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Port Charlotte Real Estate Market
Port Charlotte, home to almost 58,000 residents, boasts more than 165 miles of waterways, 21 golf courses, and a variety of neighborhood communities ideal for homebuyers looking for real estate options close to schools, parks, and attractions like the Charlotte County Historical Center and the
Homes for sale in Port Charlotte range in style, size, and price point. Whether looking to buy an existing construction or to build something on an available lot, Port Charlotte is home to several diverse home builders. Hamsher Homes, Thornberry Custom Builders, Brigon Homes, Harbor Home Builders, and Quality Homes are just a few of the home building companies that serve this city.
When looking to buy a home in Port Charlotte, home prices range but on average fall between the mid $100's and low $500's. It's possible to find smaller houses with about 1,000 square feet of living space for under $100,000. These are larger than the average tiny home and may feature two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms. Waterfront properties typically have higher home prices, generally from the mid $700's and higher depending on the year of construction, square footage, and location.
Throughout Port Charlotte, discover an array of architectural styles in the different residential neighborhoods. From classic Florida homes to traditional and contemporary as well as constructions with Mediterranean, Spanish, and Cap Cod influences, there's a house style and floor plan to fit a buyer's needs.
Port Charlotte Community Amenities
Homeowners in Port Charlotte enjoy easy proximity to Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 41, which bisects the city. Charlotte Harbor is the state's second largest estuary, a beautiful place to enjoy nature. Port Charlotte's proximity to the water offers residents and visitors to this Gulf Coast city great opportunities for recreational activities like kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and swimming. The Charlotte County Blueway Trails go through Port Charlotte, a popular and unique way to enjoy the native species of fauna and flora. Paddlers of all experience levels, both kayak and canoe, can traverse the Blueway Trails for miles. There are multiple entry points in Port Charlotte, including one at the Tippecanoe Environmental Park.
For baseball fans, the Charlotte Sports Park is the place to be. It's the home of the Charlotte Stone Crabs, a High-A affiliate to Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay Rays. The sprawling Charlotte Sports Park connects to the Tippecanoe Environmental Park where visitors can spend time on the boardwalk, exploring the hiking trails, or setting off onto the Blueway Trails in a kayak or canoe. City parks can be found throughout Port Charlotte, including six that are dog-friendly. There are three public libraries, each part of the Charlotte County System and a diverse selection of places to dine, whether looking for something casual or more elegant.
The Punta Gorda Airport is less than 10 miles from the center of Port Charlotte and it's just under an hour's drive to the Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers. There's no need to leave the city for shopping. Port Charlotte has several plazas and malls including the Charlotte Square Mall and the Port Charlotte Town Center on Tamiami Trail. The latter is an enclosed mall with multiple stores, food court, and cinemas.
Port Charlotte Neighborhood Highlights
When looking to buy a home in Port Charlotte, consider these key features of this coastal community:
- Diverse selection of home styles and price points
- Waterfront homes with scenic views
- 165+ miles of waterways for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and more
- Entry points for the Blueway Trails
- Easy access to highways and airports
- Theater, art, and cultural venues
- Part of the Charlotte County Public School System
Port Charlotte School Information
Residents of Port Charlotte with school-age children have access to the institutions that are part of the Charlotte County Public School System. Options include traditional public elementary, middle, and high schools as well as charter schools, the Charlotte Virtual School, and homeschooling. There are six elementary schools, two middle schools, and the Port Charlotte High School on Cochran Avenue. In addition, there is an Adult Learning Center, the Baker Center for early childhood programs, and the Charlotte Technical College. The Charlotte Technical College located on Murdock Circle has more than 2,000 high school students and adults enrolled each year. It is fully accredited by the Council on Occupational Education.
Port Charlotte, Florida is considered one of the newer coastal cities, developed after Fort Myers and Sarasota. Its central location makes it attractive to homebuyers looking for real estate along one of the waterways or a home within one of the attractive inland neighborhoods. Port Charlotte offers easy access to highways, airports, and numerous state wildlife parks. Residents and visitors to Port Charlotte can find a selection of places to shop and dine in addition to the many outdoor recreation and cultural venues.
PORT CHARLOTTE REAL ESTATE AGENTS
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