Royal Harbor waterfront home for sale in Naples, Florida with dock and 10,000 lb lift.

Naples waterfront in picturesque Royal Harbor! What a fun retreat to come home to whether it’s your pied-a-terre or yr round residence. A sunny & bright, happy home updated within last 5 yrs with all the appointments a savvy buyer expects in today’s market includes paver driveway, granite countertops in kitchen & bath, recessed bright white cabinets, wood & tile, plush carpet in guest rooms enhanced with bay windows, french doors, newer roof & an open floor plan for optimal ease of living and entertaining. Floor to ceiling bookcases are the focal point of the room with sliders leading to the pool & deck for those tropical parties. Exterior amentities include a 30 ft boat dock with room to expand & a 10,000 lb lift. No bridges to the Gulf & into Naples Bay in a few short minutes, this home seamlessly integrates a boater’s dreams with the Naples lifestyle you’ve always dreamed about. This home has your name on it, call today to claim it. Chic 5th Ave & downtown just 5 min. away. Offered for $1,000,000.


For professional advice on all aspects of buying or selling in the Naples Florida real estate market contact Ruth Bethem, Broker-Associate, ABR,CRS,GRI at 239-777-7007, or toll-free at 877-777-7545. Ruth can also be contacted by email if you prefer. Email her directly at Ruth is a Top Producer with Downing-Frye Realty,Inc. in Naples, Florida.

Collier County Recycling

Collier County recycling centers in Naples, Marco Island, Immokalee and Carnestown  allow residents to safely dispose of paint, cooking oil, transmission and hydraulic fluid, car batteries, rechargeable batteries, mercury switches, thermometers, thermostats, flares, ammunition, propane gas tanks, biomedical sharps, yard waste, and other hazardous wastes such as pesticides, paint thinners and pool chemicals. The centers also dispose of fluorescent light bulbs, HID lamps, ballasts, electronics and tires, but charges apply in some cases. The charge to recycle tires is $1 each for tires 15 inches or less and $4 each for tires 16 inches or more. 

Residents can dispose of 10 free bulbs or ballasts, then they are 30 cents each for fluorescent tubes and $1 each for HID lamps and ballasts. For electronics, residents may dispose of three for free, and pay $3 each for additional electronic items. With the impending conversion to digital broadcasting, some people are disposing of televisions or other electronic items with their regular trash, said Margie Hapke of the Collier County Public Utilities Division. 

“We don’t want those ending up in the landfill,” Hapke said. Free curbside collection is available for electronic items in Collier, but call 48 hours in advance at 252-2380. 

Here are the recycling center locations and hours of operation listed on ■ Naples Recycling Center, 2640 W. Enterprise Ave. (off Airport-Pulling Road at the north end of Naples Municipal Airport), 643-3099; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. 

■ Marco Island Recycling Center, 990 Chalmers Drive (corner of East Elkcam Circle), 252-5153; 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. ■ Carnestown Recycling Center, East U.S. 41 and State Road 29, 695-4331; 9 a.m. to noon and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturdays. 

■ Immokalee Transfer Station, 700 Stockade Road, 657-6566; 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays.