Welcome to Pine Ridge Estates

Situated in central Naples between Pine Ridge Rd/Vanderbilt Beach Rd and US41/Goodlette-Frank Rd, Pine Ridge Estates blends non-gated large estate properties and homes with convenient shopping and dining and only a 1.8 mile bike ride or walk to Clam Pass Park, where you can ride the tram through the mangroves to the beach! Surrounded by mature oak trees and vegetation, Pine Ridge Estates is unspoiled by over-development, which is why residents flock to Pine Ridge Estates to enjoy their spacious one to 10 acres lots. It is perhaps no surprise then, that Pine Ridge Estates won best neighborhood in the United States in 2019 as assessed by real estate research firm ATTOM Data Solutions.

We invite you to explore Pine Ridge to its fullest, search and preview properties below as well as read the additional content after the properties/map.

What Makes Pine Ridge Estates Stand Out

  • Premier neighborhood for estate living.  Desirable in many respects, Pine Ridge Estates is centrally located in Naples and offers spacious lots and privacy with city proximity.
  • Expansive estate lots.  One to 10 acre lots provide an endless creative storyboard of great homes, pristine architecture and endless possibilities for outdoor living with abundant landscaping. Many of the lots have second structures including guest houses, multi-car and RV garages, outdoor buildings and horse stables providing flexible accommodation that is adaptable to any hobby or lifestyle. Horse owners love this neighborhood for good reason.
  • Centrally located and only 1 mile to the beach. Biking to the beach in under 15 minutes or hopping in the car for a 5 minute drive is a nice convenience. If you need to stop by Whole Foods or want to have lunch with a friend at the Mercato, you are also a quick 7-8 minute ride away. Most errands will be 5-10 car rides away.
  • Won Best Neighborhood in the Country in 2019.  Based on six criteria, Pine Ridge Estates was highly rated for affordability, home price appreciation, school scores, unemployment rates and property taxes. Properties don’t turn over often, so when one one hits the market which checks your boxes, make a move.