Porters Crossing is a small established community off Porters Neck Road in Wilmington, NC. Consisting of primarily open concept homes with front yard maintenance provided by the homeowner’s association, this neighborhood is known for being relatively low maintenance. It also has an in-ground swimming pool, two tennis courts, and a playground for residents to enjoy.
The homes in Porters Crossing are 1 and 2-stories tall, and were built between 2006 and 2015. They have a mix of brick and vinyl siding with stone accents, and some have Craftsman Style elevations. The main living areas and master suites tend to be on the first floor, and all have attached 2-car garages. Plus, many of the 1-story homes have finished rooms over their garages.
Porters Crossing home interiors feel very spacious due to open floor plans and raised ceilings. Gas log fireplaces and 42” kitchen cabinets are common. Arched doorways, chair rail molding, and crown molding add a classy touch, and the 1st floor master suites feature walk-in closets, soaking tubs, and separate showers. Other features you may see include coffered ceilings, wainscoting, bead board, built-ins, and twin closets.
The homes here give many opportunities to enjoy Wilmington’s moderate climate. Screened porches, front porches, patios, and custom outdoor living spaces can be found in Porters Crossing. Lots span from a quarter to half-an-acre and many homes have fenced back yards.
Residents of Porters Crossing are minutes from shopping and dining in the Porters Neck area of Wilmington.
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