One block from public beach access!!
Spacious, clean condo with a location that has many advantages. Half a block walk to 2 public beach access points. 3/4 of a mile to both the boardwalk and Northend fishing pier. Enjoy sunsets and watch boats from the large front deck that has a full view to the inland coastal waterway that faces due West. 100ft from the pool. 3 charcoal grills right next to the pool for evening cookouts. Friendly community and kid friendly. Quick access to shopping, restaurants, charter fishing, NC Aquarium, Fort Fisher, Kure Beach and many other attractions and activities. You can have your shastas and walk home!!!
Newly remodeled condo. Refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, juicer .... almost everything you have in your kitchen, this condo has too! All utensils, dishes and cookware provided.
Area attractions/Wilmington: To the north of Pleasure Island, golf, museums, a zoo, gardens, historic attractions and shopping are within a short drive or ferry ride. Wilmington and Southport are adjacent rural/suburban areas experiencing substantial growth as both tourists and potential residents discover the desirability of vacationing and living in the area.
During the day, downtown Wilmington is quaint and charming, but at night it comes alive in a whole new way. Dance clubs, jazz bars, venues for rock, rhythm and blues and more can be found in the downtown district. The Riverwalk, with its view of the Battleship North Carolina moored on the western shore, is a great place to stroll, grab a hot dog from a street vendor, listen to free music, and enjoy the river activity. Restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and antiques shops line the streets.
Southport/Ferry information: At the southern end of U.S. 421 is the Fort Fisher–Southport Ferry. Across the road is a public boat launch area that is popular for windsurfing, parasailing, kiteboarding, kayaking and fishing.
Across the Cape Fear River is Southport, home to the largest Fourth of July Festival in North Carolina - a week of activities consisting of arts and crafts, street dancing, lots of fun and a parade, culminating in an evening of fireworks. In October, Southport hosts their Annual King Mackerel Tournament, which is open to the public.
And to the south of Carolina Beach are Kure Beach and the Fort Fisher State Historic Site and Fort Fisher State Recreation Area. The Historic Site, amidst twisted live oaks, was the largest of the Confederacy’s earthwork fortifications during the Civil War. The Recreation Area has 4 miles of wide, unspoiled beach, a visitor center with bath house, a snack bar and restrooms.
The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher: The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher has been expanded into North Carolina’s largest aquarium. The aquarium has many new features and exhibits and features a huge shark tank.