Welcome to the Suncoast Lakes Homeowners Association (HOA) Website, Port Charlotte, Florida
Welcome Suncoast Lakes neighbors! If this is your first visit please click the above "Register" and complete the information requested. If you are a homeowner, your membership will be approved and you will be emailed login information. All homeowner information is private, password protected, and will not be shared outside of our community. In addition, if you wish to receive emails from the Association, you must complete the attached Suncoast Lakes Electronic Disclosure Authorization Form
and return to Star Hospitality Management as instructed.
Who We Are
Suncoast Lakes is a gated community in Charlotte County, Florida, just 25 miles north of Fort Myers. Conveniently located near I-75 and Kings Highway, with easy access to Sarasota, Fort Myers, Punta Gorda and North Port, this extraordinary community is close to medical facilities, entertainment, dining, health clubs, and shopping. Homeowners of Suncoast Lakes are only one to two miles from large stores such as Publix, Winn-Dixie, and Wal-Mart, yet the Suncoast Lakes community has the privacy and seclusion homeowners love. Many homes have lakeside views, and Suncoast Lakes amenities include a large, beautiful lakeside pool and cabana, a community park and playground, street lights, and private streets with beautiful landscaping. The community appeals to families and active adults. Children typically attend Kingsway Elementary School, Port Charlotte Middle School, and Charlotte High School.
The Suncoast Lakes community prides itself on safety and security with the latest hurricane construction standards, 24-hour emergency service, and a secured gate. The community has a modest annual homeowner association fee that includes public reclaimed irrigation water, cable television, and underground utilities. Suncoast Lakes homes are moderately priced, ranging from 1,400 to 2,400 square feet in size, with two-bedroom, three-bedroom and four-bedroom single-family homes. Suncoast Lakes homes include many upgrades and stylish appointments, such as professional landscaping, exterior coach lighting, walk-in closets, luxurious baths, and hand-set ceramic tile.
For more information, click on the tab titled Brochures and Governing Documents on this page. The brochures provide an overview of the community. The other documents contain the rules that govern our community.
Finally, you may enjoy reading the Charlotte County pamphlet titled Charlotte County Owner's Manual
published on the county website. It is packed full of all types of information about living in Charlotte County. Simply go to www.charlottecountyfl.gov
and search for Owner's Manual
on their home page.
The purpose of our website is to build a stronger, more robust community by enabling the residents of Suncoast Lakes to become informed, communicate, and collaborate. The website:
- Contains a complete collection of the community's governing documents
- Provides a one-stop-shop for neighborhood-related issues and activities
- Provides a central source for homeowner communication with the Board of Directors
- Keeps residents informed of the community's committee membership, policies, and events
- Provides information that helps maintain the high standard of living we enjoy in our community
Suncoast Lakes Annual Homeowners Meeting
Thursday, February 10th, 6:00 p.m. at Military Heritage Museum Gulf Theater
The Suncoast Lakes Annual Homeowners Meeting will be held at the Military Heritage Museum Gulf Theater, 900 W. Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda. You can view the theater's website for a map of the location at https://gulftheater.org/. It's a beautiful facility. More information about this meeting will be sent to homeowners by mail.
Suncoast Lakes Annual Yard Sale
Saturday, February 19th, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
There is no fee and no registration is required. Just place your items outside and welcome the many visitors we get each year.
Are you satisfied with our current landscaper, Desoto Freedom and the improvements to our community so far?
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