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Are you ready to claim that coastal lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of all these years? The stunning Edgewater community near Wrightsville Beach, NC may be just the place! Situated near Motts Channel and Bradley Creek, and minutes from Wrightsville Beach, Edgewater is filled with some of the most stately custom homes along the Eastern Seaboard. Cozy and secluded, it provides its homeowners with the utmost in privacy.
Located just off of historic Airlie Road, Edgewater is surrounded by stands of majestic oaks, towering magnolias, graceful dogwoods and azaleas. Residents enjoy the use of their own community dock and private boat slips, which are a rare perk these days. Edgewater Lane leads into the neighborhood and there is no thru traffic, which makes it ideal and safe for getting out and about on foot or by bike.
Edgewater Real Estate
Edgewater is fully developed and when homes do become available, they often do not last long. Each home was custom built and the architectural styles are tasteful and traditional. Properties in Edgewater tend to be large and average around 3000 to 5000+ square feet. Since they were each commissioned by discriminating home buyers, it is safe to say that they boast most of the extras that today’s savvy home buyers seek. Along with the usual hardwood floors, stainless appliances, granite countertops and tiled baths, expect to find energy saving and high-tech components in many of the properties. Builders were also mindful of positioning homes on lots in such a way to maximize outdoor space and privacy. Home prices can run the gamut, starting in the low $500s and reaching over the $1 million mark (subject to change).
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