One of our most popular slips in the marina - a 30' Dry Slip with t-top accessibility at NC's largest marina/yacht club: Inlet Watch Yacht Club. Inlet Watch provides its ...
One of our most popular slips in the marina - a 20' Dry Slip with t-top accessibility at NC's largest marina/yacht club: Inlet Watch Yacht Club. Inlet Watch provides its ...
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If living in a close-knit, water oriented community sounds like your idea of heaven, then Inlet Watch may just be the place! The delightful neighborhood is located in the southern end of New Hanover County and currently has around 40 homes. The neighborhood includes a full service marina and yacht club that is right along the Intracoastal Waterway. Hopeful home buyers often can not believe their ears when they discover that residents have access to pocket parks, picnic areas, tennis facilities and a swim club! Although properties do not usually include boat slips, they are frequently available for sale or for rent.
Since it is just off of Highway 132, Inlet Watch is extremely convenient to the College Road corridor, I-40, historic downtown and of course, Pleasure Island! Residents have easy access to all of the usual goods and services, plus a nice mix of shops, restaurants, medical and recreational facilities.
Inlet Watch was developed in the 1980s. Homes tend to be spacious and well-maintained and typically have been meticulously updated and upgraded to suit the needs of today’s discriminating buyers. Prices may be found in the low $400s to the mid $500s and size-wise, many are around 3000+ square feet. The architectural feel is decidedly easy, breezy, casual and coastal, which gives the entire neighborhood a resort-like charm.
Should you be lucky enough to stumble upon a listing within this unique development, please allow us to arrange a showing at your convenience!
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