Boutique Naples condo nearly sold out

The 11-story Tower II at Aqua at Pelican Isle has seven unsold units

Miami /
Jun.June 25, 2017 02:40 PM

Aqua at Pelican Isle, a boutique condominium in Naples, is nearly sold out.

Construction of the 11-story Aqua Tower II was completed last month, and sales have topped $60 million.

Aqua Tower II has only seven unsold units, including three furnished units and a penthouse.

Three furnished units that remain unsold at the Naples development are priced between $2.445 million and $2.545 million. They range in size from 3,940 square feet to 4,171 square feet.

The unfurnished and unsold units at Aqua Tower II are on the third and fourth floors and range in price from $1.995 million to more than $2.195 million. The units range in size from 3,900 square feet to nearly  4,200 square feet.

The unsold 6,500-square-foot penthouse has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a half bathroom, grand salon, family room, dining room and master study, plus more than 3,000 square feet of outdoor living area, including a sunset terrace and a private sunrise balcony.

Among the amenities at Aqua Tower II are an outdoor putting green, a fire pit, and a game room with billiards, a bar, a fireplace and  an interactive golf simulator.

Aqua at Pelican, located next to a 29-slip marina, has other amenities including a movie theater, library and swimming pool, plus spa facilities, a fitness center and a rooftop terrace. [Naples Daily News] Mike Seemuth


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