The Neighborhood Report – Burnt Store Village

Well-manicured common areas make Burnt Store Village ideal for gatherings.

Developed in the late 1970s as a deed restricted, single-family community Burnt Store Village is located at the southern end of Charlotte County between Burnt Store and Zemel Roads. While a handful of homes in Burnt Store Village were constructed in the 1980s, most of the development took place during the housing boom in the 2000s, creating a variety of newer home styles and options. Burnt Store Village boasts 139 acres of common open space, which includes a resident park with walking paths surrounding a peaceful pond and a picturesque Gazebo. This area is also a great spot for community events. 

Market Activity – Burnt Store Village

The community “The Village” consists of 1,475 building lots and boasts homes that are ideal for the retiree as well as young families who are searching for exceptional values.  Currently, homes prices start under $100,000 for homes ranging from 1,200 – 3,000 square feet and sell as high as $200,000. The current residents of The Village are made up of retirees, young families and singles, with many vacant lots still available for sale throughout the community for future development.

Why Choose Burnt Store Village

The Village is conveniently located near neighboring communities of historic Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Cape Coral, Fort Myers and the I-75 corridor. It is nestled in a quiet area ideal for privacy and laidback living, but is close enough to the amenities of the area, which include boating, fishing, water sports, golf, fine dining, beaches, shopping and hotels.

With an abundance of common green space, all residents enjoy convenient access behind their homes, which is maintained by the association. Recreational opportunities plentiful, as many residents enjoy biking along the thirteen miles of peaceful roads that run throughout the community.

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