Autumn Hall sits on 236 acres of land originally purchased by the Trask Family in the 1950s. Their experiences and memories of nature in the lower Cape Fear area influenced much of Autumn Hall's construction and design. And their vision pushed community planners to make the most of the land, preserving as much as possible.
As part of the Cape Fear Heritage Home Collection℠, developers designed Autumn Hall with the Southern style of the region. For example, the homes include features like long porches and lots of outdoor space, making them perfect for entertaining friends and family. Native to the area are pinewood trees, small brooks, and live oaks that have stood for decades. As a result, designers used the old nature of the property to enclose outdoors areas and create parks.
The diverse flora of the area forms the backbone of the parks, playgrounds, and scenery. When constructing Autumn Hall’s amenities, developers 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. At Autumn Hall, neighbors interact through the many amenities 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. 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. With scenic views, the trails around the Creek Club are similarly great for runs, walks, or even a bike ride.
And for a gathering place, Dungannon Village is the hub and heartbeat of the Autumn Hall community. Dungannon is a combination of everyday conveniences residents might need like a post office, coffee shop, restaurant, and other businesses.
The rest of the community surrounds Autumn Hall Lake. Designers used the naturally occurring 8-acre lake as a centerpiece when they outlined the community. It lies at the end of Autumn Hall’s main street, bordering the Village Center, a fun and entertaining retail village. 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. For residents wanting a closer look without paddling, a bridge leads to an island grove of oaks at the center.
In addition to its many amenities and features, residents prize Autumn Hall real estate for its location. Just up the road from Autumn Hall, Mayfaire Shopping Center features a range of stores, shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Downtown Wilmington is only a short drive away and most prominently displays the history and culture of the area. And, of course, the beaches are one of the Wilmington area’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 distinct atmospheres with unique restaurants and attractions.
Autumn Hall is one of Wilmington’s most meticulously and well-planned communities with attractive features in its home designs and amenities in its master plan. If you have questions or would like more information about this incredible community, contact the Cameron Team today.
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