The Edgewater area of Port Charlotte is an area from U.S. 41 to Midway Blvd. in Port Charlotte. Edgewater Drive continues past Midway but is then picked up in the O'Hara area maps. The Edgewater area of Port Charlotte is comprised of mainly older, waterfront homes. There are exceptions when looking at Grassy Point and some of the lots that have been rebuilt since Hurricane Charley. For the most part though, this area is comprised of quick access sailboat or powerboat (bridge) homes that are older in age. Many homes are 2-3 bedrooms with/without a pool and built in the 1960’s or 1970’s.
The boating access from this community is quite good. The controlling depth is 3-3.5 feet at mean low water for both sail and power access properties. Almost every waterfront property has a dock and most have boats.
The area is private due to no commercial center being located within the Edgewater area. Most of the streets are small ending in a cul-de-sac. The area is not deed restricted and there is no homeowners association (except for in Grassy Point).
There is a wide range of pricing within this area. Non-waterfront homes start at $50,000. Powerboat access homes start at about $140,000 and sail access homes start at $200,000. The harbor view homes start at about $500,000 for the oldest, smallest homes and can reach asking prices of $2 million plus.