Neighborhood Review: The Southern Charm of Autumn Hall
Autumn Hall is one of the Wilmington area’s newest residential communities. Situated on 236 acres, which were originally purchased by the Trask family in the 1950s, this upscale community is designed from the ground up to be a traditional “Southern gathering place.”
Here, we provide a thorough neighborhood review of Autumn Hall.
Construction in Autumn Hall began in 2010, and while there is still a lot to be done before it is finished, the community has very strong bones. The area is zone MX, which means it will be a mixed-use community. Along with luxurious single family homes, the community also features a senior apartment complex, assisted living apartments, and a variety of commercial entities and office spaces.
By being a mixed-use community, residents can take advantage of quick and easy access to a whole host of services, stores, and more. With the addition of senior-friendly accommodations, Autumn Hall will be perfectly suited to provide you with an excellent quality of life through every phase of your life.
At Autumn Hall, residents have the benefit of enjoying a traditional coastal lifestyle, set among some of Wilmington’s most scenic natural landscapes and the community’s picturesque eight-acre lake. When complete, Autumn Hall will feature 250 homes, 11 parks, community recreational resources like a swimming pool, and tennis courts.
Home Sales and Tax Information for Autumn Hall
The median sale price for finished homes in Autumn Hall is approximately $628,000 with the prices ranging from $480K to $790K. Lot prices range from $170K to $225K. If you’re interested in purchasing a lot and building your own home using your own custom builder, then architectural styles must match the Cape Fear style. This type of home is expected to feature large, airy porches, outdoor living spaces, iron railings, etc. Companies building in Autumn Hall include North State Custom Builders, the Doster Building Company, the Hardison Building Company, Herrington Homes, Paragon Custom Homes, and Red Star Construction Company.
Taxes in this community include Wilmington city (46 cents per $100 valuation) and New Hanover County (55.4 cents per $100 valuation) taxes. The community is managed by Premier Property Management. Currently, the HOA dues are $100 a month, which covers common area taxes, the pool, tennis, and common area maintenance.
Nearby Attractions and Amenities
Autumn Hall is located just a mile and a half from Wrightsville Beach where you can enjoy many outdoor activities including walking “the loop,” stand-up paddleboarding, boating, surfing, or just relaxing on the beach. Also, this community is about a 5 minute drive to Mayfaire, where you can find the best shopping in Wilmington, a movie theater, several restaurants to enjoy, and every other amenity you may need, such as a grocery store, bank, craft store, and more.
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