Located in south Collier County, The Isles of Collier Preserve is a sprawling residential development on 2,400 acres created by Minto Communities. The development is a tribute to Barron Collier and his vision for man and nature to live in harmony. Nearly half of The Isles of Collier Preserve is dedicated to lakes, nature preserves and natural habitats. There are also beautiful outdoor-inspired amenities. To learn more contact me or visit this page to view the properties currently available in The Isles of Collier Preserve.
The Isles of Collier Preserve will have 1,6
00 total homes at build out. The coach homes start in the low $400s and climb to the $600s with sizes ranging from 1621 sq. ft. to 2960 sq. ft. The HOA fees are currently $250 per month but will be $450 per month at buildout.
In addition to coach homes, the Minto development will offer paired (twin) villas starting in the $300s.
There are also two collections of Single Family homes: the Palmetto and the Mangrove. Palmetto’s start in the mid $400s and the Mangrove’s start in the mid $500s. HOA fees will be $335 per month and $365 per month, respectively, at build out.
The Isles of Collier Preserve has its own funding source to develop so this is not a CDD community – a financial savings to the homeowners.
The amenities at The Isles of Collier Preserve will be heavily focused on the great outdoors and enjoying all that Mother Nature has to offer. Residents will enjoy scenic hiking, walking, and biking trails with exercise stations and nature watch areas. There is also the Cypress Waterway which will have a boathouse, dock, and kayak launch.
The residents will gather at the focal point of the community, The Club, for tennis, swimming, fitness, and dining. There will be a lap pool and resort-style pool. In addition to the southern manor style clubhouse, residents can dine at the Overlook Bar & Grill which provides views of the Cypress Waterway.
The Isles of Collier Preserve will exemplify southern lifestyle communities. New construction options are available now.