Archive for July, 2019
2005 Spinnaker Place
This private villa in Landfall overlooking Dye lake went under contract in 27 days!! Landfall Realty continues its mission of providing a first class brokerage business dedicated to serving only the Landfall community and the selling marketing of its properties. Let us help you!
This month, Landfall Living magazine highlighted The Thompsons in the “meet your neighbor” section of their publication. Landfall Realty’s own Karen Thompson and her family have been living in Landfall for more than two decades and Karen has worked with Landfall Realty for over a decade. We suggest you pick up your copy of this local publication and see why The Thompsons truly define what is Landfall Living.
1911 Inverness Lane
Current Price: $696,000
Listing Office: Landfall Realty, LLC
This immaculately maintained home in Landfall is a haven of tranquility. Relax on the back patio and enjoy the serene pond & water fountain. 4 BD/ 3 1/2 Bath home is situated on a corner lot and is designed with entertaining in mind. Spacious, first floor owners suite features double closets and a fully renovated bath with quartz counters, enlarged shower and soaking tub. This home can accommodate a large family and guests with ease. The upstairs bedrooms are extremely spacious and offer an abundance of storage and closet space. Yard is maintained by the hoa. The open plan and upgraded selections make this gem a must see.
Featured listing of the week Current Price: $1,200,000
This gorgeous Charleston style home in Landfall, a gated waterfront community in Wilmington, NC. This 5 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom home has been beautifully restored and oozes Southern grace and charm. This classic white painted brick house has a gourmet kitchen, double porches overlooking a pond, high ceilings, spectacular light fixtures, 7 working fireplaces, 3 car garage, picturesque landscaped gardens, an elevator, and a brand new synthetic slate roof. Close to the beach, shopping and dining, this location cannot be beat.
This Southern state with more than 3,000 miles of coastline (including 300 miles of barrier beaches alone) has so many wonderful towns on the water it was tempting to choose them all. Consider this collection—from the northern edge of the Outer Banks all the way to Cape Fear near the South Carolina border—the very best of the best.
At the southern end of the coast and a quick hop from buzzy Wilmington, this laid-back beach town on a four-mile-long barrier island has charm in spades, from a bird nesting sanctuary at the south end to its iconic Johnnie Mercers Pier. Mix in a surf vibe on the Atlantic, a boating and SUP-centric world on Banks Channel, miles of broad beaches and a deep bench of old-fashioned Carolina beach cottages for sale and rent, and you’ve got a sense of the magic that makes Wrightsville Beach one of the best real estate investments on the NC coast
Who’s ready for breakfast? Former Causeway Café, now Gulfstream Restaurant officially open in Wrightsville Beach!
The wait is over! Gulfstream Restaurant is now officially open in Wrightsville Beach in the old Causeway Café.
Wednesday morning Gulfstream announced on their Facebook page that they are finally open for business and “ready to serve up some breakfast to the WB community!”
Near the end of February, the restaurant announced they had purchased the old Causeway Café building which closed in early November of last year after the owner retired.