Southport, NC (Jan. 16, 2014) - It’s time to shed a few layers and escape the cold temperatures for a Warmer Weather Getaway! Join us at St. James Plantation, The Number One-Selling Community In The Coastal Carolinas, over Presidents Day Weekend, February 14th – 16th.

While here at St. James Plantation, you’ll enjoy our mild North Carolina winter (average temps in the upper 50’s) AND the amazing real estate opportunities available at St. James Plantation. You'll also enjoy two-nights accommodations, an exclusive tour of the community, a round of golf or dinner for two, and VIP access to all of our amazing amenities.

Plus, these fun planned events:

  • Friday, February 14th – Enjoy cocktails, hors d' oeuvres and a romantic sunset at the picturesque St. James Marina. Unwind, meet and mingle with St. James neighbors, and buy a keepsake at The Artisans Gallery.

  • Saturday , February 15th – Enjoy an evening to remember! Indulge in French-inspired hors d' oeuvres, delicious wine pairings and entertaining live music from local artists. Relax by the fire pit, too!

    In 2013, St. James Plantation celebrated fantastic real estate success with sales totaling $55 million! We attribute this to many factors, including our very popular weekend events!

    We invite you to experience St. James Plantation this February and embrace our timeless coastal lifestyle! Space for our February event is limited. Contact us today via email or (800) 245-3871 to secure your reservation.

    About St. James Plantation:
    Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, along the North Carolina coast near Wilmington and Southport, St. James Plantation offers numerous amenities: four championship Audubon-Certified golf courses, private beach club, full-service marina village, tennis courts, swimming pools, fitness centers, waterfront park, over 15 miles of walking and biking trails and 500 acres of nature preserves. Lots priced from $75,000 to $500,000; Condos and Townhomes from $100,000 to over $300,000; Custom Homes from $200,000 to over $1 million.

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