Naples (zip 34120), FL

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Naples (zip 34120), FL

About Naples (zip 34120), FL

Living in 34120 Naples, FL is an incredibly rewarding experience. With its beautiful beaches, stunning sunsets, and vast variety of cultural experiences to choose from, this area is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The city offers plenty of activities that appeal to all ages, including fishing on the pier, lounging at the beach, exploring nature trails in the nearby parks and preserves, and shopping in one of its many outdoor malls. Naples also boasts a range of delicious dining options as well as great nightlife spots to enjoy with friends and family. Although it may be a bit more expensive to live here than other areas in Florida, it's worth it due to its incredible atmosphere and wonderful sense of community. Beach/resort town - South Gulf coast, 40 miles south of Fort Myers, on the western edge of the Everglades.

Zip Codes: Naples (zip 34120)
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Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 15 ft above sea level

Naples, an upscale residential enclave with beaches and a variety of activities, serves more year-round and winter residents than vacationing tourists. There are many golf courses and golf-course developments with upscale housing and shopping areas. The area is generally attractive and has a relaxed, modern feel. Job growth is among the highest in the state and educational attainment is among the best, but commercial activity is mainly related to supporting the area’s residents.

There are plenty of parks, excellent beaches, and outstanding nature preserves inland. With these attributes come a high cost of living and housing; Naples often ranks as the most expensive metro area in Florida. Commercial air service is still undeveloped; air travel usually requires a 75-mile trip across the Everglades to Miami or Fort Lauderdale. Marco Island is a large planned community 15 miles south on the northernmost of Florida’s “Ten Thousand Islands” chain. The median age for the whole area is 60, giving a hint to its main role as a retirement community.

Naples is near the southernmost point of habitable land where the Everglades begin to drain into the ocean. Beaches give way to cypress and mangrove forests, and undeveloped areas to the south. The Everglades marshes begin just to the east of town. The climate, distinctly subtropical with a strong marine influence, is similar to other southern Gulf locations. Summers are warm and humid with some sea breeze; winters are mild and relatively dry with temperatures mainly in the 70’s and 80’s. Afternoon thunderstorms are common in summer. Winter freezes, particularly near shore, are extremely rare.

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Naples Cost of Living

Winter climate, job growth, and attractive setting make Naples a great place to live.

+38.8% higher than avg
+11.5% higher than avg
$1,770 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
+35.1% higher than avg
Naples Crime
18.5 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Valencia Golf & Country Club is the perfect community for all types of living, especially for families and golf enthusiasts. Wake up to the beautiful views of fairways  More

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