Wilmington has made a name for itself as one of the top places to live in North Carolina. Just 10 minutes to the south, Brunswick Forest is the area's fastest growing Wilmington NC golf communities near the North Carolina beaches. Comprehensive lifestyle amenities could be the secret ingredient to this community's success. For starters, the 18,000 square foot Brunswick Fitness and Wellness Center is impressive. Amenities include an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, 5 hard surface tennis courts, a sports court, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Steam rooms, showers, personal trainers, massage therapists, and a lounge are additional attributes of the Fitness & Wellness center. Golf amenities include the award winning Cape Fear National golf course and clubhouse. Membership is optional. It's hard to find North Carolina coastal communities with this many amenities without expensive mandatory membership fees.
BRUNSWICK FOREST AMENITIES
- 18 Hole Championship Golf Course designed by NC native Tim Cate
- Golf Clubhouse with restaurant and bar
- 18,000 Square Foot Fitness & Wellness Center with lounge
- Indoor and Outdoor Swimming Pools
- 5 Hard Surface Tennis Courts and a Sport Court
- 6 Hard Surface Pickleball Courts
- Community Parks and Gardens
- 100+ Miles of Walking, Biking and Nature Trails
- Canoe, Kayak and Small Boat Launch
- Hammock Park & Fitness center, with outdoor pool and splash pad
- Coming in 2019 a NEW Amenity Center
- Community Town Center with Shopping, Restaurants, and Medical facilities
- Dog Park
Over 100 miles of dedicated walking, biking and nature trails weave throughout this 4,500 acre non-gated neighborhood with attractive homes built by the finest custom home builders in Wilmington NC. Meadow The streets are wide with curbed sidewalks. Meadow Park is the community's off-leash dog park. Decorative fishing lakes and Community Commons are more fun places for property owners hang out together. The Community Commons features a glass enclosed meeting space with kitchen, event lawn and fishing pond with gazebo. This where the residents of Brunswick Forest host their annual Italian Festival and other community events. At the Town Creek River Launch, a floating dock and boat launch are in place now.
Connecting to the neighborhood, The Villages at Brunswick Forest is home to retailers, restaurants and businesses making the community one of the top places to live in North Carolina. Lowes Foods, New Hanover Regional Medical Center and CVS Pharmacy are anchor tenants in this 500,000 square foot professional retail complex. A variety of themed neighborhoods have been perfectly designed in one of the area's most respected North Carolina coastal communities. Over 1,400 families have been welcomed to date. Brunswick Forest homes for sale include traditional bungalows, single family homes, cottage homes, villas, townhomes and duets. If you prefer to build, lots for sale are available with spacious floor plans designed by the best custom home builders in Wilmington NC. Buyers searching for low maintenance living may find the townhomes and duets at Brunswick Forest a suitable option. When you compare the cost of living against the northeastern states, it's easy to recognize the affordable living found in Brunswick County and near the beautiful North Carolina beaches.
Brunswick Forest's location is special too. Only 10 minutes from historic Wilmington, residents can take a quick trip for fine dining and cultural events along the riverfront. Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Wrightsville Beach are in the same direction, about 25 minutes away. Brunswick Forest is a newer neighborhood enhanced by high quality golf, wellness and river amenities. Cape Fear National makes the neighborhood one of the most attractive Wilmington NC golf communities. The partnership between Brunswick Forest's and UNCW provides residents plenty of educational and social events within the community. Town Creek Elementary, Leland Middle School, North Brunswick High School and Roger Bacon Academy are the closest best schools to Brunswick Forest.
Large Main clubhouse and small Shelmore facility are nice but woefully insufficient for community of this size. Probably more so even after completion of last "mid-size" pool/clubhouse" given final build out is not complete (now ~4200 homes?, plans keep changing) since it seemed existing facilities were often "max'ed out" at ~2000 homes.