Magnolia Place is often referred to as Magnolia Place Oleander. It is a hidden jewel tucked off of Oleander Drive. The neighborhood boasts Oak lined streets in one of Wilmington's bastions of serene southern comfort.
Each home in Magnolia Place is unique in structure with most having been built in the earlier half to the early latter half of the twentieth century. However, all the homes are built on spacious lots featuring well-manicured landscaping and mature trees indigenous to our coastal proximity.
Most homes in Magnolia Place offer three or more bedrooms and some offer expansive views of the course grounds of the Cape Fear Country Club, the oldest private country club in North Carolina. The average square footage of homes in Magnolia Place ranges from about 2600 to well over 3200. Homes in Magnolia Place offer distinctive styles and a magnificent blend of proven craftsmanship with the comfort of well-appointed living.
Magnolia Place is centrally located allowing for quick commutes to the University of North Carolina Wilmington in one direction or the Historic Downtown Cape Fear Riverfront in the other with both under five minutes. The New Hanover Regional Medical Center and surrounding medical community are an equal five minutes away. Independence Mall featuring such retailers as Carolina staple, Belk, Bath and Body Works and a variety of others including jewelers, restaurants and clothing retailers is also just a few minutes away. This lovely Oak lined community has Empie Park and Beaumont Parks nearby for the recreationally minded, is a short drive to Wrightsville Beach and within walking distance to Cape Fear Country Club.
A Magnolia Place address insures easy access to all Wilmington, and the surrounding area has to offer and provides a beautiful, tranquil hearth to call home.
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