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Autumn Hall sits on 236 acres of land that was originally purchased by the Trask Family in the 1950s. The construction and design of Autumn Hall’s community is influenced by the Trask Family’s experiences and memories in the nature of the lower Cape Fear area, which is why community planners have sought to make the most of the land while preserving as much as possible.
Autumn Hall homes are part of the Cape Fear Heritage Home Collection℠, which are designed and built to emulate the Southern style of the region. The homes include features like long porches and lots of outdoor space, making them perfect for entertaining friends and family. The features and amenities of Autumn Hall homes echo the heritage of the Wilmington area and add something new to its legacy as well.
One of the central objectives of the Cape Fear Heritage Home Collection designs was to preserve and utilize the natural beauty of the surrounding property. Native to the area are pinewood trees, small brooks, and live oaks that have stood for decades. The old nature of the property is used to enclose outdoors areas and create open parks, so residents can enjoy the outdoor spaces with one another or their friends and family.
At Autumn Hall, there are plenty of outdoor areas for residents to enjoy. The flora and fauna of the area is diverse and forms the backbone of the parks, playgrounds, and scenery. The rest of the community’s many amenities are built around and within the natural framework of the area. Outdoor fireplaces enhance picnic areas. Private trails, bridges, and paths create a network of the community for getting to different amenities. Autumn Hall is meant to be a place where neighbors interact with one another through the many amenities of the community and invite their friends and family to do the same.
Chief among Autumn Hall’s amenities is the Creek Club, a clubhouse situated along Bradley Creek. Many recreational activities are available to residents at the Creek Club. The salt marshes in the surrounding area make it the best place to start canoeing and kayaking trips. It provides access to the Intracoastal Waterway and Wrightsville Beach, but also has its own network of tributaries and marshland to explore. The trails around the Creek Club are similarly great for runs, walks, or even a bike ride with scenic views of the waterway and marshes. The Creek Club is terrific for those that want to explore the marshes and water but is just as appealing for those that just want to sit and enjoy the sights and sounds of the area.
Dungannon Village is the hub and heartbeat of the Autumn Hall community, providing residents with a central gathering place. Dungannon is a combination of all the everyday conveniences that residents might need like a post office, coffee shop, restaurant, and other small shops. Located at the entrance to Autumn Hall, it’s an excellent option for when residents need to stop on their way in or out of the neighborhood but is also a quick walk or bike ride for all other times.
At the center of Autumn Hall is Autumn Hall Lake, which is surrounded by the rest of the community. The 8-acre lake is naturally occurring and was used as a centerpiece for designers
when the community was being outlined. It lies at the end of Autumn Hall’s main street and borders the Village Center, a fun and entertaining retail village filled with shops and restaurants. While pretty to see, Autumn Hall Lake provides residents with more than just a nice view. The lake allows residents to leisurely canoe and kayak its expansive area or explore the waterfront amphitheater, restaurants, and boardwalk running along its edge. And for residents that want to take a closer look without paddling, a wide, wooden bridge allows them to explore an island grove formed by oaks at the center of Autumn Lake.
Designers agreed that the walkability of the community would be one of the most important features of Autumn Hall, so sidewalks, trails, and paths were used to create a system safely connecting the community’s amenities and neighbors. Autumn Hall’s nature trails aren’t just great for exploring though, they also connect to a sidewalk that leads all the way to Wrightsville Beach.
Given its impeccably crafted homes and amenities, Autumn Hall homes are upmarket real estate and can range in price from the low $600s to seven-figure values. HOA fees for upkeep and maintenance of Autumn Hall’s amenities are currently $100 per month, but we always recommend double-checking fees before making an offer on a home.
In addition to its many amenities and features, Autumn Hall real estate is also prized for its location and proximity to so many great parts of the Wilmington area. Mayfaire Shopping Center is just up the road from the community and features a range of stores, shops, boutiques, and restaurants from which to choose. Downtown Wilmington is only a short drive away and most prominently displays the history and culture of the area, along with more shopping and dining options available. And, of course, the beaches are one of Autumn Hall and Wilmington’s most sought after attractions. Wrightsville Beach is the closest and most popular and is only a short drive over the Wrightsville Beach Bridge. Carolina and Kure Beach are slightly further away, but feature a unique atmosphere with plentiful restaurants and attractions distinct to their communities.
Autumn Hall is one of Wilmington’s most meticulously and well-planned communities with attractive features in its home designs and equally desirable amenities in its master plan.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$289,377|
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School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Edwin A Alderman Elementary School 910-350-2031 Public KG-5 Forest Hills Global Elementary School 910-251-6190 Public PK-5 Winter Park Model Elementary School 910-350-2159 Public KG-5 College Park Elementary School 910-350-2058 Public KG-5 The Children's Schoolhouse of Wilmington Not Available Private PK-KG Wesley Memorial Child Education Center Not Available Private PK-KG Wilmington Seventy-Day Adventist School Not Available Private 1-8
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