Built in the early 2000s, Habitat Village is situated behind Gridley Medical Building on Tamiami Trail (US 41). Habitat Village is also known as "Victoria Falls". Habitat Village is located approximately 7-miles southeast of the shopping and restaurants at the 5th Avenue shops in Olde Naples and approximately 6-miles north of Marco Island. Habitat Village is a non-gated neighborhood comprised of single family homes with attached garages and underground utilities.
- There is a large sign upon entry that says "Victoria Falls" but this community is legally listed as Habitat Village.
- Habitat Village is a deeded neighborhood (see definition below).
- Owners are allowed to keep domesticated pets.
|Leasing / Rental Restrictions|
- A homeowner may lease their home as often as they choose.
- There is no age restriction for occupants of units.
- There are no restrictions as to the number of overnight guests an owner is allowed (when the owner is present).
- Family and Non-family guests may occupy the unit with no limitations.
- Naples Beach is just 8-miles away and has various deeded beach entries along Gulf Shore Boulevard. The historic Naples Pier is located on Naples Beach and features a concession stand on the pier with a covered eating area and beach supplies plus restroom facilities. Fishing from the pier does not require a fishing license, as the City of Naples has purchased a bulk fishing license for the pier. The beach at the pier also features volleyball nets and is one of the best places to watch a spectacular Naples sunset. There is on-street metered parking supplemented by an 83-space metered parking lot one block east of the beach. Additional parking and access to Naples Beach exists on 4th Avenue South, 8th Avenue South 17th Avenue South and 6th Avenue North.
|Deed Restricted Community (Defined)|
When you own a home in a neighborhood or community that is a "deed restricted area"; this means that there are bylaws governing the neighborhood or community which prohibit the homeowners from doing certain things to the detriment of the neighborhood or community. For example, some neighborhoods or communities require you to contact them prior to changing the exterior color of your home or restrict overnight parking on the street. Each community is different and each Home Owners Association (HOA) has different rules. The premise is to maintain the aesthetic appearance and value of your home and the other homes in the HOA. There is usually a fee required that is payable to the HOA for the maintenance of the common grounds, including amenities if applicable.
The following information and douments are not guaranteed to be complete or accurate. It is provided as a guide and the information and documents should be verified.
Bylaws were derived from the county website. Amendments to the bylaws for Naples are currently not present after Jan 1. 2013.