Deep Creek is a deed-restricted community located in Southwest Florida and is part of Charlotte County. Sandhill Boulevard divides Deep Creek into two sections, Section 20 to the north and Section 23 to the south. Each section has it's own Property Owners Association, Board of Directors, and set of deed restrictions.
A newer community, located on the north side of the Peace River, where many homes are less than a decade old, Deep Creek includes single family homes, condos and villas with freshwater lake and canal views.
Sandhill Boulevard separates the Deep Creek subdivision into two sections, each having their own property owner’s association, Board of Directors and set of deed restrictions. The section located north of Sandhill Boulevard consists solely of single family homes. The condos and villas are an excellent option for retirees or those looking for maintenance free second home.
Deep Creek was designed to ensure all home sites bordered by open space (or greenbelts) which are maintained by the homeowners association. The community was initially developed by the same group that built Punta Gorda Isles and Burnt Store Isles, both also within Punta Gorda. An attractive feature of Deep Creek is its quick commuter access to surrounding communities including Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Sarasota, Fort Myers, and Venice; all easily accessible.
The Deep Creek Golf Club, a semi-private golf club which is open 7 days a week, offers a challenging 6000+ yard, Mark McCumber design and boasts being the very best course Charlotte County has to offer.
To the north of the community is the Deep Creek Preserve, a 2000 acre park which offers miles of walking trails. Future plans may include horse trails and campsites, great for those who enjoy the natural, lush surroundings of southwest Florida.