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Prime Home Site Lot Florida In Port Charlotte Johns Ave.
Great Location, with Clear Title and Title Insurance.

Port Charlotte 0.23 ac plot in a developed area with nice new houses in the surrounding area. At walking distance, 0.3 miles to shopping areas, malls and schools.

A nice place to live. Plenty of stores around, including a mall and movie theator. The area is perfect for those who want to be close to stores and other convenient buildings. Even though it is quiet it is a very safe town. There is, however, a lot of activities that the different schools hold for the students to participate in.

The area is recognized for its appealing and well structured neighborhoods, particularly desirable for those searching for a quiet neighborhood with a lot of yard space the land parcel is surrounded by pleasant natural beauty all around, as well as the popular beaches where locals go for fishing, swimming, and other activities.

Charlotte County the place to be if you are seeking a truly natural escape!


Sunset ... it's the premiere thing that sets the West Coast of Florida apart from the rest of the state

Charlotte County, Florida

Port Charlotte is specially desirable for its small-town feeling, welcoming residents and close sense of community. Plus, low crime rates give a neighborhood a sense of ease and calm. High School Port Charlotte and Technical College nearby.

The area

Located on the picturesque West Coast of Florida, between Sarasota and Fort Myers, the Charlotte County area is home to clear skies, pristine waters, and beautiful sunsets...

Charlotte County, Florida is still pure and simple. Charlotte County is the place to be if you are seeking a truly natural escape. This area is known as "Pure Florida" for its varied conservation and recreational activities.
Charlotte County has exceptional beaches, fishing, bird watching, biking, hiking, canoeing or just pure relaxation.

The abundance of waterways in Charlotte County is what attracts many people. Although prices are sky rocketing in Charlotte County.
The lifestyle is what keeps them here. Charlotte County is situated on Florida's Gulf Coast, where the Peace River flows into Charlotte Harbor, which then joins the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a very nice and highly desirable area of charlotte county, florida in a well established residential community.premium developing area, many homes still to be built in port charlotte community nice homes already under construction or completed in this immediate area & close.


Nice lot within minutes of fisherman’s village, beaches and charlotte harbor area. the parcel size is 0.23 acre, the physical address is 17215 john`s avenue. electrical service nearby, telephone service available nearby, septic required.

There's no building restrictions as to what or when to build on the property.

The Town Center, just a few minutes drive away, the premier destination for Dining, Shopping and Entertainment for adults and families. A peaceful welcoming atmosphere that will feature boutiques, restaurants, personal services and retail. Creating a memorable shopping and dining experience for visitors and residents of Southwest Florida.


Port Charlotte offers recreational activities for every lifestyle, including golf courses, yacht clubs, parks, and more. Port Charlotte Beach State Park has a wide expanse of sand where walking is a favorite pastime for many. Here you can kayak or canoe along the banks of the pristine Peace and Myakka Rivers.
Beverly Hills offers golfing, boating, canoeing, bicycling, nature study, hiking, scuba diving, fishing, and swimming which are just a few of the activities enjoyed by residents.

Things to do

Charlotte county has a total of 48 parks and recreation areas. 34 county parks, 4 state facilities, 1 federal wildlife refugee.the county has about 12.5 miles of gulf coast beaches. there are 15 public access sites. there are 28 marinas & 13 boat ramps located along the peace river, cape haze peninsula, lemon bay and placid harbor areas.

closest beach is port charlotte beach about ten minutes away and closest gulf beach is englewood. sarasota, tampa & fort meyers are also very close for weekend trips.

charlotte county stadium at charlotte sports park with 5332 seats,club house,baseball and softball fields and open ground available for festivals,concerts,large shows expositions and sporting events. sunshine clean air 129 square miles of sparkling waters,fishing at its greatest. low crime and inexpensive living keep them here in the heart of southwest coast of florida.

