FAQ

 
Avalon FAQ's
  • What is Avalon?
    Answer: Avalon is a gated community inside the prestigious Pelican Bay community consisting of 174 Mediterranean-style residences. Avalon units were completed between 1992 and 1994 and range in size from 1,274 square feet to 1,800 square feet. While some Avalon properties are considered townhomes featuring a one car garage, other condos offer an assigned parking space. Many of the Avalon units offer tranquil lake views while some units offer landscaped and/or preserve/park views.
  • Where is Avalon?
    Answer: Avalon is located at the north end of Pelican Bay off Pelican Bay Boulevard between North Point Drive and Hammock Oak Drive.  This location is adjacent to Pelican Bay Community Park and close to the community center and north tram station.
  • What is Avalon leasing policy?
    Answer: A condo unit may be leased by the owner once per calendar year for a minimum of one (1) month. The start date of the lease determines the calendar year.
  • What is pet policy?
    Answer:
    Only owners may have pets (no more than two per unit). Pets must be less than twenty pounds. Sorry, but renters and guests may not bring pets on the Avalon property. Also, no pets are permitted anywhere in the pool area.

Pelican Bay FAQ's
  • What is Pelican Bay?
    Answer: Pelican Bay is the premier luxury community in Naples, Florida. One of the area’s largest exclusive enclaves, situated on more than three square miles and bordered by pristine white-sand beaches, the community offers the most diverse slate of amenities and activities anywhere in the region.   Take a .5 mile electric tram to the gulf front restaurant, bar and lounging area. Enjoy the Gulf of Mexico, the natural Clam Pass for fishing or rent a small catamaran for a day. 

Responsibility - Homeowner's Association
  • What is a Homeowners Association (HOA) vs. a Condominium Association?
    Answer: A Homeowners' Association (HOA) is a legal entity created by a real estate developer for the purpose of developing, managing and selling a community of homes. It is given the authority to enforce the covenants, conditions & restrictions (CC&Rs) and to manage the common amenities of the development. It allows a developer to end their responsibility over the community, typically by transferring ownership of the association to the homeowners after selling. Generally accepted as a voluntary association of homeowners gathered together to protect their property values and to improve the neighborhood, a large percentage of U.S neighborhoods where free standing homes exist have an HOA. Most homeowners' associations are non profit organizations and are subject to state statutes that govern non-profit corporations and homeowners' associations.
     
    A Condominium Association means, in addition to any entity responsible for the operation of common elements owned in undivided shares by unit owners, any entity that operates or maintains other real property in which condominium unit owners have use rights, in which unit owner membership in the entity is composed exclusively of condominium unit owners or their elected or appointed representatives, and is a required condition of unit ownership. Fla. Stat. §718.103(2).
     
    Avalon is a Condominium Association.