Best places to live in naples florida

Living in Naples Florida Pros and Cons

If you are looking for a place to live in Florida, you should seriously consider Naples. This is a small and town of approximately 21,000 residents located in Collier County, and so it’s perfect for those who are looking for a quiet place away from the noise and pollution you will find in larger cities.

What distinguish Naples from other places in the state is the high-quality population. Close to 95% of the population has a high school diploma while more than 50% are college graduates. 90% are white; the rest are Hispanic or Afro-Americans.

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However, the population is a bit old. 42% are older 65 or older. One third of the population is between the ages of 45-64. Only 11% are under 18, so if you have young children, Naples may not be your first choice. On the other hand, the number of schools is quite large – which indicates the high priority given to education: 10 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and 9 high schools (private and public).

Living in Naples is not cheap. The average price of a housing unit ranges from 250,000 to 450,000 dollars, depends on the size of the structure. These prices reflect the high socio-economic status of the town. The median household income is close to $77,000 (compared to $46,000 in Florida as a whole).

Crime – low rates

Crime is not much of a problem in Naples with only 16 violent incidents a year. Crime rate per 1,000 residents is 0.76 (violent) and 25.8 (property). On average, 37 violent and property crimes occur per 1 square mile compared to 76 crimes in Florida.

Places to hang out

You won’t find the most exciting night life in a small town such as Naples. But you will definitely be able to enjoy clean white beaches and dozens of golf courses. There are also nice museums (Baker Museum), restaurants and shops in the downtown area.

Weather – hot and humid. Beware of hurricanes

If you are into hot weather, Naples is the place for you with an average temperature of 75 °F. Summer months are hot and rainy. If you can’t stand humidity, make sure you have a good air conditioner. One thing you must take into account is that the town is located in an area that is prone to hurricanes. On average, a tropical storm hit Collier County every 2 years.

Best places to live in naples florida was last modified: September 13th, 2016 by Florida Arrests