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0.23 acres in Charlotte County, Florida

190 Stevensville St, Port Charlotte , Florida 33954 - Charlotte County
$4,150 0.23 Acres
Property ID 2779189

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Listing ID: LC-1509-035333

Nice buildable lot in SW Florida located in Port Charlotte. Nearby you will find shopping developments,
top rated schools, beaches and areas for recreation such as sports complexes and golf courses.
             TOP 10 BEST PLACES TO RETIRE AND
             Best place for affordable housing: Port Charlotte, FL
Port Charlotte home prices were battered by the housing bust, which could mean bargains for retirees new to the area. The median home sale price was a shockingly low $59,950 in 2010. And many of these homes are located along canals and waterways. â??There are a tremendous number of houses on the water, and everybodyâ??s got their boats in their backyard,â?? says retiree Chris Zwirner, 78. â??All the people who live on water essentially have access to the Gulf of Mexico, and from there you can go around the world.â?? The Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park spans 42,000 acres, including 70 miles of shoreline along the Charlotte Harbor. An added bonus: Florida has no state income tax.
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