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Looking for a neighborhood filled with cool homes and even cooler people? Wilmington’s streetcar suburb known as Carolina Place could be exactly what you’re after. It was built just after the turn of the century and in recent years has become quite popular among forward thinking home buyers that want more than just a place in the burbs.
Real Estate in Carolina Place
Carolina Place is on the national Register of Historic Places and filled with homes that are wonderful examples of Craftsman bungalows, Colonial Revival and Queen Anne Victorians. It is located between 17th Street to Burnt Mill Creek and Market to Castle Streets. Carolina Place borders the neighborhoods of Forest Hills, Ardmore, Brookwood and Carolina Heights. There are no HOA dues, but there is a community association that promotes activities, get-togethers and a neighborhood watch. For a glimpse of what’s happening in Carolina Place, check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CarolinaPlaceWilmington/ There are a lot of young families here along with retirees and single professionals. Neighbors tend to know one another and the concept that “it takes a village” certainly prevails!
Home prices typically range from the high $100Ks to the high $300Ks (subject to change). Since so many different architectural styles are represented, square footage and interior features vary.
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