A Beautiful Naples Residence With Beachfront Access

Dante DiSabato

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For the first time since completion, a penthouse unit is available in Naples’ premier building: Moraya Bay. And not just any penthouse — Penthouse #4 — with direct beachfront access and perfect West and Southwest views that are breathtaking. With beautiful hardwood flooring and refined detailing throughout, the spacious three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bath, 4,000+-square-foot condo is the only direct-view unit available in the building and comes with a coveted two-car enclosed garage. So if you’re looking for world-class living in a movie star setting, this is it. Located on the 11th floor of one of the most exclusive buildings in Southwest Florida, this open-concept residence is accessed through a private elevator and features a gorgeous chef-grade kitchen, as well as family, living, and dining areas with magnificent Gulf-front views thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass. The recently renovated kitchen features a Wolf gas range, dishwasher, multiple refrigeration units (plus another full-sized refrigerator in the expansive pantry), icemakers, and ample storage. It makes entertaining a breeze. Meanwhile, the large master bedroom also enjoys a wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling glass for unforgettable views of the water, Captiva and beyond. And the 530+square-foot lanai (with glass railings and sliders) makes sunsets feel close enough to touch. And when you’re not spending time inside this stunning space, Moraya Bay’s two pools, beach, and poolside service, restaurant, beachfront gym, full-time manned security and concierge services make you feel as though you are staying at a five-star resort.

Address: 11125 Gulf Shore Dr., #PH-4, Naples, FL 34108

Price: $6,700,000

For more information, please contact Dante DiSabato at 239-932-3908 or [email protected]

Dante DiSabato is the exclusive agent representing the Naples, Florida real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.

Photos courtesy of Dante DiSabato 

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