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    • Wilmington Homes

      Once the largest city in North Carolina, and an early state capital, Wilmington prospered because of its thriving port. Founded in 1732 and named for the English Earl of Wilmington, the city…

    • Wilmington Land

      Once the largest city in North Carolina, and an early state  capital, Wilmington prospered because of its thriving port. Founded in 1732  and named for the English Earl of Wilmington,…

    • Wrightsville Beach

      Wrightsville Beach, or New Hanover Banks as it was  once called, remains a reprieve from Wilmington’s faster pace. Offering miles of iridescent sand and sparkling water, Wrightsville Beach  accommodates every…

    • Carolina Beach

      Carolina Beach is home to Fort Fisher, Civil War’s largest land/sea battle site. For families it also has a nationally-recognized seaside boardwalk full with live music, beautiful beaches, an aquarium…

    • Kure Beach

      The oldest fishing pier on the Atlantic Coast is located here.  When looking for a small beach town with just enough business to keep you entertained, but not all of…

    • Figure Eight Island

      Figure Eight Island, just 12 miles north of Wrightsville  Beach, is a private oceanfront resort community connected to the mainland  by a causeway bridge. There are no commercial enterprises here,…

    • Landfall

      With nearly 4 miles of water front property on the Intracoastal  Waterway and Howe Creek, Landfall has been developed over the last 15 years  into North Carolina’s premier coastal private…

    • ICW Communities

      If you’re looking for a place to fish, dock your boat, or enjoy amazing views of the water you need to be looking at homes on the Intracoastal Waterway. Running…