Stroll back in time in this traditional planned development. Situated between the Calabash River and the Intracoastal waterway, Devaun Park is endorsed by the NC Governor’s Task Force on Smart Growth as the “cutting edge” in Traditional Neighborhood Design. Mature Live Oak trees draped in Spanish Moss gives it that low-country feel. Conveniently located just about the South Carolina border, it is close to everything yet secluded from it all. Walking trails, sidewalks, gazebos, boat slips, and ponds make way for an active lifestyle community and nature lovers dream! Resale, new construction, and to-be-built lots are available. Homes start in the low $300’s.
Considered the “Gem of the Brunswick Islands”, Ocean Isle Beach is a destination that everyone will treasure. Between the Museum of Coastal
Carolina’s various animal exhibits, parks located on the waterfront, and the stunning views that this city gives, there is so much to love about Ocean Isle Beach!
This city is very kid-friendly with specially designed parks that have tennis courts, play areas, and vast fields. The Museum of Coastal Carolina has exoctic sea creatures with multiple educational programs for children. This town loves being outside, so there are plenty of outdoor events to attend. For example, the summertime allows for local artists to show their talent with free concerts each Friday. After a long day of activities, the numerous restaurants are there to please you with everywhere from yummy ice cream to savory seafood!
In addition, this town is located right on the water; it is connected to the mainland by an overpass. With this in mind, you can easily go from the gorgeous sandy beaches to the mainland whenever you choose! Southern Living named it the best tiny town in the south. Not only this but also the Southern North Carolina Beaches are voted third best in the nation! How can you beat the bright white sand and deep blue sea of Ocean Isle Beach?
Not to be confused with the north end of Myrtle Beach, the oceanside city of North Myrtle Beach boasts a few area codes of its own and is actually a few square miles larger than its predecessor. Sharing the Atlantic coastline with surrounding cities, North Myrtle Beach has a laid back vibe with a nice dose of southern charm. Every year visitors travel to enjoy the nearly endless seafood options, world class golf, and of course the family friendly beach.
Nature lovers can find plenty of trails for walking and biking, as well as horseback riding on the beach. During the right time of year, there are even a few local farmer’s markets with the freshest grown produce in the area. When the sun goes down, the real fun begins. If it’s the night life you’re after, there are a plethora of shows to choose from. The options range from family friendly, to action packed, to elegant and sophisticated.
A fun fact about North Myrtle Beach, it is considered “Home of the Shag”. A popular dance that started back in the 1930’s and has been a local favorite for years. The annual Shag competitions bring in fans from all over. Locals say it’s a very light hearted atmosphere and very family friendly as well.
Quick Stats: Home owners can expect an average listing price of $249,900. A mixed market of new construction, condos/townhomes, and single family homes, including many opportunities for investors. Average annual temperature is 62.78 degrees fahrenheit.
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Located in Little River, just south of the North Carolina border, Windjammer Village is a gated intracoastal waterway community. This tiny treasure is surrounded by scenic views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Mullet Creek Marsh, and Vereen Gardens.
Windjammer Village offers homeowners so many amenities…you may rarely want to leave home! From tennis, basketball, and shuffleboard courts, to the Jr. Olympic-sized pool, to the private boat ramp with two floating docks and boat storage to the Clubhouse with library, game room, and exercise room…there is something for everyone!
Homeowners looking to maintain an active lifestyle while residing in a relaxing, private community with extremely low POA fees can have it all when they choose to own a home at Windjammer Village.
If you’ve ever traveled to the east coast of North Carolina, you have certainly heard of Calabash. This small yet nearly world famous fishing town is known for its hospitality as much as the food. Stroll down River Road and you will find a multitude of dining options. No chains, only mom and pop places where the locals love to go as much as the visitors. Want to cook at home? Stop by the docks for fresh-from-the-boat seafood!
This southern gem welcomes all types of visitors, whether you are looking for a family vacation, romantic get-away, or just some solitude, families have visited Calabash for generations. Originally drawn in by it’s southern charm and very reasonable prices, it’s no surprise that visitors return year after year.
With a town population of just over 2100 citizens spread throughout 3.7 square miles, Calabash is far from overcrowded. For such a small town, there is certainly much to do. Obviously there are plenty of restaurants that offer the freshest seafood, but there are also quaint shops, deep sea fishing, dolphin tours, championship golf, and much more!
People looking to take a more permanent residence in Calabash have several options. From townhomes and condos with views of the waterway to beautiful single family homes that are just a few minutes from the ocean. Having a median listing price of around $258,000 there are options for all types of home buyers. If you’ve been looking for a quiet place to call home or a summer getaway, look no further than the lovely town of Calabash.
Fun Fact: The city of Calabash gets its name from the gourds that grow in the region. Originally used for holding and drinking water.
6600-2 Beach Drive SW | Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
767 Main Street | North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582