The location of Naples' Victoria Park quite simply could not get any better. Located just off Airport Pulling Road, couple this with the fact that homes here enjoy no HOA management or other entities giving it a list of rules to abide by. Obviously, homes in Victoria Park still need to are built to the strict Naples city and county construction standards and qualities but the idea of not living in a deed restricted community certainly appeals to many people. Victoria Park is also directly across from Pelican Marsh Elementary School. Built in the 1980's, it is loved and cherished for it's family oriented atmosphere and close proximity to Delnor-Wiggins State Park. During the holidays and for those who love and celebrate Christmas, Victoria Park has become the go to place to preview fantastic and exceptional arrays of home lighting. This has been a Naples tradition for years and there does not seem to be an end in sight. Homes in Victoria park are moving up quickly in price with some reaching now as high as $800,000 to over $1 million.
There used to be a time when this community was considered to be where you could buy your first home but now it is getting harder and harder to attain that goal. During the holidays Sussex Street becomes known as Candy Cane Lane. There area also Victoria Park II homes from the second phase that was built out. This is a great piece of information that not many realtors and new buyers know about. Windsor Way is also the famous Arch Street during the holidays with an enchantment display of Christmas lighting. The community lake in Victoria Park is the perfect place and setting for watching sunsets and to do a little fishing. Victoria Park is located in an all "A' rated school district making the values even that much more valuable when it comes to protecting your real estate home investment. The Christmas light spectacle within this neighborhood continues to draw in new lighting ideas and improvements. Every small kids dream.
Victoria Park also has something that many of the new developments and construction projects in Naples do not. It offers home buyers the ability to find a completely unique home and floor plan that many of their neighbors will not have. The is the great news about older communities like this that have had the time to see residences and properties end up being customized with improvements and unique finishes. In the early 1980's the boom in real estate for communities like Victoria Park really took wings. Now and today more than ever those who are fortunate enough to call it home, realize that not all lifestyles have to included living in a gated golf course community or luxury home near the ocean. Residents may not receive the full on amenities here like in other Naples communities or projects, but that is not too hard to overcome. The city of Naples has many parks, fitness options, and tennis and golf clubs that anyone can join. This is neighborhood that has come into it's own and that is because of the wonderful tight knit community the residents have made it to be.