In 1951, Carmon Robert Naples MD (a Doctor practicing in Silver Spring)and his wife Eleanor E Naples purchased a 237 acre farm with a circa 1860's farm house from the Bonifant Family.
The old farm house, on a little over 3 acres was sold as a residence and still stands as a private residence on Bonifant Road today.
Some of the acreage was sold to the Maryland National Capitol Park and Planning Commission for conservation of Northwest Branch Park. Another part of the acreage became the National Trolley Museum.
The house and the rest of the surrounding acreage became the subdivision of Naples Manor. There are 378 single family detatched homes in Naples Manor. The first homes were built in 1982 and building continued into the mid 1990's. Most of the homes in Naples Manor were built in the mid 1980's.
The setting for Naples Manor Homes is rolling green, wooded countryside. The subdivision is adjacent to the much larger older subdivision of Stonegate. The community shares many of the same ammenities of Stonegate such as the Swim Club and is part of the Stonegate Citizens Association. For the most part, the homes in Naples Manor are larger and newer than the houses in Stonegate.
Northwest Branch Park
National Capital Trolley Museum
Stonegate Swim Club
Public Schools Serving the Naples Manor Subdivision
Elementary - Stonegate Elementary
Middle School - White Oak Middle School
High School - James Hubert Blake High School
The Northeast Consortium (High School Choice) also
includes Paint Branch High and Springbrook High Schools
*Always verify with the Montgomery County School Assignment Locater (by your home's street address) for your specific district and school