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When you hear the word "Airlie" in the Wilmington area you think beauty and respite, and that is exactly what you get in Airlie Place. A small community located across the street from waterside restaurants, Dockside and The Bridge Tender, Airlie Place is just one mile from the shores of Wrightsville Beach.
Airlie Place is so nicely situated that you can reach the Intracoastal Waterway by strolling in the neighborhood or take a short bike ride to the stunning Airlie Gardens to the south to take in the walking trails, lakes, and world famous scenic gardens. If you are more inclined to drive, not only do the sights and wonders of Wrightsville Beach lie just a mile over the bridge from the community, but some of the finest dining, eclectic shops, and art venues are just moments away at Lumina Station or Mayfaire Town Center, The Forum or Landfall Shopping Center.
Airlie Place was built between 1985 and 1993 with custom built homes on plots rich with indigenous flora, mighty oaks and watershed fauna. Each home is unique and claims its own magnificent view with the proper privacy to appreciate, quietly. Airlie Place has a community pond and a lively coastal bird population. The community also boasts a community pool that is maintained, along with residential yard maintenance, through the homeowners' association.
This hidden gem of a community is accessed by way of either Airlie Oaks Lane or Airlie Place Road directly from Airlie Road just off of Oleander. Historic Downtown Wilmington and her illustrious Riverfront is about fifteen minutes away and the campus of the University of North Carolina Wilmington is a short three miles away.
Unsurpassed beauty with easy access in perfect secluded proximity to waterways, beaches, schools, dining, shopping and entertainment venues are just some of the reasons having a home in Airlie Place is a very desirable goal.
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