Anderson Creek Club

125 Whispering Pines Drive, Spring Lake, North Carolina 28390



Gated North Carolina Community of Anderson Creek Club Has a Pretty Setting and Two Age-Targeted Neighborhoods

Anderson Creek Club is a lush 1,700-acre planned golf community situated in the midst of a North Carolina pine forest five minutes from Fort Bragg and 45 minutes southwest of Raleigh. This is a rural area and home sites are wooded. Ponds, waterfalls, nature trails, quaint gazebos and parks are scattered throughout the development. This is very private development, and the gated, red brick entrance house is manned. Visitors are screened by the guards or must use the security phone to gain access to the community.



Nineteen distinct neighborhoods give buyers plenty of options. The two sections that cater to people age 55+ are Carriage Creek and Carriage Glen. Each has single family homes starting in the mid-$200,000s. Please verify this price with a Realtor as it may change. Home sites are also for sale.

This community has a reputation for well-built homes, and it is popular with military families and retirees. Most residences are near one of the 19 well-stocked fishing ponds, one of the 23 parks or the golf course. Fees include neighborhood fees and an HOA fee.


The hallmark of this community is the semi-private Davis Love III-designed golf course which includes a 10,000 square foot putting green. The course operates as a non-equity facility with memberships available to residents (proper golf attire is required).

In addition to the award-winning golf course, residents enjoy an elegant clubhouse that features a 19th hole restaurant and bar, a fitness room, a library and a golf pro shop. There is also a community center with tennis courts, swimming pool, a basketball court, a croquet course, a volleyball court, a soccer field, a sheltered picnic area, shuffleboard, horseshoes, as well as playgrounds for kids.

Ocean beaches are roughly four hours away, and the Sandhills area of North Carolina, famous for golf courses, is just on the other side of Ft. Bragg.

Spring Lake does not have a hospital, but Cape Fear Valley Hospital is just a few miles away in Fayetteville and is accredited by the Joint Commission.

This area has hot, humid summers with temperatures in 80s and 90s and mild winters with temperatures in 30, 40s and 50s. On average, 45 inches of rain and 4 inches of snow fall each year.


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