November 9, 2014

Brunswick County

Brunswick County Real Estate

Brunswick County, NC: One of the top 40 fastest growing counties in the nation, Brunswick County counts nearly 110,000 residents in its borders and encompasses 1,050 square miles. More than 18 percent of the county is water, since Brunswick county is home to a variety of waterways including Patricia Lake, North Lake, Orton Pond, Brunswick River and the Cape Fear River.

The lovely seaside towns of Southport, Carolina Shores and Leland are within Brunswick County, as are the quaint islands of Oak Island, Bald Head Island and Bird Island. With more than 1,000 square miles, Brunswick County encompasses dozens of enchanting and unique towns, unincorporated areas, beaches and townships.

Brunswick County Lifestyle

With so many towns, islands and beaches within Brunswick County’s borders, there is an abundance of activities and daytrips to keep full-time and part-time residents entertained. More than 30 golf courses are located in Brunswick County, with some of the best championship courses available. Several of the courses have Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary designations, ensuring that the courses are full of natural beauty and utilize methods to protect the region’s natural wildlife.

Historic lighthouses, nature preserves, fishing piers, historic districts and countless beaches are just some of the area’s offerings. Take a ferry from Southport to Bald Head Island to explore the oldest lighthouse in North Carolina and watch for the area’s abundant wading birds.

Homes For Sale in Brunswick County North Carolina

While on Bald Head Island, check out some of the luxurious homes and pleasing cottages on the island’s varied terrain of waterfront, high dunes, oceanfront, marsh and golf course views.

That variety is a hallmark of most of Brunswick County’s other communities, as well, all in delightfully warm and welcoming towns. A favorite area for retirement communities, Southport, Shallotte and Oak Island offer many developments with retirement and 55+ communities.

Families similarly have many residential options in the Brunswick County area. The quiet, restful community of Leland offers homes surrounding the old Belvedere Plantation site, golf course homes and newer subdivisions. Oak Island’s expansive beaches and its Loggerhead sea turtle grounds offer opportunities to share nature’s wonder with your family in a gorgeous island setting. Carolina Shores homes offer small-town living with easy, quick access to the larger community of Myrtle Beach, S.C. The county’s dozens of other communities also make lovely places to settle down full time or while on vacation.

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