A carriage home is typically a multifamily unit that shares a common wall with its neighbors. The size of the home can vary. Often carriage homes are grouped in fours and tend to be on smaller lots. Sometimes they are also called coach homes.
A villa shares a common dividing wall. Often found in units of 2. Garages are usually attached with access directly into the home.
Both of these are found in communities with HOA fees that include items such as landscaping, lawn maintenance, pest control, irrigation, etc.
Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty, www.greenlionrealty.com... more
Hi Sonny! Port Charlotte has a small Beach with a park, Public pool, fishing pier and boat ramp right in the City. Not the best place to bath in the water though. Most people prefer Manasota Beach in Englewood, which is about a 25 minute drive from Pt Charlotte, depending on where you are located within the City. The best place would be Siesta Key in Sarasota! This has consistantly been rated the 1 or 2 Best Beach in the World! and it happens to only be about a 40-45 minute drive from Port Charlotte. There are also several other beaches not to far.
If you would like to discuss anything else feel free to contatc me at anytime, good luck!... more
Consider working with any local agent of your own; he/she can provide suitable listings, any necessary information, schedule showings, etc.; if purchasing with a mortgage, be aware that a mortgage pre-approval letter is required in order to determine your price range and for any offers to be taken seriously.... more
Some areas of South Gulf Cove have no bridge, it just depends where the property is located. For bridges in South Gulf Cove you would want to be able to clear 10' most of the year. In the Summer when the canals are higher from all the rain it could be as little at 9-3/4'. The lock length and width is 80' x 20'.... more
Yes, there are a number of homes in the Port Charlotte area that are being sold furnished or "turn key." If you would like to provide some more specific information we would be happy to pass you along information for you to preview.
Best wishes with your search.
Find a buyer's agent you feel comfortable with - they should be able to provide you with extra photos, research and contacts for inspections/repairs. A large majority of my clients live out of state and many have purchased sight unseen this way.
If I can be of service don't hesitate to ask....we would love to earn your business.
Looking at the Charlotte County Permits, there are permits on file that mention demolition from storm damage. You can go to the permit site and type in the address: https://apps2.charlottecountyfl.gov/citizenaccess/
Tammy Hayes, Realtor
RE/MAX Palm Realty
If the bank has only orally agreed to the sale and they have not agreed to the sale in writing (signatures) then you should be able to do a cancellation of the sale. I'm not sure of Florida law but in some states the cancellation would require signatures from both buyer and seller.... more
It would depend on a lot of factors, including the efficiency of your AC. Also, you Gould be able to raise it up a little higher than 79 and also turn your water heater down.
With all of this, you are probably looking to average around $25 per month when it is vacant. If you really got everything unplugged, like all the alarm clocks and tv sets, you might be able to knock a few dollars off, but even unplugging the fridge has only a small impact.
I owed a vacation home in NC and found that my bill was usually around $50 a month in the cooling season, but we were there about two weekends a month. In a month where we didn't go at all, it was around $30, but we didn't unplug appliances or turn things off.... more
A Reverse Mortgage is a loan specifically designed for homeowners older than 62 years of age. You borrow money from your home that can be used for any purpose but you do not pay it back until you die, sell your home or permanently move out.... more
The price normaly goes by the sqft of the home and a average home 1400 to 1800 can run $250 to $350, but you will also want a wind mitigation report which can and another $50 to $75. The wind mitigation report may be useful for your hurricane insurance discounts.
Termite inspections prices range from free to $75. Septic tank inspections and pumps can start at $275 or so and that is with no repairs. I hope this has help and if I can help answer other questions feel free to contact me.... more