The Moorings/Coquina Sands neighborhoods are centrally located, and stretch from US 41 to the Gulf of Mexico. Much of the area is waterfront, especially in The Moorings, with boat docks and shimmering views for both single-family homes and condominiums.
The Moorings is known for its quiet streets shaded with beautiful Banyan, Ficus and Palm trees. Residents enjoy a private country club and beach park. Access to Gulf of Mexico via Doctors Pass is enjoyed from many waterfront properties located along Moorings Bay, Bowline Bay and Compass Cove. The Moorings has survived economic slumps, Hurricanes, and time to become one of the most desirable areas in the world to live.
These communities were primarily built in the '60s and '70s, and exude a quiet elegance befitting a premier lifestyle. The streets are lined with fichus, banyan and palm trees, and neatly manicured lawns are in abundance. Architectural styles are dominated by the traditional Florida designs, and many of the older homes have undergone renovations or complete reconstruction as the land value has steadily increased.
The Moorings Country Club is located at the center of the Moorings on Crayton Road, with beautiful golf course views for many surrounding homes. Residents have another special bonus in The Moorings' private beach.
Every home in neighboring Coquina Sands is within walking distance of the beach and Gulf-front Lowdermilk Park, which features public parking, concessions, large covered picnic pavilion with restrooms, outside picnic areas, children's playground, and the gorgeous waters of the Gulf. Both The Moorings and Coquina Sands are located within the city limits of Naples.