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OAK

ISLAND

OAK

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HOLDEN

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OAK ISLAND

HOLDEN BEACH

OCEAN ISLE BEACH

BALD HEAD ISLAND

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The Brunswick County coast hosts six beautiful beaches stretching across five barrier islands with several charming coastal towns and neighborhoods along the way. Join me as I explore communities on the islands and mainland that someday you're are going to be excited to call home. 

If you are ready to start your home search now, you are just one click away. 

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Southport, NC

The private, gated, coastal waterfront community of St James offers a wealth of amenities as well as club memberships to its property owners. The sprawling 6,000 acres of this gorgeous community hosts over 5,000 full time residents and many more property owners who like to call St James their second home.

 

Whether it's purchasing a resale home, new construction, or a homesite to build your dream home, everything you need to enjoy the best of what the Brunswick Islands have to offer is waiting within the gates of St James. Read more...

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Bolivia, NC

Waterfront on the Lockwood Folly River, Winding River is tucked away off Southport - Supply Road / HWY 211 on your way to Oak Island between Wilmington and Myrtle Beach. Filled with all the amenities you could dream of, Winding River presents the perfect combination of coastal lifestyle amenities, design, and functionality. Find out more...

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Winding River Oceanfront Beach Club at Holden Beach

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Bolivia, NC

With over 6 miles of walking and biking trails, a fitness center, elegant community clubhouse, outdoor pavilion, resort-style pool, tennis courts, putting green, kayak & canoe launch, and a boardwalk trail that follows the winding creek through the natural Palmetto Grove Preserve, if you love an active lifestyle, you won't regret taking a peek at what Palmetto Creek has to offer. Find out more...

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Bald Head Island is located at the convergence of the Cape Fear River and Atlantic Gulf Stream, accessible only by ferry and boat. The 12,000-acre island is a unique and secluded community, with 10,000 acres dedicated to nature preservation. Find out more...

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