Brunswick Forest’s New Homes

Brunswick Forest Around Town

NEW GOLF HOMES AND 
NEIGHBORHOOD ENCLAVES

Brunswick Forest | Leland, NC

Brunswick Forest has opened sales on new homes and home sites located along the fairways and overlooking the greens of the community’s scenic Cape Fear National golf course. In addition, two new residential enclaves have been announced in the popular Cypress Point and The Lakes neighborhoods. Each will feature distinctive architectural styles with access to all of the Brunswick Forest resort-style amenities. Separate homecoming events are planned for October and November.
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Brunswick Forest - A North Carolina Coastal Retirement Community

Brunswick Forest - A North Carolina Coastal Retirement Community

Brunswick Forest, the Coastal South's fastest growing community, is located on North Carolina's Cape Fear coast, just minutes from historic Wilmington. This 4,500-acre retreat features a wide array of neighborhoods and lifestyles, 18 holes of golf at Cape Fear National, a Clubhouse, River Club, Fitness & Wellness Center, parks and more than 100 miles of walking, biking and nature trails linking residences and amenities. Read More...


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Grand Clubhouse on the Horizon for The Walk at East Village

East Walk Village Clubhouse

The Walk at East Village | Clayton, NC

The Walk at East Village Clubhouse Coming Soon!

Grand new design plans for the Walk at East Village clubhouse and associated amenities have been completed for The Walk at East Village. Fitness facilities, lap pool, yoga and pottery studios, demonstration kitchen, sports lounge, pickleball and bocce ball courts, putting green, community garden, and a dog park are all included. The active-adult community in North Carolina has also unveiled seven new floor plans for stylish homes in The Walk at East Village.
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The Walk at East Village

The Walk at East Village

Walk to downtown Clayton from The Walk at East Village. The Walk at East Village is a 300-home 55+ age-qualified community designed for active living and engaging with friends. If you're looking for the Mayberry feel with safe walking streets day and night, friendly neighbors, an active downtown, and access to city-level cultural offerings around the corner, you can't beat what The Walk at East Village offers Read More...


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Events at the Shed

Scotch Hall Preserve Weekly Events

Scotch Hall Preserve is an Albemarle Sound waterfront community in coastal North Carolina.

Scotch Hall Preserve | Merry Hill, NC 

This Albemarle Sound waterfront community features a world-class Arnold Palmer Signature golf course, resort-style swim pavilion, marina, kayaking ponds, paddleboards, fishing, and more. Their new bar and eatery, “The Shed,” hosts weekly events and is fast becoming the community hub. Time for a North Carolina Tour?

Scotch Hall Preserve - Pristine North Carolina Coastal Golf Community

Scotch Hall Preserve - Pristine North Carolina Coastal Golf Community

This remarkable lifestyle community sits majestically on North Carolina's Albemarle Sound. Surrounded by water, ancient Cypress and live Oaks, there is no other place as unspoiled. Featuring an Arnold Palmer Signature golf course, marina, swim pavilion, Scotch Hall Preserve offers waterfront, golf and woodland homesites. Read More...


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Waterways–Celebration of Additions

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Savannah-area Ribbon Cutting

The new Ridgewood Events Lawn was the host site for the summer kick-off community celebration at Waterways. Neighbors gathered for a barbeque dinner and live music after the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Another recent addition is the new community guard house with state-of-the-art resident access technology. The Savannah-area development is now offering new waterfront and wooded home sites in the intimate Lakewood neighborhood, as well as estate sites in The Enclave and Parkway South.

Waterways - Best Places to Live in Georgia

Waterways - Best Places to Live in Georgia

Waterways is a 2,300-acre master-planned community located just 30 minutes from historic Savannah, Georgia, in charming Richmond Hill. Surrounded by a 1,600 acre nature preserve, this is a place where six-and-a-half miles of marsh frontage, over four miles of winding lagoons, and more than a thousand acres of ancient oak hammocks embrace our new homes and homesites. Read More...


