Port Royal, named for a 17th century port city in Jamaica, is one of the most prestigious communities in the world. Located between Naples Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, in Olde Naples, FL. This luxurious community was first developed in the late 1940s and early 1950s. As it’s founder and visionary, John Glen Sample once said, Port Royal “is a showplace of casual elegance” where the houses are a variety of “small jewels” ranging from 3000 to 12,000 square feet in size. Every section of this area is crafted along very wide canals lined with clever street names and harbors evoking 18th Century pirates that used Southwest Florida as a safe haven between looting adventures.
Port Royal offers deep-water access to the Gulf of Mexico through Gordon Pass. Thus making a boating trip to the Ten Thousand Islands or Keewaydin Island and the rich fishing grounds an easy one-day trip. To name just a few roads offering boat slips and deep water boat access would be Admiralty Parade, Nelsons Walk, Cutlass Lane , Galleon Drive, Spyglass Lane and Gin Lane.
A compliment to this exquisite community is the Port Royal Club. The Port Royal Club offers nine tennis courts, a clubhouse with complete formal and informal dining facilities, and an Olympic pool. Membership to the club is primarily limited to Port Royal property owners.
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