The real estate market in Southwest Florida continues to grow, with new villas planned for Kings Gate, a 55+ community in Port Charlotte, Florida. Currently, at Kings Gate, there are 940 single-family homes and attached Golf Villas available on a resale basis. The new construction villas will be built by Neal Communities and are expected to start at $221,990.
New Construction Port Charlotte Real Estate
Buyers interested in Kings Gate but also hoping for new construction homes now have an excellent homebuying opportunity. Six models will be available, with two or three bedrooms, a den, two bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
All of the homes will be constructed as paired villas, providing a low-maintenance lifestyle that still allows for privacy and space. The Cypress model has 1,395 square feet, the Augusta has 1,443, the Legacy has 1,505, the Doral has 1,506, the Venetian has 1,660, and the Waterford has 1,709 square feet.
All of the villas offer one-story living, private outdoor space, and features such as open floor plans, gourmet kitchens, and master suites with dual sinks and dual walk-in closets. Upgrades are available, including sinks in the laundry room and shower/tub combinations.
Existing Homes at Kings Gate
The new construction homes will complement the Port Charlotte homes for sale already available at Kings Gate. Golf Villas have between 1,393 and 1,705 square feet, one or two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a den, and an attached two-car garage. These attached homes are popular with active adults hoping to downsize or enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle.
Single-family homes can also be purchased, and they're available in seven unique models. They have large, open concept floor plans that include dining areas and great rooms. The master suites are private and include a walk-in closet. There's an extra room which can be used as a den or an office and a formal foyer. These homes range from 1,397 to 2,021 square feet and have two to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached two or two-and-half-car garage.
Amenities and Activities
Kings Gate is a gated community with a clubhouse that includes a fitness center, a sauna, a library, and card rooms as well as a billiards room. There’s also a computer room, meeting rooms, and a grand ballroom. The theater hosts live events and performances, and residents can also take advantage of a golf pro shop. The Lion’s Den is a restaurant and bar for residents and their guests.
Outside of the clubhouse and recreation area is an Olympic-sized swimming pool and spa, tennis courts, shuffleboard courts, bocce ball courts, a space for lawn bowling, and a patio. There’s also a putting green, and membership to the 18-hole golf executive course and its facilities is also available.
This community’s desirable location provides residents with easy access to local Gulf of Mexico beaches, marinas, wildlife sanctuaries, airports, restaurants, and entertainment. Venice, Sarasota, and Naples are all about an hour away.
Living in Port Charlotte, Florida
Port Charlotte provides residents with a year-round vacation vibe. There’s the warm weather, the saltwater, and plenty of opportunities for golfing, boating, fishing, hiking, and biking. Some of the most popular beaches in the area include Englewood Beach and Port Charlotte Beach Park. The Tampa Bay Rays have their spring training facility in Port Charlotte, which means spring training baseball and the minor league Charlotte Stone Crabs can seen at the Port Charlotte Sports Park.
Golfers can play at home every day, thanks to the course on-site at Kings Gate. But, for some variety, residents may want to try nearby courses such as the Port Charlotte Golf Club, the Maple Leaf Golf & Country Club, or the Riverwood Golf Club. Boaters will want to check out the nearby Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club.
Nature enthusiasts will enjoy living so close to preserves and trails at Myakka State Forest. There are opportunities along the Myakka River for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and photographing wild snakes and alligators. Ollie’s Pond Park is an excellent place for a stroll or to watch wintering ducks in the water.