Recently Listed Homes for sale around Midtown Wilmignton

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Midtown Wilmington Real Estate

For house hunters, the coolest thing about midtown Wilmington is the amazing number of homes, condos and apartment complexes there are to choose from. They run the gamut in terms of size, architectural style and affordability. For the most part, these properties are a nice combination of old and new construction. Of course another major plus is that midtown is convenient to everything that’s anything in the Port City!

Midtown covers a large territory that runs along Market Street, College Road and Oleander Drive. Throughout, there are lovingly maintained neighborhoods, tasteful townhome communities and a nice selection of apartment complexes, thanks to the demand generated by both UNC-Wilmington and New Hanover Regional Medical Center. The area is served by two of the city’s largest and most popular parks. Just off of Oleander Drive and Independence Boulevard, there’s Empie Park, which has a huge playground, baseball fields, basketball courts and a new tennis facility. Hugh MacRae Park is about 2 miles east, past College Road and also off of Oleander Drive. It has impressive recreational facilities, trails, picnic areas and is a frequent site for festivals, cook-offs and live music. Each of those parks is surrounded by established neighborhoods. They are quiet, thoughtfully landscaped and tidy! Midtown’s residents are a diverse mix that includes all ages, professions, and life stages, so having something in common with your neighbors is virtually guaranteed.

If there is a neighborhood or apartment complex in midtown that you’d like to see in person, one of our knowledgeable agents is at your service! (910) 547-6910

Points of interest:

  • Independence Mall
  • Whole Foods
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Flaming Amy’s Burrito Barn
  • Two Wheeler Dealer