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Old 04-05-2012, 11:44 PM
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Is Port Charlotte Sec 12 deed restricted? If so, does anyone know a website where I can check details? I did a search and could not find anything.

In the meantime, how would Port Charlotte Sec 12 compare with Harbor Heights? I know Harbor Heights is not deed restricted, and that appeals to me (to a degree) since I want to build something for vacations/ weekends (currently live in Miami) and if my landscaping goes a bit between visits it won't be a big deal (as I hear would be the case in Deep Creek, for example).

It would also be good to be able to park an RV in front of the house occasionally, and build a normal size fence in the backyard, so that's why I am looking for a website on Port Charlotte section 12.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-06-2012, 05:38 AM
Location: Port Charlotte, FL
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Port Charlotte Section 12 is between Peachland to the north, Midway to the south, Loveland to the east and Harbor to the west. It is not a deed restricted area. However, in any area you will be required to mow your lawn, but I am not sure about pulling weeds and trimming your landscaping. The lawn needs to be mowed every week in the summer during rainy season and maybe once a month in the winter. The neighbors could complain and you could be cited for a code violation if your weeds get overgrown, but that doesn’t usually happen. There are regulations in Charlotte County for parking certain types of vehicles. You may want to check with the county on both issues, weeds and RVs, before buying a home in any area. Recreational vehicles are allowed to be parked in non-deed restricted areas, but usually you cannot have someone living in them while parked in a residential property. You can go to the Charlotte County Map site to see the outline of each section in Port Charlotte - http://www.ccgis.com/gis/ftp_pdf_page.html

Harbor Heights is along the Peace River in Charlotte County and is not deed restricted. The community has Harbour Heights Park which has a boat ramp, fishing pier, picnic tables, public restrooms, docks, pavilion rental, volleyball, bbq grills, basketball courts, tennis courts and shuffleboard courts. The public boat ramp on the Peace River gives you access to Charlotte Harbor and out to the Gulf. Some of the homes do have a concrete pad for parking an RV or boat. There is a deed restricted subdivision in the same area called Harbour Oaks. Both are located just one mile to I-75 at exit 167. There is a Harbour Heights Civic Association web site which gives more information about the area: http://hhcivic.org/

Charlotte County Government - http://www.charlottecountyfl.gov/Pages/default.aspx

Harbour Heights Park - http://charlottecountyfl.com/Communi...ourheights.asp
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:09 AM
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Great info, thanks!
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