Anyone house-hunting in the area around Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda should be sure to visit Deep Creek homes. The community has lots of natural space, as each house is bordered by green belt. Most of the houses were built either in the 1980s or the 2000s. There is some new construction, and also a few vacant lots waiting for you to build your dream home. Most existing houses sell in the $200,000 range, though there are properties both more and less expensive. Vacant lots start around $10,000 and go up from there, depending on the size. Many older Deep Creek homes have been updated with stainless steel appliances, stone counters, tile or hardwood floors, and spacious, relaxed master suites.
There are many houses that have a swimming pool and covered lanai, so there’s lots of extra outdoor living space, where residents enjoy the Florida sunshine. Deep Creek also boasts lakes and waterways where residents can meet for a good time swimming, kayaking or having a picnic on the shore. People also get together for tennis matches in the public courts.
If you love golf, Deep Creek real estate could be your top pick for a new place to live. Deep Creek Golf Club is located in the community, and quite a few houses border the course. The course was designed by Mark McCumber and incorporates native Florida landscaping. It’s one of the best courses in Charlotte County, offering both memberships and daily use options.
Not only does the community itself have a lot to offer, Deep Creek’s location is great. It’s close to two exits off I-75 and is an easy drive into Punta Gorda or Port Charlotte for shopping and dining. The local public schools are Charlotte County Public Schools, and parents are able to choose which school their children attend through the School Choice open enrollment program.