2018 is already proving to be a big year for Wilmington area new construction communities. As always, we try to stay on top of these new developments so our clients always know what’s available. We’ve had the opportunity to gain insight on some brand new neighborhoods and have listed a few below that we think you should take a closer look at. Click their names to see more information and pictures.
Waterstone (Featured Image)
Waterstone is a marsh front community in northern Wilmington brought to you by Hardison Building Company and Stevens Fine Homes. It’s located behind Porters Neck Elementary School, a short drive from two excellent golf courses. Amenities include a swimming pool, clubhouse, walking trails, and a shaded pavilion with a fire pit. The homes have brick exteriors with Hardie plank accents and open living areas with 9 foot ceilings, wood flooring, built-ins, fire places, 36” cabinets, trey ceilings, and more. Listings start in the $400s.
Cameron Trace is a new community from McKee Homes located off Murrayville Road, a short drive to Murrayville Elementary School, in Wilmington. The community currently does not have any planned amenities, but there are several ponds. The beautiful coastal-inspired homes feature open floor plans, 9 foot ceilings, tiered cabinets, crown molding, granite countertops, ceramic tile backsplashes, hardwood laminate flooring, and more. The 2-story homes are energy efficient and have low maintenance vinyl siding. Listings start in the $200s.
Brick Chimney Landing is a river front neighborhood located off Shaw Highway in Rocky Point. It’s about 26 minutes from Wilmington and has access to the N.E. Cape Fear River. Building is in the early stages, but the proposed amenities will include a swimming pool, clubhouse, walkway, gazebo, waterfront pavilion, kayak launch, and boat storage. The homes are being built by Charles David Construction. They feature low maintenance vinyl siding, open floor plans, granite counters, vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, screened porches, and more. Listings start in the $200s.
As is common with new construction, presales provide the opportunity to add optional features, like extra rooms and baths. Additionally, they give you the opportunity to customize paint colors and finishes. These options vary from builder to builder. Some also like to add incentives to their new homes, like paid closing costs and free upgrades. However, these don’t run all the time, so make sure you ask your Cameron Team Realtor if there are any incentives running.
If you’re interested in learning more about one of these three communities or have questions about buying new construction, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re happy to answer all your questions.