida's government to ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity on Friday.
The FDA is considering drugs to help kids quit vaping
There are no FDA-approved nicotine cessation products for e-cigarette users under 18.
Florida unemployment remains at 3.3 percent
Florida's unemployment rate remains at 3.3 percent, unchanged from the month before.
Man upset over wait throws hot coffee at McDonald's employee
Police have arrested a man for throwing hot coffee at an employee at McDonald's, because he was upset over the wait
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What to expect from the weekend storm
Southwest Florida will experience a strong cold front this weekend.
Great white shark will spend the weekend in Southwest Florida
Nova, the 11-foot great white shark, is still swimming in the Gulf of Mexico
Continued improvements cause road closure in North Fort Myers
From 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., drivers won't be able to travel down Corbett Road from north of Diplomat Parkway to south of Littleton Road.
Company issues lifetime ban after man jumps from cruise ship
Royal Caribbean International says it's issued a lifetime ban for a Canadian man who jumped off a cruise ship in the Bahamas.
Florida man identified among 3 Americans killed in Syria bombing
A Florida man is identified as one of the victims in a deadly attack claimed by ISIS in Syria on Wednesday.
Woman dead, three hospitalized after crash in Naples
A crash killed an 82-year-old Naples woman and sent three others to the hospital in Collier County on Thursday night.
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Even the proverbial 10 percent of anglers who catch 90 percent of the fish were griping...
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Total lunar eclipse meets supermoon Sunday night
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Nearly 400 migrants detained after crossing under fence into US
Nearly 400 migrants burrowed under a fence on the US-Mexico border earlier this week and crossed into the United States, four sources familiar with the matter told CNN.
Tesla is slashing its workforce by 7 percent
Tesla has announced plans to reduce its full-time workforce by 7% as it works to increase Model 3 production and cut prices.
Hotel dishwasher forced to work Sundays awarded $21 million
Jurors say a Florida hotel dishwasher should get $21.5 million after her employer failed to honor her religious beliefs by repeatedly scheduling her to work on Sundays and eventually firing her.
Perdue recalls chicken nuggets after people find wood in them
Perdue Foods is recalling 68,244 pounds of gluten-free chicken nuggets sold nationwide over fears of wood contamination, federal health officials say.
Cohen says Trump directed him to pay for poll rigging
President Donald Trump's former "fixer" Michael Cohen said Thursday that he paid the head of a small technology company thousands in 2015 to rig online polls at "the direction of and for the sole benefit of" Trump.
YouTube has officially banned all dangerous stunts and pranks
The site is giving users two months to clean up content that violates its newly-implemented guidelines.
Doctors give unanimous 'no confidence' vote in NCH CEO
The emergency meeting came after the latest administrative policy was announced, which said doctors outside of NCH could not write prescription orders.
Port Charlotte stays unbeaten after home-court win over rival Charlotte
It was the second time this year the Pirates silenced their cross-county rivals.