The Minto Communities found at The Isles of Collier Preserve in Naples is planning to introduce new phases. During the exercise, customers will receive great incentives on complete coach homes they purchase as part of phase one. The other phase one preparation being undertaken by the community is allowing buyers to take advantage of some featured coach homes in the close out category. This category can have up to $30000 worth of incentives but within a limited time.
William Bullock, the Senior Vice President of Minto was quoted saying that they ahead of schedule. As such, they are already preparing to start other new phases after they introduced The Isles of Collier Preserve successfully. Bullock also said that they are offering buyers phase one closeout incentives within the remaining time, after which they will roll out the new phases.
There are two featured coach homes that have the incentive program. The two homes are Caribwood and Poinciana that are located at home site 31 and 42 respectively. After subtracting the $30000 incentive, the one-story Caribwood costs $523,500. This home has a two-car garage, a den, three bedrooms with their bathrooms and 2,214 square feet constitutes its under air. Despite having two bathrooms and only 1,952 square feet under air, Poinciana costs $539,990 with the substraction of the $30000 incentive. It also has a two-car garage and its one-story tall.
The Isles of Collier Preserve presents home designs that are energy-efficient and innovative. Such designs show that Minto is a leader when it comes to implementing the green construction concept. The designs borrow a lot from the Old Naples coastal architecture.
The prices of luxury single-family homes range from $400s to $700s and have under air space of between 2,016 and 4,327 square feet. Luxury coach homes that are up to three-story tall have private elevators, two-car garages, 1,621 to 2,960 square feet of under air and cost between $400s and $600s.
According to the plan of Minto, The Isles of Collier Preserve conserves the natural setting of waterways and lands around it. It is located to the east of Naples Bay, south of Naples Botanical Garden and to the north of Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Just as Bullock notes, Minto did not want to burden its residents with the task of paying the cost of improving infrastructure. Such costs reflect on the tax bill whereby assessments do range from $1000 to $2000 on average each year. The assessments can continue for a maximum of 30 years. In order save their residents from paying such costs, Minto used its own funds and avoided using the Community Development District funds.