The first thing you notice upon entering Olde Towne is the community message board. It’s really a big dry erase board where owners communicate with one another; block party on Saturday, owners meeting on Tuesday, or maybe a special welcome to the family that just moved in or the new child that was born. For a neighborhood that has no HOA, the message board gives you the sense that Olde Towne is a place that cares about community.
It is located off Highway 133 in Belville, North Carolina. Olde Towne is near Brunswick Riverwalk Park, and the shopping and dining options in downtown Leland and off Highway 17, near the neighborhoods of at Waterford and Magnolia Greens. It is a 10 minute drive to downtown Wilmington and roughly 30 minutes to either Wrightsville Beach or Oak Island.
Olde Town is one of the first communities built in the Belville/ Leland area. The neighborhood is made up of approximately 270 homes. Construction started in 1970 with lots still being developed as recently as 2013.
As you can imagine with that span of time, the houses come in all different shapes, styles and sizes. One common feature is larger than normal lot sizes. Many of the homes in Olde Towne sit on a half-acre or more with the largest lots measuring close to two acres.
Although the community lacks amenities, it does have its own park. Olde Towne Park is owned and operated by the neighborhood. The park includes picnic area, shared green space and a small playground.
So far in 2021, a total of eight homes have sold in the neighborhood for an average price of $253,000.
Olde Towne is located in the Belville Elementary, Leland Middle, and North Brunswick High school districts. For up-to-date HOA fees and pricing information, call us at 910-202-4813.