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If you're looking for a nicely established neighborhood to raise your children or a peaceful respite from the daily workflow, Osprey Point might just be your solution. It is a small community, home to just over 100 residents found between Bradley Creek and the River to Sea Bikeway. Its entrance is at the intersection of Greenville and Vann Avenues just off of Oleander Drive.
Most homes were built between 1988 and 2008 with many adhering to a traditional style. The majority of the homes feature siding exteriors and are equipped with two to four bedrooms. The lots are awash with fabulous mature trees and mature landscaping which utilize plantings indigenous to the coastal marshland community. Most homes have attached two car garages, and many backyards are home to either in-ground and above-ground pools. The Osprey Point homes are spacious and are situated on good sized lots, most with backyard privacy fencing and ample driveways to accommodate multiple vehicles.
There are some Osprey Point homes that have waterfront footage and for others, there is a community pier to Bradley Creek with full access. Fish Hawk Court in Osprey Point is configured around medians planted with mature flowering trees and seagrass arrangements intersecting streetlamps which easily blend with the neatly manicured lawns of the neighborhood.
Osprey Point is in close proximity to Wrightsville Beach, is less than 2 miles from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington and an easy 15-minute drive to Historic Downtown Wilmington and the Cape Fear Riverfront. Airlie Gardens is very close-by, and the shopping meccas of Landfall and Mayfaire are within 5 minutes.
Osprey Point is a comfortable destination in Wilmington area that has one foot in the city and the other in our coastal waters. It is the best of both worlds with the convenience of near-by local shopping, restaurants and sporting venues in a quiet, secluded domain where a kid can still go fishing with their parent or a weekend shutterbug can snap a few Osprey or Heron in flight.
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