Brunswick Forest Real Estate

    Brunswick Forest

    If you are looking for a new home, you want a community that will support and embrace your family’s active lifestyle, right?  Plus, you want everything needed for daily life to be conveniently located.

    Here’s your answer: Brunswick Forest in Leland!

    Brunswick Forest is an active master-planned community that has been built with every convenience in mind including its own shopping center. To enter the neighborhood, one goes right past the Villages at Brunswick Forest. The modern and brand new shopping center includes a Lowe’s Foods Store, restaurants, retail shops, insurance office and more; but it will also have a Hampton Inn and a New Hanover Regional Medical Center Facility.

    Institutions of higher learning such as UNC-Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College are just across the river in Wilmington as are the Downtown Wilmington Historic District, Thalian Hall, Mayfaire, Landfall, Wrightsville, Carolina and Kure Beaches, Wilmington Sharks and Hammerheads and MORE!

    Brunswick Forest is comprised of seven communities: Cape Fear National, Cypress Pointe, Meadow Park, Park Landing, Parkway Crossing, Shelmore and Tennyson Village. There are more on the drawing board. Each has its own distinctive designs yet all have access to the Cape Fear National Premier Golf Course. The golf course and the tennis courts are social hubs for the community as well as sports hubs.

    Cape Fear National, as its name implies, is the community located on the golf course designed by Tim Cate of Sunset Beach, NC. The sites located in CFN are limited and the cost per site is around $130,000. Homes start around $400,000.

    The next community, Cypress Pointe, brings to mind neighborhoods located picturesque historic areas of Charleston, SC or Savannah, GA. The homes are built with large front porches for time with family and/or neighbors to spend evenings together soaking up true Southern Charm. These home sites begin in the $100,000 range and these homes start around $400,000.

    Meadow Park’s bungalow style homes embrace coastal living. They are coated in the pastel colors associated with beach homes yet built with large porches and start in the $300,000 price range.

    Park Landing comes with an amenity not yet located in the other communities and that would be the Brunswick Forest Community Garden. Also located within easy walking distance for Park Landing residents is the Fitness and Wellness Center. Since residents will have the garden close at hand, these homes come with gourmet kitchens in them to cook all those delicious veggies. Park Landing also begins at a lower cost with home sites starting around  $80,000, and homes beginning in the $300,000 range. Park Landing also contains townhomes which begin at $200,000.

    The most diverse community would be Parkway Crossing offering a variety in the sizes of homes. Parkway Crossing is also conveniently located within walking distance of the Fitness and Wellness Center. Homes in Parkway Crossing begin in high $200,000 range.

    Shelmore is the larger community made up of Summerwind Villas at Shelmore, The Leewards at Shelmore and Spring Branch at Shelmore. Homes range in the $300-400,000 range.

    Shelmore is made up of numerous pocket parks. This community is also built along the Hammock Lake Park which also includes a beach made with white sand and has several walking trails to get from home to beach and back. Also held at Hammock Lake Park is the Annual Brunswick Forest Cardboard Boat Regatta, a highly popular and entertaining event.

    Lastly, Tennyson Village offers townhomes designed for low-maintenance living. The townhomes offer private walled in courtyards with fire pits. These lovely homes begin around $300,000.

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    All of the residents have access to such amenities as basketball, the trails, the lake front beach, the 18,000 square foot Fitness and Wellness Center, an indoor pool, an aerobics studio, a massage room, five tennis courts, a multi-use court, golf and so much more. For example, the Cape Fear National Golf Course.

    Cape Fear National is an 18-hole course in the midst of this wetlands setting. This course was recently name the #11 best course to play in the state of North Carolina by Golf Week Magazine. The clubhouse houses The Forest Restuarant, as well. The restuarant is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The bar’s hours are 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

    Are looking for luxury, amenities, convenience and coastal style living but away from some of the hustle and bustle? However, you still want shopping, dining and entertainment close at hand? Come visit and check out Brunswick Forest. We’ll be waiting for you. Contact us today!