Amenities


From the minute you enter the door and step into the beautiful, elegantly appointed lobby, Charlotte Towers is a place where residents can take pride in being home. Conveniently located, Charlotte Towers is just minutes from all that Port Charlotte has to offer. The Charlotte County Cultural Center, Peace River and Fawcett Hospitals and the Promenades Shopping Center with its many shops and restaurants are just a short walk away. 

The spacious one bedroom apartments have a screened porch or balcony and there is a laundry center on each floor. The lobby boasts a big screen TV and access to free Wi-Fi. A large multipurpose room with a prep kitchen and a well stocked library are available for the enjoyment of residents and their friends and families.

Floorplans


One Bedroom

  • Contract Rent: $737 / mo 
  • Utility Allowance: $53
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300

One Bedroom (UFAS)

  • (Contains roll under sinks and roll in showers)
  • Contract Rent: $737 / mo 
  • Utility Allowance: $53
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300

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Our Address
Presbyterian Homes of Charlotte 
2295 Aaron Street
Port Charlotte, Florida 33952

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