17064 Fallkirk Avenue, Port Charlotte, FL 33954


Property Description

Build your Florida dream home on this double lot in a beautifully developing area of Port Charlotte. Some advantages of this area include being in a non-flood zone with a survey & environmental report already completed. Per Charlotte County current Scrub Jay mapping, this lot does not have any Scrub Jays. So many options for building a home on this expansive lot that has plenty of space for gardening, RV or boat parking and lots of privacy. Several new homes are being built in this area with tree lined streets. The area has the feel of country living yet quick access to U.S. 41, shopping, restaurants in Port Charlotte and North Port. For boating & fishing enthusiasts, there are public boat launch areas, fishing spots as well as nearby golf courses. For wonderful year round enjoyment, there are sports fields, fitness, swimming, walking & running trails, disc golf and so much more at Centennial Park which is about 1.6 miles from this this residential building lot. Charlotte Harbor, waterways and the Gulf of Mexico beaches of Boca Grande, Englewood, Venice & beyond are short drives. Excellent builders in this area that can help you build your SW Florida home on almost a half acre of land.

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