Wilmington is our life long hometown and we can assist you with any questions or requests about Wilmington NC real estate or Wilmington NC homes for sale. Our clients benefit from our knowledge, integrity, decades of experience as real life long Realtors, and a thorough understanding of the residential real estate market. Whether you are thinking of selling or buying a new home, condo, townhome, vacation home, golf course property, waterfront home, horse property, land or something in between, please allow Kay Baker Associates of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage to provide you the best service every step of the way. If you are searching for Wilmington NC real estate, Wrightsville Beach real estate, Landfall real estate, Figure Eight Island,NC real estate, Carolina Beach, real estate, Kure Beach, real estate, Hampstead, NC real estate, Leland, real estate or New Hanover, Pender & Brunswick Counties real estate, you have found the perfect website to locate your dreamhome. We cannot speak highly enough about the real estate in Wilmington, NC and the properties that we represent.
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Wilmington has been ranked by the Milken Institute for the 6th position on its Top performing cities list. This list is comprised of the Top cities for their job and economic growth.
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Here you will discover the beauty and charm of Wilmington and area beaches. This unique paradise that is my life long home is awaiting you and your family. The Cape Fear region\'s many miles of coastline, rivers and sounds offer a wide variety of fishing, watersports, and boating activities. Quite a few harbors are within minutes.
With the mild climate, recreational opportunities abound in the area including many golf courses that are playable year round.We know you\'ll enjoy life in our beautiful corner of North Carolina. We believe it\'s one of the most inviting and friendly areas in the country.
Wilmington is blessed with a beautiful and extensive historic district with magnificent and stately oaks that are draped with Spanish moss. Azaleas and Oleanders abound and many homes have extensive gardens, some of which are opened to the public during the Azalea Festival.
History and architecture have combined to allow 230 blocks of downtown to be placed on the National Register of Historic Districts. This city has seen a lof of history and it is fortunate that so much of it has been preserved or restored so meticulously in the downtown area. Some of the buildings are from the 1700s. The architecture represented covers Antebellum, Greek Revival, Queen Anne and periods in between.
There are many beautiful beach communities that we have come to love and enjoy such as Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Topsail Beach, Surf City, North Topsail Beach, Oak Island, Bald Head Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach, Sunset Beach and Figure Eight Island, which front on the always captivating Atlantic Ocean.
Wilmington is in a temperate climate zone and the winds off the Atlantic, due the Gulf Stream effect, help keep winter temperatures moderate. However, there are four seasons and their transitions usually are spectacular. Extreme temperatures occasionally occur in both winter and summer, but typically, the average low temperature in January is around 36 degrees Fahrenheit and the August high is around 90.
The wonderful climate and proximity to rivers, lakes and the Atlantic seashore are factors in the population growth. Another factor has to do with the location being a natural trade center. New Hanover county is a good location for comfortable living and a thriving business environment. The proof is in the numbers and the population grew from 120 thousand in 1990 to 160 thousand in the 2000 US Census. It is projected to reach 197 thousand. The city of Wilmington\'s population is growing steadily and in 2002 it was 90,000. The population for the neighboring counties are Brunswick, 84,575; Pender 41,082; and Columbus, 54,703. Although New Hanover is smaller than its neighboring counties, it is much more densely populated. It has nineteen incorporated municipalities, more than any other county in North Carolina.