71 Windmill Blvd., Punta Gorda, Florida 33950
Gated 55+ Waterfront Community of Windmill Village in Punta Gorda, Florida Has Low Maintenance Manufactured Homes, a Marina and Direct Access to Charlotte Harbor
Situated along the shores of the Peace River and Charlotte Harbor on the southwestern Florida coast, Windmill Village is a gated, resident-owned, professionally managed 55+ community. It has 454 manufactured homes, many of which sit along the water.
Rentals, home sites, and resales are available. A modest home under $100,000 can include new A/C and a porch overlooking the Village's Zyder Zee Marina. Higher-end homes in the mid-$200,000s might have new laminate flooring, hurricane shutters, upgraded window treatments, a lanai, a storage shed, a covered boat lift, a laundry room, extra wide doorways, and solar panels. Most properties have a covered car port. Maintenance fees, which are about $200 per month, help cover the cost of on-site boat trailer storage, lawn care, and courtesy van rides to local shopping outlets. Buyers must also pay a refundable share and bond fee of $20,285. Please verify all prices with a Realtor as they are bound to change over time.
The grounds are dotted with coconut palms, and the community's boat ramp and marina offer direct access to Charlotte Harbor and the the Gulf of Mexico. The clubhouse has a stage, a library, a woodworking shop, a billiards room, and a heated outdoor pool. Residents meet to play bocce ball, shuffleboard, and horseshoes. Clubs range from books and computing to memoir writing and weight loss. Windmill Village also hosts dances, dinners, concerts, a talent show, a nautical auction, and casino trips.
Punta Gorda has a visual arts center with opportunities for classes and exhibitions. The city promotes a bicycle loaner program, and its Punta Gorda Pathways are open to both runners and cyclists. The city's 19-acre Nature Park features wetlands, uplands, an interpretive walk, and wildlife. Ponce De Leon Park overlooks the harbor and has fishing piers as well as a mangrove boardwalk.
Charlotte Regional Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Winter temperatures are in the 50s and 60s, and summer temperatures are in the 80s and 90s. On average, the area receives 52 inches of rain, most of it coming during the spring, summer and fall.
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