Porter's Neck Plantation, a scant four miles north of the Wilmington City Center, is a community steeped in the limitless lifestyle living along the Intracoastal Waterway and the tidal Futch Creek affords. Add to the unparalleled coastal environs, a Tom Fazio designed, 18-hole Championship Golf course staffed with PGA professionals and over twenty years' growth of coastal-themed landscaping and it becomes folly to dismiss such a gem of neighborhoods.
Porter's Neck Plantation is a testament to low country architecture built around wooded preservation areas and ponds on quiet streets buoyed by 24-hour security manned on gated entrances. Porter's Neck Plantation is home to a community boat ramp, dry dock, and waterfront picnic area.
The golf club boasts a 15,000 square foot Colonial themed clubhouse with a grill, bar, and member lounges. Porter's Neck Plantation played host to the North Carolina Senior Amateur Golf Competition and the North Carolina Junior Amateur Golf Competition. The club is member managed and is also home to a robust pickleball league. The club is also home to a junior Olympic lap pool, a recreational pool and a kiddie pool as well as a world-class fitness center and seven Har-Tru, hydro clay, tennis courts and was recently voted the best tennis facility in Wilmington.
If Porter's Neck Plantation amenities don't entice you, the homes surely will. The homes average between 2700 upwards to over 5000 square feet of living space, most with four bedrooms or more with many benefiting from opulent waterfront views situated on lots between ¼ and ½ acre in size with some even larger than that.
Couple the golf and coastal community lifestyle with the amazing luxury found in each dwelling; then, add that with the commute from Porter's Neck Plantation to Wrightsville Beach being measured in minutes as is the shopping of Mayfaire Towne Center, The Forum or Lumina Station. Porter's Neck Plantation is home to the young, growing families, thriving professionals, the ready to retire and active retirees. They all have one thing in common: the uncommonly good living to be enjoyed in Porter's Neck Plantation.
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