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- 6422 Westport Dr, Wilmington, NC
- Listed at $1,495,000 | MLS# 490410
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Welcome to downtown Wilmington. You can stroll along the river walk, tour the historic USS North Carolina Battleship, take your pick at the weekend farmer's market or take a horse drawn carriage ride through the cobblestone streets. Expanding into the bustling city, our area is also home to many premier golf courses, an eclectic array of five star restaurants and cafes; as well as popular shops and unique boutiques. Within the fine arts, Wilmington offers notable art galleries, museums featuring exhibits of local and nationally renowned artists, theatre and performance halls and major television and motion picture productions studio- Screen Gems. With such a mix of culture and urban city life, Wilmington is vastly becoming one of the top places to live and raise your family.
Wrightsville Beach area
Welcome to your own 4.7 mile stretch of paradise. Wrightsville Beach has been a popular tourist destination for over 100 years now and was once only connected by a trolley system to Wilmington - 12 miles away. Hence, the island's favorite hotdog stand in the middle of the island- Trolley Stop. Wrightsville Beach is now accessible by drawbridge but many locals still like to believe we are still living on our own island getaway. Miles of pristine beaches and the cool Atlantic Ocean provide hours of quality family time during the day. Kayaking, boating, snorkeling, fishing and swimming are all at your finger tips. Wrightsville Beach Park is also home to several playing fields to enjoy: baseball, softball, soccer, football, volleyball, tennis, catch with Fido or get a push on the playground swing. With various restaurants & local grocers serving up seafood, pastas, steaks and various other gourmet cuisines with a southern coastal flare- you are sure not to go hungry. Spend warm summer nights on the porch with your family, counting stars on a blanket on the beach, or cocktails at the local dives on Lumina Ave. With virtually zero crime rates, islanders respect each other and live a vacation style lifestyle. Wrightsville Beach is the perfect place to raise and relax with your family.
Landfall is a 2200 acre private, gated golf and tennis community on the Intracoastal Waterway, just minutes from downtown Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, and just across from thriving and upscale Mayfaire. Landfall is home to the Country Club of Landfall, the only private gated golf and tennis community on the North Carolina coast. Begun in 1.8.15, this member-owned club offers two clubhouses with 45 golf holes designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus, a tennis court and sports complex designed by tennis great Cliff Drysdale, and an Olympic size swimming pool. Practically any type of architecture in settings from woodlands to waterways to fairways to ponds can be found somewhere on the 2200 acres that make up Landfall. The Landfall Owner's Association maintains community walking trails, soccer and softball fields, a basketball court, a volleyball court, and two extensive children's playgrounds.
Figure Eight Island area
Cross the private bridge to Figure Eight Island and you'll find a peaceful, seaside haven with sparkling blue waters and miles of sandy white beach. Nature lovers will delight in the endless occasions for bird watching, shell seeking and quiet strolls along the shore. And sports enthusiasts will discover ideal conditions for everything from kayaking and windsurfing to biking and tennis. But the real beauty of this tranquil island lies in what you won't find...like hotels, shopping centers, traffic and tourists! With only 441 homes, this five-mile, 1,300-acre island offers the best of both worlds...a serene private oceanfront community just minutes from all the exceptional amenities of Wilmington, Nc and Wrightsville Beach, Nc. Before the turn of the century, the only residents of Figure Eight Island were wild ponies who freely galloped the dunes. Today, this unique destination is home to a select few who appreciate the rare advantages of this completely "non-commercialized" island retreat.