Roads:  INTERSTATE-75 through Charlotte County has 22-miles running north/south with five exits (#27 to #31). U.S. 17 ends in Punta Gorda and U.S. 41, the Tamiami Trail, is the main highway running north/south.

Location: Nestled along Florida’s Southwest Gulf Coast, between Sarasota and Naples, about 100 miles south of Tampa.

Geography: Charlotte County provides some of the most beautiful natural settings Florida has to offer, with numerous upland and aquatic preserve areas to explore. Charlotte Harbor includes one of the world’s largest protected marine estuaries encompassing 270 square miles with 219 miles of natural shoreline. Charlotte Harbor/Gasparilla Sound Aquatic Preserve comprises nearly 80,000 acres of some of the most pristine and productive coastal areas in the state and a unique network of barrier islands and mangrove forests.

Regions: Vacation destinations include the barrier island community of Boca Grande; the historic city of Punta Gorda; Englewood; Port Charlotte; Little Gasparilla Island; Don Pedro Island; Manasota Key; Cape Haze; the picturesque fishing and arts village of Placida; and Palm Island, with its serene beaches accessible by ferry.

Climate: At 5 to 25 feet above sea level, Charlotte County enjoys a climate characterized as sub-tropic where extremes of temperature in both summer and winter are checked by the tempering influence of the Gulf of Mexico. Prevailing winds are an easterly average of 12-18 mph.

Seasons: Winter: January-March. At certain peaks, winter residents increase the population by 30%. April-December is considered low season. During this time, Floridians increase their visits to the area.

Restaurants: Fresh seafood is abundant and the area boasts a wide selection of ethnic foods including French, Italian, Japanese, Thai, and Mexican. All-American cuisine is also in plentiful supply.

Beaches: Over twelve miles of sandy Gulf beaches share the coastline with the mangrove forests of Charlotte Harbor.

Golf: Choose from over sixteen magnificent courses throughout Charlotte County. Courses range from executive to championship level, each with scenic vistas and spectacular landscapes.

Attractions: Charlotte County features over 70 parks and recreational areas. Take a unique wildlife buggy tour through the silent beauty of an untouched cypress swamp. Set sail on a small boat cruise. Camp out under the stars. Snorkel right off your canoe in the Peace River. Ride a bicycle alongside real Bison at Babcock’s Wilderness Adventure, or come face-to-face with a gopher tortoise on an exhilarating hike through Cedar Point.

Airports: The area boasts four airports strategically located in well-populated areas for travel convenience: The Charlotte County Airport, Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (SRQ), Southwest Florida International Airport, Ft. Myers, (RSW), and Tampa International Airport (TIA).

Transportation: A variety of services including: auto rentals, taxi & limo service, bus and bicycle rentals.

Mileage from Florida Cities: Daytona: 183 miles Jacksonville: 238 miles Miami: 214 miles Orlando: 129 miles Tampa: 100 miles

Charlotte Harbor & The Gulf Islands is located halfway between Sarasota and Naples on the Southwest Florida Gulf coast. Southwest Florida International Airport, 30 minutes to the south in Ft. Myers, provides convenient flight service. For more information on how you can enjoy Florida’s Best-Kept Secrets throughout Charlotte Harbor & The Gulf Islands, visit the Charlotte County Visitor’s Bureau Web site or call 1-888-4PUR-FLA.

Parcel Number: 0046749-0000000-9
Property address: 17215 JOHN`S AVENUE
Parcel Size: 0.23 acre
Parcel dimensions: 83×121
Legal access: Yes
Location: Charlotte County
Water app. 100 feet
Sewer Sceptic Septic–Must install your own when building.
Taxes app. $340.00/year
Title Free and clear
Terrain Flat
Additional notes Start your land portfolio with this beautiful piece of property.
Processing fee We do charge a low processing fee of $100.00 for all transaction costs on this property.
Warranty deed After the full payment paid, Buyer will receive the WARRANTY DEED direct from the County.

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Property Id : 19327
Structure Type: Brick
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