Friday, October 22, 2021 / by Anne Rose
Southport, North Carolina
Courtesy of Google maps, retrieved Oct 22 2021
Southport, North Carolina, is a city on the western bank of the Cape Fear River, near the mouth where the Intracoastal meets the Atlantic Ocean. The city is about 2 miles inland from the Ocean. Southport is connected to Pleasure Island, with the cities of Fort Fisher, Kure Beach, and Carolina Beach, and the city of Wilmington, via the Southport-Fort Fisher car ferry that goes back-and-forth across the river. Southport is in Brunswick County, with a 2018 census population of 3,828.
Find Your Next Home in Southport, North Carolina
A search for homes in Southport North Carolina results in almost 500 active listings, covering a wide range of real estate for sale: multi-million dollar acreage on Ferry Road, $1.5 Million homes on the Intracoastal Waterway in St. James Plantation (one of North Carolina's premier master planned communities), new construction single family residences at a v ...
Friday, October 15, 2021 / by Anne Rose
Hampstead, Wilmington, North Carolina
Courtesy of Google maps, retrieved Oct 8 2021
Although locals refer to "Hampstead" as if it is a city, Hampstead is actually an unincorporated community within the Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area, in Pender County. Between Wilmington and Jacksonville, Hampstead lies along the Atlantic coast and U.S. Route 17.
Pender County has big plans for Hampstead, with an expanded county water system, and additional sewer systems. NCDOT has proposed a Hampstead bypass that would tie into the new I-140 Wilmington bypass. Highway 17 was recently upgraded to a 4-lane road in an effort to accommodate area growth.
Hampstead is just minutes from the beautiful beaches of Topsail Island, with the resort-style attractions of Surf City, Topsail Beach, and North Topsail.
Find Your Next Home in Hampstead, North Carolina
If you are searching for homes for sale in Hampstead NC pulls up 478 listings. At the top of the price range is buil ...
Friday, September 17, 2021 / by Anne Rose
Ogden, Wilmington North Carolina
Courtesy of Google maps, retrieved Sept 13 2021
Odgen is the first suburb north of Wilmington, North Carolina, and a separate census-designated place. Referred to as "The 28411" by locals, Ogden is one of the fastest growing areas in greater Wilmington, as well as in New Hanover County.
In the 2010 census, the population was 6,766. Odgen is located between Wilmington's Middle Sound Loop area, the expansive gated community of Landfall, and Porter's Neck. Ogden is nestled between Business 17 (Market Street) and the Intracoastal. It is close to Figure Eight Island, with its stunning ocean-view luxury homes. Ogden's 4.8 square miles include a mixture of varied residential property, Intracoastal waterfront homes, extensive commercial, retail, and dining, and great parks.
Find Your Next Home in Ogden North Carolina
In September 2021, a search for homes for sale in the zip code 28411 resulted in 66 listings. At the top end of the ...
Tuesday, September 7, 2021 / by Anne Rose
Wilmington North Carolina
Courtesy of Google maps, retrieved Sept 7 2021
Historic Downtown Wilmington is an area designated by both local historic district boundaries and a National Register of Historic Places. It is considered to be the blocks between Castle Street on the south and the Isabel Holmes Bridge on the north, and 8th Street to the Cape Fear River.
Historic Downtown Wilmington flows into surrounding neighborhoods that have seen gentrification and significant property rehabilitation in the past decade, including the Castle Street Arts & Antiques District, Brooklyn Arts District, and Carolina Place. Other areas of Wilmington, like Midtown, Monkey Junction, Ogden, Landfall, and Forest Hills, are less than 20 minutes from downtown with the option of taking any number of routes that include Oleander Drive, Market Street, Wrightsville Avenue, Carolina Beach Road, and MLK Parkway.
Downtown Wilmington has a population of about 24,650, while the entire population ...
Tuesday, August 31, 2021 / by Anne Rose
Leland North Carolina
Courtesy of Google maps, retrieved Aug 30 2021
Located right across the Cape Fear River and just west of Historic Downtown Wilmington, Leland has the fastest increasing population in southeastern North Carolina. Leland has the feel of all these: a small town, a booming suburb, and a bustling metropolitan area.
Located in Brunswick County, the 2010 census population was 13,527, and annual statistics indicate a fast growth rate, with many new residents finding affordable real estate and easy access to both the beaches and either Wilmington North Carolina or Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Leland is actually part of the Myrtle Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Leland covers 19.9 square miles, the majority of which is land. One of the most rapidly growing towns in southeastern Coastal North Carolina, Leland includes non-contiguous parcels that are forested land and parks. Leland wraps around the tiny town of Belville on its north, west, and south sides ...