Grande Excelsior Real Estate
The Grande Excelsior in The Dunes offers a contemporary design and was built in 2005. The eighteen-story high rise provides security and privacy and the confidence of knowing the building conforms to the very latest in building standards.
Lush mangroves, indigenous water birds and the sugar-sand beach are all part of the unparalleled views that greet you each day. It is the fifth tower within the Dunes community. The building contains 90 units ranging in size from 3353 sf to 3404 sf under air, all with large screened lanais facing the Gulf.
Features include 9’4” ceilings, gourmet kitchens, luxurious baths, semi-private elevators, and two assigned interior parking spaces. There are six units per floor, with three unique floor plans. Grande Excelsior residents enjoy all the resort amenities of The Plantation Club, plus a private Concierge Center with concierge services, conference room, business center, living room and catering kitchen. Select units offer a membership to the Floridian Club, a private beach club.
The Floridian Club is a fully staffed beach club offering members food and drink services, gulf front swimming pool and private beach access. Although a short distance outside the gates of The Dunes, The Floridian Club provides hourly shuttle service to members and their guests. Search other Condominiums in the Dunes. or Naples Real Estate
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