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Built in the mid 1980s, Admiralty at Vanderbilt Beach is located approximately 2-miles west of the shopping and restaurants at the Mercato Shopping Center. Admiralty is a security building within Vanderbilt Beach comprised of mid/high-rise condominiums located on the beach. Admiralty of Vanderbilt Beach is one (1) building with six (6) floors comprised of twelve (12) units. Each unit has unobstructed views overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and is within walking distance of The Ritz Carlton, La Playa Beach Resort, The Turtle Club and The Lighthouse. The Admiralty is a security building with sub-building garages and a pavered driveway.
|Amenities and Features|
- Deeded under-building parking space
- Secure lobby
- Elevator recently refurbished
- Beachside Terrace
- Each Unit may keep two (2) dogs OR two (2) cats not to exceed twenty five (25) pounds in weight at maturity.
- No one other than the Owner of a Residential Unit is permitted to keep any pets. Tenants may not have pets.
- Cats and dogs must be leashed or carried under the owner's arm at all times while on the condominium property outside of the unit.
- Each pet owner shall be responsible for the immediate removal and disposal of their pet's excrement.
- The ability to keep pets is a privilege, not a right, and the Board of Directors is empowered to order and enforce the removal of any pet which become a source of unreasonable annoyance to other residents of the Condominium.
- No reptiles, amphibians, poultry or livestock may be kept in the Condominium.
|Leasing / Rental Restrictions|
- No lease shall be for a period of less than thirty (30) days.
- No lease may be for a period of more than one (1) year.
- No subleasing or assignment of lease rights by the lessee is allowed.
|Occupancy When Owner is Present|
- There is no restriction on the number of guests whether related or unrelated to the owner, who may occupy the unit in the presence of the unit owner.
|Occupancy When Owner is NOT Present (Non-Leased Guests)|
- The owner may permit his unit to be occupied by his guest(s) with a 24-hour notice to the HOA.
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8805 Tamiami Trail North
Naples, Florida 34108
VANDERBILT BEACH Information
|Location and History|
Vanderbilt Beach is bordered by Bluebill Avenue to the north, Vanderbilt Beach Road to the south, Vanderbilt Drive to the east and the Gulf of Mexico on the west. One of Vanderbilt Beach's founders, J.B. Conners was a road builder from Tampa who developed Vanderbilt Beach by hydraulically dredging a channel from Wiggins Pass to what is now the Vanderbilt Canal and Vanderbilt Bay. It is said that Conners chose the name "Vanderbilt Beach" as a marketing ploy to create an impression of wealth and prestige. Conners began the platting process in 1953 and completed it in 1959. Conners envisioned a deed-restricted community with single and multiple family units, parks and open areas plus easy water access. To preserve his vision, he created the Vanderbilt Beach Property Owners Association in 1968. In the late 1970s, the building boom began with construction of both single-family homes and condominiums for both full and part-time residents. In recent years many planned developments and buildings have been developed. Many of the original homes and cottages have been torn down to make way for larger and more exquisite living areas. While the community has been altered through growth, the Homeowners Association has made every effort to maintain the quiet residential character that Vanderbilt Beach has come to be known.
|Property and Home Style(s)|
- Vanderbilt Beach consists of various Single Family Homes, Hi-Rise Condominiums and Mid-Rise Condominiums.
- Nearly 100% of the homes in Vanderbilt Beach are on the water.
- Vanderbilt Beach is located approximately 1-mile east of the shopping and restaurants at the Mercato Shopping Center.
- Driving to Vanderbilt Beach from the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) takes approximately 35-minutes and driving to Fort Lauderdale takes approximately 95-minutes using "Alligator Alley".
- There is access to the Gulf of Mexico from Vanderbilt Bay with one bridge obstruction.
- Sidewalks, bicycling and walking paths
- The streets are lit at night.
- No matter where you live in Vanderbilt Beach, you are within blocks of a great restaurant. Four and five diamond rated restaurants are on Gulf Shore Boulevard and casual fare surrounds Vanderbilt Beach neighborhoods.
- The Turtle Club and the LaPlaya Beach Resort are both known to have excellent cuisine (links below).
- Vanderbilt Beach has 152 parking spaces. There is additional on-street metered parking with easy handicap accessibility to the beach. Vanderbilt Beach Park has also opened a new 375-space parking garage for public use. There is a $6.00 parking fee at the parking lot or a Beach Parking Permit is required. There are restrooms at the beach plus nearby food concessions and equipment rental (kayaks, paddleboards and beach chairs). Note: Vanderbilt Beach is typically voted as one of the top 25-beaches in the country and was recently voted #5 in US News & World Report's "Most Relaxing Beaches".
Vanderbilt Beach Residents Association
LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort
The Turtle Club
|What is Considered to be a High-Rise Building in Southwest Florida?|
A high-rise building in Southwest Florida is considered to be 8 or more stories although a high-rise building in Naples does not contain more than 22 stories or 265 feet in height. A high-rise building in Southwest Florida mainly contains condominiums and usually has more amenities than a mid-rise or a low-rise building because the space allows it and the clientele demands it. There is often a grand lobby, 24-hour security, pools, tennis and sub-building parking or a separate parking structure all together. There are also sweeping views, which is an obvious byproduct of living on the top floors.
What is Considered to be a Mid-Rise Building in Southwest Florida?
A mid-rise building in Southwest Florida is considered to be between 4 - 7 stories and does not usually exceed 90 feet in height. A mid-rise building may contain condominiums, co-ops and apartments. A mid-rise building may have more amenities than a low-rise building as there are more moving parts such as elevators and sometimes a lobby. Parking for a midrise building is often detached or under carports although sub-building parking is increasing in newer construction.
|La Playa Beach and Golf Resort offers private beach, pools, Tiki bar, restaurants, water sports, jacuzzi, steam room, spa and workout facilities.|
|Vanderbilt Beach Public Access and Public Parking Lot|
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Bylaws were derived from the county website. Amendments to the bylaws for Naples are currently not present after Jan 1. 2013.
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