Waterford of the Carolina’s is one of the largest residential communities in the tri-county area. It is measures nearly 600 acres and contains more than 1,000 homes. Located off Highway 17 in Leland, North Carolina, it is approximately a 10 minute drive to downtown Wilmington.
Considered a “sister neighborhood” to Magnolia Greens (there is a street that connects the two communities,) the two neighborhoods have distinctly different vibes. Waterford is built around a chain of man-made canals, providing a large number of home owners with water views. Think tropical and imagine hundreds of palm trees. Magnolia Greens is built around a 27-hole golf course. Think traditional Southern and live oak trees.
Waterford of the Carolinas is made up of approximately 19 smaller neighborhoods. Each has its own name, its own identity and own style. Buyers will find townhomes, patio homes and larger estates, almost all with low-maintenance brick or brick and fiberboard cement exteriors. Twelve miles of walking/biking trails and a series of canals and waterways connect all the communities together.
Neighborhood amenities include a clubhouse, large swimming pool, pickleball and tennis courts, bocce ball fields, a playground, fitness center, beach volleyball court and kayak launch. Annual HOA fees run $1,248.
In the first half of 2021, a total of 35 homes sold for an average price of $403,000.
Waterford of the Carolinas is in the Belville Elementary, Leland Middle, North Brunswick High School District.
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