17 Turquoise Ave. Naples, FL 34114
President – Keith Avery Vice President – Ray Grant Secretary - Beverly Burnham Treasurer - Greg Chadbourn Director – Leo Carter Director – Ron Hysell Director – Chuck Banton Director - Leo Carter -Appointed for 1 year term. ==============br>
Cindy Stanford - administrative assistant Jeff Pope - maintenance person
Welcome to Enchanting Shores Co-op Inc. or as the residents call it our "Paradise in Southwest Florida".
Enchanting Shores Co-op is a 55+ Deed Restricted, pet free Community. We are situated on 47 acres of rustic woodland in Southwest Florida, bordered on the North end by Henderson Creek, from which boaters can access the Gulf through the scenic Rookery Bay Estuary. Enchanting Shores is centrally located less than ten miles from Old Naples, Marco Island, route I-75, the Everglades and the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Of Mexico.
Our park has grown and matured since 1980 with 365 residents owning their homes. Each owner has an Exclusive Right of Possession Agreement, having a share as Co-operative owners. We have a maintenance fee which is paid every quarter. This covers our on site manager, lawn care, water and sewer and any other Association costs. Our fees have not increased over the past 10 years. The reserve funds are established and fully funded without any anticipated special assessments in the future.
We have a large air-conditioned Recreation Hall with an oversized kitchen, stage, WI-FI connection, billiard's and card rooms. We support many events and clubs that have been organized for the enjoyment and interests of our residents. If the swimming pool, shuffle board, tennis, bocce and horseshoe courts do not provide you with enough activity, then you can use the wide, paved streets for walking, biking, and jogging.
Enchanting Shores is self managed by a seven member volunteer Board of Directors, which are elected by the Shareholders and serve a two year term. We are dedicated to strong fiscal management while providing an enjoyable, relaxing lifestyle for all our residents.ESC President, Keith Avery January 2017