Port Charlotte is located 100 miles south of Tampa and 65 north of Naples. One of the largest communities in Charlotte County, Port Charlotte occupies a land mass of 32 square miles and has an approximate population of 54,000. Situated on the shores of Charlotte Harbor, Port Charlotte boasts one of the world’s largest…
[read more=”more” less=”less”]protected marine estuaries, encompassing 270 sq mi and 2149 mi of natural shoreline. Charlotte Harbor’s confluence of the Peace and Myakka rivers comprises some of the most vibrant coastal areas in the state and a matchless network of barrier islands and mangrove forests, including Boca Grande, Palm Island, Don Pedro Island, Little Gasparilla Island, and Manasota Key.[/read]
Centrally located yet an oasis unto itself, Port Charlotte was named one of the Best Places to Retire by Money Magazine. Thanks to its vast amenities, top-ranked medical facilities, world-class fishing, and outstanding values in housing, Port Charlotte is the kind of sweet secret the Gulf Coast can no longer keep! One of…
[read more=”more” less=”less”]Florida’s premiere ecotourism destinations, the beaches of Charlotte Harbor & the Gulf Islands are easily accessible yet quiet and remote. Their shores attract an abundance of birds, dolphins, sea turtles and other wildlife, but not the big crowds of many of the other Gulf beaches. In addition to the preserves and beaches, natural amenities include fishing, paddling and sailing. For athletes and sports fans, the area is home to 16 golf courses and numerous annual sporting events and recreational facilities, including Port Charlotte Beach Park.
Home to Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays’ spring training, the recently renovated Charlotte Sports Park is a record-setting facility where fans can relax and enjoy America’s pastime. Also home to the Florida State League’s Charlotte Stone Crabs, the Park boasts a 360 degree concourse, tiki bar and children’s play area.
When the sun sets over Port Charlotte and the stars have begun to shine, the Port Charlotte nightlife can keep anyone entertained. Whether you’re a true gourmand or prefer familiar favorites, Port Charlotte offers cuisines of every ethnicity and style, from the locally owned and operated pubs and cafes to the well known franchises. After dinner visit the theatre, comedy clubs, or listen and dance to live music. [/read]
With a population near 55,000 Port Charlotte continues its careful growth with a special emphasis on preserving the area’s ecology and fostering an honest home-town feel. One of the features of Port Charlotte Real Estate is that many of the homes here have saltwater canals with gulf access right in the backyard. For family…
[read more=”more” less=”less”]living, seasonal residents and full-time retirees there has been no better time to explore the possibilities of living in this true tropical paradise. The housing options are plentiful and can suit every need and the community continues to provide the services and amenities that Port Charlotte residents call their own. Friendly people, a beautiful environment and gorgeous weather all combine to make Port Charlotte a genuine jewel of Florida’s southwest Coast.[/read]
Priced from $54,900 to $1,600,000.