Coquina Sands Real Estate

Welcome to Coquina Sands

Beachfront Lifestyle from the Heart of Naples

Located just north of Old Naples, the Coquina Sands neighborhood offers beautifully renovated homes, beachfront condominiums along Gulf Shore Blvd N overlooking the Gulf of Mexico ocean, the sought after public beach Lowdermilk Beach and Park, the acclaimed Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club, and access to all the great coffee shops and hotspots on Fifth Avenue South in the Old Naples neighborhood.

What Makes Coquina Sands Stand Out

  • Beachfront condominium living on a grand scale, without sacrificing the convenience of great dining, shopping, and entertainment just a walk away in Old Naples on Fifth Avenue South and Third Street South.
  • Golf Paradise.  Centrally located to some of Naples's best golf courses including public and private memberships. For more information on the Top 15 Naples Private Golf Courses, check out this blog post.
  • Easy access to fabulous Naples beaches including Lowdermilk Beach and Park and Naples Beach.  From Doctors Pass in Moornings to the Naples Pier, three miles of beautiful beaches await morning or sunset walks or a day reading under an umbrella.  300+ days of sunshine a year make the beach hard to resist.
  • Close to Naples nature parks.  Acres of nature preserve with boardwalks, lakes, and waterways to walk and bike await your exploration.  Freedom ParkGordon River Greenway Park, and the newly constructed Baker Park provide a natural oasis of lush green parkland to those who seek its energy.

Coquina Sands Real Estate Highlights

The Coquina Sands neighborhood is approximately 0.33 square miles and is located south of the Moorings, north of Old Naples, and between the Gulf of Mexico and US 41. Coquina real estate is comprised of 843 residences (263 single-family homes and 580 condominiums). Contact Matt Brown to find houses, luxury condos & homes for sale in Coquina Sands, FL.

  • 25 single-family homes sold in Coquina Sands in 2020 at an average of $2,835,800 ($775 per square foot), an average size of 3,632 square feet, and an average lot size of 0.44 acres.
  • 16 condominiums sold in Coquina Sands in 2020 at an average of $2,217,438 ($788 per square foot) and an average size of 2,468 square feet.
  • For more detailed marketing info on Coquina Sands, check out our year-end 2020 75-page Luxury Naples Real Estate Market Report. Jump to page 31 for Coquina Sands.



    Dining, Entertainment and Shopping

    Whatever your taste, whatever your style, Coquina Sands is an ideal location to enjoy the best that Naples has to offer. Dining is dominated by the famous Fifth Avenue South and Third Street South eateries, including Tommy Bahama, Sea SaltThe French, and Bar Tulia to name a few.

    Old Naples is not just home to some of the best dining in the area, but fabulous shopping too. When retail therapy is the order of the day, try Fifth Avenue South for bold fashion, such as Jami’s Boutique alongside wonderful antique and fine art stores, fine jewelry, and everything else you may need. Third Street South is just as diverse, from men's fashion at Carter and Finley to women's fashion at Leggiadro, fine jewelry and unique, handcrafted gifts from artisan stores such as Marissa Collections Jewelry.

    Great coffee isn't far away either, with 5th Avenue Coffee Company and the wonderfully named Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii around the corner, both perfect for a morning walk. Groceries are covered by any number of chain stores, but local boutique stores such as Oakes Farms, Wynn's Market and 100% organic Food and Thought get my business.


    Things to Do in Coquina Sands

    • Golf:  Coquina Sands, like most of Naples luxury neighborhoods, is center stage in the Golf Capital of the World!  With 80+ championship courses in the area, there are many private clubs to consider joining as well as public courses to play.  Sharpen your skills...golf is part of the Southwest Florida lifestyle. Know more about Naples, FL lifestyle in this blog post
    • Getting on the water:  Regardless if you own a boat or hope to in the future, there are plenty of ways to take advantage of Southwest Florida's waterways.  If you own a boat, several marinas will house and have your boat ready for your next adventure upon a call.  If you don't have a boat of your own yet, Freedom Boat Club can get you on the water maintenance-free.  And if the social aspect of boating interests you, there are a plethora of yachting clubs in the Naples area as you might imagine, make sure to check out Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club.
    • Staying active:  If you prefer your outdoor adventures on land, there are acres of parkland to enjoy, either on foot or by bike. Freedom ParkGordon River Greenway Park, and the newly constructed Baker Park get my family's attention on the weekend. Cambier Park incorporating the Arthur Allen Tennis Center provides another close activity for those who enjoy swinging a racket.
    • Calendar of events: Naples has a vibrant calendar of events covering everything from exhibitions to festivals. With something for everyone, Naples Events alongside a number of location-specific options at Fifth Avenue South Events and Third Street South Events, there is always something to see or do in Naples.  If interested in the arts, indoor and outdoor performances from The Naples Players will take center stage, while Artis-Naples will dominate with the Philharmonic.  Gallery Row and the upscale art scene of the Naples Art District will fill an art enthusiasts' bucket.
    • Where to stay: Visitors also enjoy a broad choice of hotels covering every taste and need. With 3 miles of beach frontage, Old Naples and Coquina Sands have been a prime site for hotels since the early 1900s, and today, that means impressive options. Highlights include The Inn on FifthTrianon Old NaplesHyatt House Naples 5th AvenueBellasera Resort, and Naples Bay Resort. To know details of Downtown Naples restaurants worth trying visit this blog post.
    • How to keep busy: It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but Naples has long been a popular destination for visitors. Naples’ stunning Southwest Florida location has much to offer including a number of tours and experiences. For a trip back in time, the Historic Palm Cottage House & Walking ToursNaples Trolley Tours, and Segway Tours take you through the history of Naples and its fabulous neighborhoods including Old Naples. If you prefer life on the water, Pure FloridaNaples Princess CruiseNaples Explorer Cruise, and Sweet Liberty Sailing Cruise give you a chance to explore the waters surrounding Naples. For those who like to see nature up close, venture locally at the Naples Zoo and Naples Botanical Garden or plan to make a special trip to Crystal Springs to swim with the manatees or kayak/paddleboard the Weeki Wachee State Park natural springs.

    Schools

    Naples has an excellent reputation for its education department, with the Collier County Public Schools District winning an “A” rating from the Florida Department of Education three years running. As of 2020, there are 54,000+ students and 90+ public and private schools throughout Naples with a wide choice of both public and private schools around Coquina Sands neighborhood, including:

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    Visit GreatSchools.org/florida/naples for more options and information.

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