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NEW GULF COAST DESTINATION LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE

Latitude Margaritaville Watersound | Panama City Beach, FL

Latitude Margaritaville Watersound development is coming soon to the Florida panhandle.


 

Plans for a third new LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE active-adult community by Minto Communities and Margaritaville Holdings have been announced. The Latitude Margaritaville Watersound residential development will be located on the Florida Panhandle near Panama City Beach and will feature one-of-a-kind upscale amenities for age-55-and-better homeowners. Groundbreaking is scheduled for early 2019, with the sales center and model homes expected to debut about a year later. The first two LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE communities have already opened in Daytona Beach, FL, and Hilton Head, SC.

Latitude Margaritaville Daytona

Latitude Margaritaville Daytona

You've earned a life where every day feels like an escape. Find your paradise at Latitude Margaritaville, the 55-and-better community where fun and relaxation meet. Located in the heart of world-famous Daytona Beach, Florida - Latitude Margaritaville is a place where life rolls easy, neighbors are friends, and the party never ends. Inspired by the legendary music and lifestyle of singer, songwriter and best-selling author Jimmy Buffett, your new home in paradise features exciting recreation, FINtastic dining and live entertainment. Read More...


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Coosaw Point — A Community for All Ages

Coosaw Point — A Community for All Ages

The drive across the Lowcountry marsh in Beaufort, SC, to Lady’s Island to the 400-acre riverfront community of Coosaw Point is both breathtaking and serene. An unrestricted community, residents enjoy vibrancy with a slower pace as told by the stories of two couples in slightly different phases of life.

Dave and Pam Rimer have lived in many places, but found their favorite place in Beaufort, SC, when they moved into their home at Coosaw Point in 2006. They decided to relocate after their son graduated from high school. They toured the Charleston area and spent several days driving around the Lowcountry until they came upon Coosaw Point, and they knew they had found their place. They downsized from a 4,500 square-foot home and now have more time to have fun than maintaining a large home, though Pam added that you can have as large of a home as you’d like at Coosaw.

“The community was small at that time and really just getting started. It was just a sense of what it was going to be,” said Pam. She organizes the community directory and has seen the community’s growth first-hand. Pam says, “We enjoy the mix of ages and people, from newborns to 90. It’s a vibrant community, full of caring neighbors.”

While Dave is “semi-retired,” they find time to enjoy boating as often as they can. With the warmer climate, they have even been boating on New Year’s Eve. Pam and Dave enjoy the people and Pam says, “You can participate as much or as little as you want.” The Rimers particularly enjoy “High Tide Fridays,” where neighbors meet for happy hour.

Next, meet Dee (48) and Marc (47) Robinson who relocated from Colorado just a year ago with their 16-year-old son. They had vacationed to the coast and knew they wanted to retire by the coast one day. Dee said, “We thought why wait until we retire? Let’s see if we can make this work now.” She found a job in Beaufort, and they couldn’t be happier that they made the move.

They are enjoying the outdoors. “Marc likes to stand-up paddle board, while my son and I like to kayak. So, we kayak to Hunting Island State Park. We’ve seen all kinds of wildlife from deer to dolphin. We are hoping to see the sea turtles hatch.”

“It’s a totally different life than in Colorado. Each are beautiful in their own way. It’s particularly wonderful to see the water so much living here. When you go over the bridges, the views are so amazing with the vibrant greens of the saltwater marsh. It’s breathtaking,” says Dee.

The Robinsons enjoy walking along the waterfront in the quaint town of Beaufort and sitting on the swings in waterfront park. They’ve been finding some good restaurants including Plums, Breakwater, and the Foolish Frog, just to name a few.

Dee says, “We made a good decision to take the plunge. We love the style of houses and walking trails. Coosaw Point has a great mix of people. Everyone is here because they love it.”