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Port Charlotte in southwest Florida is known as one of the "Top Ten Greatest Places to Sail" in the United States. This is one of the many reasons this family-oriented waterfront city is such a popular location for new Florida residents.

Blue waters, blue skies, sunshine

Port Charlotte is fast becoming one of the most desirable locations in southwest Florida. The waterfront city rests on Charlotte Harbor and connects with 165 miles of waterways. Sail Magazine named Charlotte Harbor as one of the "Top Ten Greatest Places to Sail" in the United States. Charlotte Harbor is the second largest naturally occurring bay on the west coast of Florida. That means there's hours of fishing, sailing and cruising to be done without ever entering the Gulf of Mexico or the intra-coastal. The harbor is tucked away off the main arteries of boating which makes for a relaxed day on the water.

Close to Shopping, Dining and Fun

One of the most popular destinations for shopping, dining and live music is Fishermen's Village in Punta Gorda, a short 10 minutes from Port Charlotte. The resort and marina complex features boating and fishing craft rentals, paddleboard and kayak rentals and lessons, fishing charters, harbor tours and sunset cruises. There are more than 30 shops and restaurants, a military museum and lots of special events. Fishermen's Village is a perfect place to spend the day.

Port Charlotte is Growing

New residents lured by the warm Florida sun and small town charm are creating a surge of growth in Port Charlotte. It is among the smaller Florida cities targeted by people moving out of larger markets around the country. Many of these new residents are seeking out smaller Florida cities with a close proximity to larger metro areas. 

Port Charlotte residents enjoy more than just water-oriented activities. Seven of the county's 14 golf courses are in Port Charlotte. The Tampa Bay Rays hold their spring training at Charlotte Sports Park. There are great hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities at the Tippecanoe Environmental Park. Art and cultural offerings are available through the Cultural Center of Charlotte County with exhibitions, theatre and classes.

HB Value Homes

HB Value Homes in Port Charlotte start as low as $865 per month excluding taxes and insurance. The Florida-based homebuilder has several homes currently under construction ranging from 1,284 sf to 2,134 sf with 3 to 4 bedrooms and 2 baths and a 2-car garage. Monthly payment estimates are based on a 2.99% interest rate, 3.5% down payment on a 30-fixed FHA loan. For a complete list of homes, visit the HB Value website.