Coastal NC

VOL12ISS2 2016

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13 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — CAPE FEAR NC | VOLUME 12—ISSUE 2 For over 25 Years my experience in New Home Sales and Construction has helped people find their home in New Hanover, Pender & Brunswick Counties. Rodney Q. Harris BROKER/REALTOR¨ 910-443-3444 RHarris@IntracoastalRealty.com FROM YOUR FIRST HOME TO YOUR LAST Let experience lead the way CAPE FEAR LIVING Andrew Pierce, CNE Realtor/Broker 910-508-2768 andrew.pierce@thisrealtorcancook.com multi-use trail that connects parks, cultural attractions and landmarks from Wilmington to Wrightsville Beach. Golfers are already anticipating the Wells Fargo PGA Championship in May 2017 at the exclusive Eagle Point Golf Club in the Porter's Neck area. It will mark the first time a PGA Tour event has played in Wilmington since the Azalea Open in 1971. Wilmington and its beaches are the easiest access of all North Carolina beaches – basically a straight shot on I-40 east. High on everyone's list is all-fun-all-the- time, Wrightsville Beach. With the ocean to the east, the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and marshes in-between, Wrightsville Beach is an award-winning surf and standup paddle destination. Wrightsville was recently named one of the "World's 20 Best Surf Towns" by National Geographic citing "It's a great surf town for two main reasons—attitude and access." The town's Annex Surf Supply Shop also made the grade on the Surf Collective NYC's list of "22 of the Best Surf Shops in the World" in 2015. National Geographic also puts Wrightsville on the list of the Last Best American Beach Towns boasting its great seafood, calming marshlands, ample fishing, unspoiled nature and nightlife for visitors and locals alike. To soak up local history, visitors go to Wrightsville Beach Museum celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016. For generations, families have stayed at the family owned and run Blockade Runner Hotel, located on Wrightsville Beach. For an exceptional coastal dining experience guests "stay in" and dine at East Restaurant indoors or on the canopied garden deck. Chef Jessica Cabo's vegetarian and seafood- centric dishes reflect influences from California, Mexico, Asia and the Mediterranean. Carolina Beach is on the Budget Travel list of "America's Most Awesome Boardwalks" and has been featured by CNN and USA Today.>>

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