Tucked away in the southeastern corner of North Carolina you’ll find Brunswick County which boasts 855 square miles of scenic shoreline, championship golf courses, and meandering waterways that add beauty to the natural landscapes. With a temperate climate, a myriad of exciting activities and Myrtle Beach just down the coast, you’ll have endless choices with which to fill your spare time. The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway weaves throughout the entire area where you can enjoy boating, fishing, and all types of water sports. Holden Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach are located along the pristine Atlantic Coast and provide sun, sand, and surf that you can enjoy with your loved ones.
By owning property in Brunswick County, you’ll be able to enjoy the best of three economic worlds here in the Low Country. Wilmington just to the north features historic sites for you to visit and some of the best shopping areas for your retail therapy. Myrtle Beach just to the south has over 120 golf courses, a plethora of fine dining, entertainment, and recreation options, and museums and botanical gardens to quiet your spirit on a hectic day. Brunswick County itself gives you a laid back lifestyle that provides peace and quiet at the end of the day; home ownership in this highly sought after area will give you excellent value for your money.
The New Brunswick Novant Medical Center, as well as the Dosher Memorial Hospital, will provide you and your family with exceptional care in Brunswick County. The New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington also functions as a teaching hospital, Level 2 Trauma Center, and as a regional referral center. Should you have medical needs or emergencies, these medical facilities are second to none.
Along with lovely beaches, great shopping, and cuisine that delights your palate, Brunswick County hosts annual events that help you meet and make new friends. Whether you enjoy the Brunswick Stew & Que in February, the Brunswick Home and Garden Show each spring, or the annual Brunswick County Gator Senior Games & SilverArts, you’ll find something of interest to each of your family members. The Oyster Festival is quite popular in October and the Brunswick County Parks and Recreation Department hosts programs for all ages throughout the year.
Founded in 1726, Brunswick Town was a major shipping port for ship-building products; you can still visit Old Baldy one of the most picturesque lighthouses along the east coast. With over 25 marinas, excellent piers, and deep water charters available you’ll be able to use your home in Brunswick as your base for many adventures along Brunswick County’s waterways.
This Acadia 3 bd, 2.5 bath home is located in Cameron Woods, a gated community. The open floor plan boasts an oversized screen porch and patio. The eat-in kitchen has Gra...
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