Port Charlotte

Port Charlotte Areas We Build

Nestled on the Southwest Florida Gulf Coast, Port Charlotte blends old Florida charm with modern conveniences. A welcoming and friendly community, it offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle, attracting people from around the globe with its exceptional fishing, boating, sailing, and kayaking opportunities. SAIL magazine honors Charlotte Harbor as one of the “10 greatest places to sail in the United States,” while Fortune and Money magazines consistently recognize Charlotte County, Port Charlotte, and Punta Gorda as “Best Places to Live in the South.”

The convergence of the Myakka and Peace Rivers in Charlotte Harbor forms the 17th largest estuary in the nation, spanning 270 square miles with 219 miles of natural shoreline. This vibrant coastal area boasts world-class fishing, from Tarpon in Boca Grande Pass to Redfish, Snook, Snapper, and Grouper. Kayaking enthusiasts can explore the Charlotte Blueway Trails, offering over 190 miles of kayaking on 53 trails along the Charlotte County shoreline, including the Peace River, Myakka River, Coastal Section, and Charlotte Harbor.

Port Charlotte boasts miles of white sugar sand beaches and four barrier islands, providing ample opportunities for relaxation and exploration. With 21 golf courses, it’s a haven for golf enthusiasts, earning a third-place ranking in Golf Digest’s “Best in America” to live and golf. Beyond outdoor activities, the region offers many cultural and social options, including museums, art galleries, theater, dance, music, shopping, and fine dining establishments.

Recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, as reported by Gulfshore Business, Charlotte County is ranked the fifth-largest area for population growth. Business Insider analyzed Census Bureau population estimates for 384 metropolitan statistical areas, revealing that Charlotte County showed a 4% increase in population from July 1, 2021, to July 1, 2022. During this one-year period, the Punta Gorda Metropolitan Statistical Area’s population grew from 194,934 to 202,661. This growth signifies exciting times for the area, with potential business impacts expected as national chains take notice of the demographic shifts. Additionally, this growth aids local businesses, contributing to the region’s economic vitality.

The Triad Group can custom build your new luxury home in Port Charlotte or any of the communities within Charlotte County, including Englewood, Rotonda, South Gulf Cove, Deep Creek, Burnt Store, and the City of Punta Gorda. With many affordable vacant home sites on and off the water, realizing your Florida Dream Home has never been more attainable.

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