Pirate Harbor & Burnt Store West,
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Pirate Harbor & Burnt Store West, Florida
Burnt Store West is the region South of Burnt Store Isles, West of Burnt Store Road and North of Burnt Store Lakes.
This area has several small developments, the most famous of which is Pirate Harbor. Some small acreage properties are also located within this region.
Pirate Harbor sits half way between Punta Gorda to the north and Burnt Store Marina to the south. It is about 12 miles from Boca Grande Pass, which is the gateway to the Gulf of Mexico and for this reason Pirate Harbor is an excellent location for those who spend time fishing and boating in the gulf.
This small boating and fishing
community is a natural wonderland for those who call this
neighborhood home. Pirate Harbor is an old world Florida style
community consisting of man made canals and natural waterways which
are surrounded by mangrove islands. On any given day, the residents
are treated to dolphins in the waterways, eagles soaring overhead,
osprey building their nests and even manatees at play.
Nearby Punta Gorda is a charming and historic waterfront town. It is the only incorporated city in Charlotte County. More than 100 years old, Punta Gorda features a quaint downtown with cobblestone streets and gas street lamps, with a 19th century Spanish charm. The city has acquired a State Historic District status, but Punta Gorda has more than history to draw visitors and new residents. The newer subdivisions include Punta Gorda Isles (PGI), Burnt Store Isles (BSI), Seminole Lakes, and Burnt Store Meadows.
The city's economy ranks highest in the country. The population of Punta Gorda is approximately 17,000. The city consists of two parts, the original historic district with it's old quaint homes and shops, and the newer subdivisions of Punta Gorda Isles, Burnt Store Isles, and Seminole Lakes. Most of the subdivisions are located on a network of deep salt water canals, providing sailboat and power boat owners quick and easy access to Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico. Many homes and condos are located on or near Golf courses. Many of these are deed restricted communities with city water and sewers, paved streets, power, cable, and telephone service. The canal lots in the Punta Gorda city area all have concrete sea walls maintained by the city.
All residential improvements in the Punta Gorda City limits are upscale and are tightly controlled by the building commission. The vast amount of the land is zoned single family residence with several pockets of upscale Condo developments.
There are many shopping centers in the area, the most famous of which is Fisherman's Village and Marina with its specialty shops and restaurants. The community is noted as an art center in Southwest Florida. The Charlotte county Visual Arts Center is located in Punta Gorda adjacent to Fisherman's Village.
Housing options in Punta Gorda include the waterfront homes of Punta Gorda Isles, the exclusive waterfront and golfing community of Burnt Store Isles, and a vast selection of newer and historic homes. Three bedroom waterfront homes start around $450,000.
Punta Gorda sits right on Charlotte Harbor. On a larger scale it is right between Fort Myers to the south and Venice/Sarasota to the North. Englewood lies on the Coast to the Northwest and Port Charlotte sits immediately to the West over the Peace River Bridge. Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte has three fine hospitals with many more close by in Englewood, Venice, Sarasota and Ft. Myers.
Popular local boating and fishing destinations include the Myakka and Peace Rivers, Charlotte Harbor, Boca Grande Pass and the Gulf of Mexico, Cayo Costa, Punta Gorda's Fisherman's village, the Intracoastal Waterway, Captiva, Sanibel Island, Englewood Beach, Venice Beach and Cabbage Key.
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