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Authentic neighborhoods with true character plus a little heart and soul mixed in are hard to come by these days. Although the older neighborhood of Beaumont may not be for everyone, this charming area will be just perfect for many aspiring house hunters! For starters, it is full of families, artsy types and forward thinking retirees. Most of the homes were built during the 1950s and 60s and represent some of the most sought after architectural styles around including Colonial, Foursquare and Midcentury!
Beaumont is very conveniently located and although it is neither downtown nor quite midtown, it’s somewhere in between. It is actually just off the 2900 block of Market Street and borders the Forest Hills area. This makes it an easy commute to some of the Port City’s major employers including New Hanover Regional Medical Center, PPD, Cape Fear Community College and UNC-Wilmington.
Considering buying or selling a home in the Beaumont area of Wilmington? Call Nat Criss at (910) 547-6910
About Beaumont Real Estate in Wilmington
Most of the properties in Beaumont have been lovingly maintained and some have been updated and renovated over the years and offer impressive must-haves such as gourmet kitchens and spa-worthy baths. However, their original timeless beauty is ever-present thanks to gleaming hardwood floors, lovely crown molding and floor plans that work! Home sizes average around 2000+ square feet with prices hovering in the low to mid $200s - $300s (subject to change). Although there are no built-in amenities, aside from the convenient location, nearby Beaumont Park is the jewel in its crown. With a playground, benches and grassy areas, it’s the perfect place for a morning out with the kids, afternoon stroll with Fido or impromptu picnic.
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