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Stretching from U.S. Highway 17 east to the Intracoastal Waterway is the diverse community of Olde Point, which has been a landmark of Hampstead, NC, since the 1970s. Don’t let the age of this community scare you, because many homes have been renovated since they were built. If you’re looking for low maintenance townhomes, starter homes, spacious golf course homes, luxury waterfront properties, or even a lot to build on, this community has it all. That’s why Olde Point remains to be a community in demand.
When you first drive into Olde Point, past the bustling club house and golf course dotted with golfers, you get the feeling this is a very active community filled with people who love to socialize. As you move further into the residential areas, closer to the waterfront, you discover there’s an elevated level of privacy surrounding each home. If you want space between you and your neighbors while still receiving the benefits of a homeowners association and community amenities, this is a great place to start looking.
Many properties in Olde Pointe are situated around the 18-hole Olde Point Golf Course, where tournaments are held throughout the year. If you aren’t an expert golfer, lessons are available from the club’s professionals, or you can stop by the course’s restaurant, Nineteen, and just take in the view. Nineteen is open to the public, but the golf course is semi-private with members having the advantage of advanced tee times and established league play. Memberships are also available for enjoying the tennis courts, swimming pool, and private members-only lounge.
For resident boaters, there’s no need to have waterfront property. There is a boat ramp and storage area at Harbor Village Yacht Club off Harbour Village Drive, as well as boat slips for lease. The ramp is maintained by Harbor Village, and they charge residents an annual fee for maintenance. The storage area is also an annual payment – a lease option offered when space is available.
Olde Point does have an HOA that charges a monthly fee for maintaining public spaces and covering administrative fees, legal fees (when covenants are broken), and keeping the residents informed. You can learn all about the community’s rules and restrictions at the HOA website, which also has a handy list of the community’s clubs and organizations.
Sure to please anyone, there’s a wide range of prices and home styles available in Olde Point. There are traditional homes with formal dining rooms, home offices, and gorgeous wood burning fireplaces, as well as brand new construction with open floor plans, kitchen islands, and high ceilings. Brick homes, vinyl homes….1-story or 2-story….1, 2, and 3 car garages…There’s a lot to choose from.
Located just 20 minutes from Topsail Island and Surf City, residents of Olde Point enjoy the beach, watersports, shopping, and excellent seafood dining. More options, including an active theater community, are just 30 minutes away in Wilmington. Jacksonville and Camp Lejeune are 35 minutes north on U.S. Highway 17. Hampstead alone is a growing town with businesses and restaurants convenient for many.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$236,924|
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