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If "Creek Life" sounds good to you, then Greymarsh Crossing could be just the place! Imagine morning kayak trips and evenings spent watching graceful egrets returning to their roosts… With a home purchase here, that would be quite easy to achieve, because around half of the properties are situated along the marsh edge of beautiful Bradley Creek.
Located just off of Wrightsville Avenue and Hooker Road, Greymarsh Crossing is highly coveted for its private, wooded lots and water access. There is also a community swimming pool! It is convenient to so much, including public schools, medical facilities, grocery stores, banks, shops, restaurants, Wrightsville Beach and Mayfaire. The neighborhood has a definite coastal/country feel, thanks to plenty of beautiful native plants and shrubs and majestic live oaks. The favored architectural styles are charming, traditional low country and Arts and Crafts cottages. The average square footage for homes in Greymarsh Crossing is 2500+, with average selling prices ringing in somewhere between the mid $400s to $600,000 (subject to change).
The fact that residents of this family-friendly subdivision enjoy spending time outdoors is evident. Filled with homes boasting tidy yards, rocking chair front porches, spacious decks and patios, makes it easy to enjoy Greymarsh Crossing's lovely, back to nature setting! Of course these residences were built with comfort and style in mind, which is why many interiors are light and airy and feature all of those must-haves that savvy house hunters crave. Common themes among homes in Greymarsh Crossing include efficient use of space, lots of built-in storage along with lovely hardwood flooring, easy to keep tile and granite, workhorse kitchens and spa-worthy baths.
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