Dogwood Lakes is a medium size neighborhood off Highway 17 in Hampstead. It has roughly 150 homes that were built between 2010 and 2020. There are still a few empty lots, but they have all been purchased, just not developed yet.
Colonials style homes out number single story homes, but both are prevalent in the community, many built with the popular craftsman style. [This is a little confusing. Colonial style homes are different from craftsman style. Are you referring to the single story houses when you mention craftsman?] Most of the properties sit on roughly a third of an acre, and range in size from 1,600 square feet to 4,000 square feet.
Popular home features in the neighborhood include open floor plans, curved staircases, two story foyers, crown molding, coffered ceilings, wainscoting, bonus and media rooms, screened porch, privacy fenced back yards, and gourmet kitchens with islands, large pantries and granite countertops.
Dogwood Lakes gets its name from the small natural lake in the neighborhood. Developers made it the central point of the community and had the forethought to build a lakeside community pavilion and kayak launch for all residents.
Dogwood Lakes is in the highly rated Topsail School District with students assigned to Surf City Elementary, Surf City Middle and Topsail High School.
In the first half of 2021, a total of four homes sold in the neighborhood with an average price of $357,000.
For up-to-date HOA fees and pricing information, call us at 910-202-4813.