North Port is located in Sarasota County. Today it is the area of pleasant settled life and beautiful south nature. Located on the shore of Sarasota Bay, North Port sits on level, sandy terrain across from a long, narrow barrier island. The climate is subtropical with substantial Gulf influence. The population was 57,357 at the 2010 US Census. Warm climate with sea breezes can become your own paradise on the Earth.
Lot is located in developing zone, there is already one house along the street.
Things To Do: kayaking, boating, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking. The city offers amenities for those who enjoy arts, culture, education, and history. Popular local attractions include the North Port Art Center, the Freedom Festival, Poinsettia Festival, and Garden of the Five Senses.
Nearby cities: 57 miles to Saint Petersburg, FL, 64 miles to Tampa, FL, 116 miles to Orlando, FL, 146 miles to Hialeah, FL, 153 miles to Miami, FL, 230 miles to Jacksonville, FL.
This property may have outstanding back taxes, code violations, and/or liens. It is the buyer's responsibility to research the title prior to buy a property.
As-is quitclaim deed sale. Buyer should research the property and any back taxes and liens.
We didn't see the property, please visit the site before submitting a processing fee. property sold as is via quit claim deed Please verify all information with the county. Property will be sold AS IS via Quit Claim Deed
Please verify all information with the county. Property will be sold AS IS via Quit Claim Deed Buyer(s) understands that the Seller is conveying the above described property “as-is, where-is” and Buyer agrees to purchase property as such. No representations as to fitness for a particular purpose have been made. No verbal claims or promises have been made to Buyer which do not appear in writing here. Buyer understands that seller has never occupied or visited the property personally and Buyer is not relying on Seller as to condition of the property. Buyer acknowledges that the Property is acceptable to them in its presently existing condition.