Amenities at this gated Wilmington, NC-area golf resort and retirement community include a planned 18-hole golf course, tennis and fitness facilities, a planned dog park and a white-sand beach fronting a private freshwater lake.
Compass Pointe's master plan features two full-service amenity centers plus a canoe and kayak club, hiking and biking trails, a shopping village and 70 acres of preserved wildlife sanctuaries. The 2,200-acre Audubon International Gold Signature development is about 10 minutes from downtown Wilmington, convenient to shopping, dining, health care and the beautiful Atlantic beaches of North Carolina's Cape Fear.
North Carolina real estate for sale at Compass Pointe ranges from ready-to-build homesites for custom homes to cottages, villas and new single-family homes. Buyers can opt for a fully custom home, or choose from a selection of new home collections with customizable interiors.
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Acreage 2,200 acres (890 hectares)
Gatehouse Gated entry.
Club Structure Non-equity.
Clubhouse Tropical-themed 10,000-square-foot Grand Lanai clubhouse with various social and recreational amenities, plus a separate golf clubhouse planned for future development.
The proposed 18-hole golf course is being designed and constructed in accordance with Audubon Gold Signature environmental guidelines. Practice facilities will include an 18-hole putting course with two additional putting greens, practice bunkers and long-distance driving ranges, with clinics and instruction available.
Compass Pointe recently acquired the nearby Magnolia Greens Golf Course. This twenty-seven hole course was recognized as one of the top public golf facilities in the southeast, and has been the venue for several PGA Tours and USGA qualifying events. Magnolia Greens is the only full service practice facility in the area featuring a natural grass range.
Swimming & Fitness
Large resort-style swimming pool located adjacent to the Grand Lanai clubhouse, with a 7,000 sq. ft. fitness center.
Lighted outdoor tennis courts and a community exercise and wellness center currently under construction.
Other club amenities include a white-sand lake beach adjacent to the swimming pool, 10 miles of biking and nature trails, basketball courts, a dog park and outdoor amphitheater, and the proposed Passage Pointe River Club.
Boating and Fishing
In addition to canoeing and kayaking on Compass Pointe's freshwater lakes, residents have quick access to boating and fishing North Carolina's inland waterways and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Wilmington-area fishing charters and recreational marinas are available 30 to 45 minutes from the development.
Shopping & Dining
Compass Pointe is close to a range of shopping and dining options, with downtown Wilmington about 15 minutes away and many local restaurants and retailers even closer to home. The planned Compass Pointe Village Shoppes will offer boutiques, cafés, banking, a post office and other necessities within the development.
Compass Pointe is 30 to 45 minutes from some of North Carolina's finest Atlantic beaches, including Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. The property is also convenient to urban entertainment, performing arts, cultural events and historic sites in and around downtown Wilmington.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center located 12 miles from Compass Pointe is a modern 628-bed hospital offering 24-hour emergency care and an extensive range of inpatient and outpatient services.
The property is about 10 minutes from Wilmington International Airport.
Lots For Sale Priced from $100,000 to $250,000
Courtyard/Patio/Villas For Sale Priced from the mid $290,000s to the $320,000s
Townhomes For Sale Priced from the mid $290,000s to the $320,000s
Homes For Sale New single-family homes priced from $350,000 to $700,000
Taxes in North Carolina vs. Taxes in the Northeast Wilmington, NC (August 31, 2015) - One of the many perks of relocating to North Carolina from the Northeast, other than the milder weather and incredible real estate value, is the lower property taxes. It is widely known that states in the Northeast tend to pay higher taxes than states in the Southeast, but how much more?
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