Author: Anna Duncan

Latest Estuary At Grey Oaks Homes For Sale

Posted on January 20, 2018 in Real Estate Guide

There are so many communities within the Naples area that are designed for the affluent that love to play the game of golf. They enjoy the community atmosphere at the clubhouse, and they may also participate in social events and beach events that are for those that enjoy membership privileges. One of the top places that you can live is called Estuary at Grey Oaks, a beautiful location that is located in central Naples. It is one of the more convenient locations, placing you close to all of the activities that you can do in Naples. Here is what you can expect when you go to this location that utilizes European style and charm with everything in the community or you could check out this site for a much for clearer information

Overview Of Estuary At Grey Oaks

This is a subdivision of the Grey Oaks golf community. It is one of the most prominent of all of them. There are many different subdivisions within Grey Oaks that you can choose from, and the Estuary is one of the most popular. This golf community has almost 1000 different residences, divided up into neighborhoods where there are houses and condominiums. You can talk to a local realtor about the ones that are currently available, specifically asking about the Estuary neighborhood.

Why Is This Area So Popular?

Part of the popularity has to do with the reputation of Grey Oaks. It is considered by many to be one of the best in Naples. They have beautiful homes, ranging in price from $600,000 to nearly $1.5 million. The condominiums are very expensive, by comparison to the homes. The cost can go up as high as $8 million each. It is an affluent place that is designed for those that prefer luxury above all else. They also have three separate 18 hole golf courses. These have been designed by Clifton and Ezell. They are fantastic, each designed in a completely separate way, giving people that are members quite a bit of variety.

The Golf Courses At Estuary Of Grey Oaks

The golf courses include the Palm, Pine and Estuary Course, each of which has unique aspects. Some of them are considered to be extremely difficult, utilizing unique surroundings such as waterfalls and cedar trees. Others focus on situating the fairways in the midst of lagoons and sandy beaches. Finally, there Estuary Course was designed by Bob Cupp. In contrast to the other two golf courses, it uses exotic grasses, ornamental landscaping, and waterways that create a unique appearance. All of them have been regarded in some way as being one of the best golf courses in Naples. You have access to all of these when you pay the full golf membership fee.

How Much Of The Fees To Play?

The fees that are available include a $150,000 fee to play golf on all three of the golf courses. This will include annual membership dues that are almost $15,000 a year. Many people like to participate in the club, specifically because of the social activities. There is a social membership fee of $30,000 with annual dues of $6400, that will give you access to all of these social amenities. Once you have paid the equity fee, which is required at most of these locations, you would get access to both of the clubhouses.

Club Houses At Grey Oaks

The clubhouses that are here are quite large. There is one that is nearly 20,000 square feet and another that is over 60,000 square feet. Inside, you will get access to luxury gift shops, upscale restaurants, and places where you can take classes. You may want to learn how to do yoga, Pilates, or perhaps you have always wanted to swim on a regular basis. All of this is available to those that are members of the golf clubs, and that is at Grey Oaks.

Is It Difficult To Get Properties There?

In some cases, it’s challenging to get properties, but that depends on what you are looking for. Many of the condos and homes that are not multimillion dollar homes typically go very quickly. If you are looking for one of the best condos at $8 million, that might not be available. However, if you are working with a local realtor that has been selling these properties for years, they will alert you the moment that something comes available.

The Estuary at Grey Oaks is a fantastic golf community. There are very few that can compare. The combination of the three golf courses, two clubhouses, all of which is in this old world Mediterranean style will have you wanting to find a home there. If you are working with a local realtor, they should be able to help you. They can show you exactly what is available, and which ones might be what you are looking for. It is one of the unique communities that are at Grey Oaks, a place that you will enjoy calling your home.

Being part of it – education at the fringes

Posted on July 23, 2004 in Knowledge

Now I really wonder if this is innoavtion. Just writing a book yields a Doctorate. Last time we talked about purchasing credits via conference attendance. This time it’s gettin’ more innovative. I wonder how an academically written book is produced by someone who has no formal education. Saying this I claim that at least 50% of a disseration are about complying to the rules. How do you do that if you don’t know them? This not about the quality of someones writings it’s about being part of a community.

Thus it seems interesting to earn the reward of community participation (the degree) without being actually part of it. Especially if the topic is about a sharing economy.

I, however, congratulate both the institution and Joi Ito for being innovative.

Back to school
I just received word that I have been admitted into the International Business Strategy Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program at the Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy. I was talking to them last year about possibly applying, since the Ministry of Education recently changed the rules so people could apply for a doctorate program without a masters degree. Unfortunately, I don’t even have an undergraduate degree so it was tough nuggies for me. They changed the rules this year and let me apply again and I got in. I guess this makes me the least educated student to ever be admitted. hmm…

Anyway, the real reason I’m doing this isn’t the degree, although that’s nice. It’s a very cool program where I will be able to use the resources of the university including research and the professors. My only deliverable is a book on the sharing economy. I don’t have to take any classes and the topic really fits right in with Creative Commons, blogging and everything else I’m doing. I’m a big fan of many of the professors at the school and I am really psyched to be able to exploit them officially now. 😉

Here is a PDF of my research topic description.

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