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Residents of Woodscape Pointe would agree with the clothing company’s catch phrase, “Life is good”. Why not grab your paddleboard and discover this water access neighborhood for yourself? Located close to the end of Old Myrtle Grove Road, Woodscape Pointe is a delightfully compact and private development nestled in the southern area of the county.
Stands of majestic oaks line the entrance and provide a lovely natural backdrop. It’s easy to enjoy the great outdoors here thanks to ample wooded acreage, a series of trails and water access, which includes a small stretch of beach along the ICW. That area is just between Wrightsville Beach Inlet and Carolina Beach Inlet. Talk about the perfect spot to cast your line or paddle off for a day of adventure!
Woodscape Pointe properties often range in size from 3,200 square feet to 5,000+, with prices starting in the mid 600s to over $1 million (subject to change). The preferred architectural styles are coastal cottage, low country and contemporary. Several homes feature the work of some of the region’s most well respected designers and builders. It is easy to live well here considering that homes come standard with upscale interiors and the features that today’s most discriminating buyers demand, such as: tongue-in-groove ceilings, unique granite and wood counters, professional grade kitchen appliances, stonework, glass and imported tile, plus many more architectural extras. Along with outdoor entertaining areas, a few properties have impressive outdoor kitchens and expansive upper story decks, where it is possible to see the ocean. To fully appreciate this premier neighborhood certainly demands a visit!
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