North Port- Voted one of the Best small city's to move to by Movoto and online Real Estate Brokerage. This was based on cost of living 10 points below the national average, median home price, which is 30 percent below the national average and a crime rate that is 16 percent less. www.Americasbestsmallcitystomoveto
North Port Schools and Education
North Port currently has five Elementary Schools, two Middle Schools, one High School a Charter School ( which includes High school, middle school and elementary school) North Port is also home to the University of South Florida.
North Port City Parks
North Port has it all, Take a hike or ride your horse in the Myakkahatchee Environmental Park, take your furry family member to Family Paw Park or do some Free styling with your bike at the BMX Freestyle Bike Park.
North Port has over TWENTY different parks to choose fromhttp://www.cityofnorthport.com/index.aspx?page=318
North Port is centrally located we are south of Tampa and North of Ft. Meyers. We are a young city incorporated in 1959, with a landmass of 105 square miles.
North Port is just minutes from some of the most beautiful beaches in Southwest Florida and the Gulf of Mexico.
North Port has so many amenities to offer, all in it's city limits. We are home to the Myakka State Forest, beautiful golf courses, 80 miles of freshwater canals for fishing, kayaking and boating and beautiful new shopping plazas.
North Port's City Hall is located at 4970 City Hall Blvd (off Sumter Blvd.) The City of North Port has a City Commission/City Manager form of government. The City of North Port is located in Sarasota County.
The City of North Port is an unique city, it offers a diversity in lifestyle. If you are looking to live in a gated, deed restricted golf course Country Club Community we to have that.
If you are looking for acreage, have horses or just need extra space. We have the Estates, 3-5 acre parcels zoned Agricultural so you can have the country life if you like.
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