380 Brunswick Drive NW, Calabash, North Carolina 28467
All Ages Resort of Brunswick Plantation Caters to Baby Boomers and Retirees and Boasts Three Golf Courses, a Tennis Center, Manicured Open Spaces and a Variety of Home Styles
Launched by the Caw Caw Land Corporation in 1991, the gated resort community of Brunswick Plantation spreads across 1,750 manicured acres of prime coastal Carolina land. The development is not an age-restricted 55+ community but is age-targeted, meaning that it markets to empty nesters, baby boomers and retirees. Most residents are age 45 or better.
More than 1,000 town homes, condominiums, and custom single family homes populate the plantation. At build out, there should be 2,000 or more residences. The condos start at around 750 square feet with one bedroom and one bath and are in buildings with three stories. Most town homes and single family homes have three bedrooms and two baths. Custom homes have up to 3,000 square feet and four bedrooms. The town homes have brick and vinyl exteriors, while the single family homes come in a variety of styles and colors. Energy efficient building practices are prevalent, as are golf course and lake views.
Condominium prices start well below $100,000. Town home prices begin in the mid-$100,000s, and single family home prices start in the high-$100,000s. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they are bound to change. The property owners association has almost 1,800 members and currently operates at a surplus.
Residents enjoy has three golf courses. The 27 holes were designed by Willard Byrd and feature Bermuda grass greens. The golf club has a full pro shop as well as a bar and grill. Brunswick plantation has four other clubhouses, too, some with a library, a card rooms, or a ballroom. The community manages seven swimming pools, a tennis center and an exercise spa. Residents have formed recreational groups based on the love of kayaking, biking, hunting, and fishing. For those who need more golf, more than 100 courses in the area.
Brunswick Plantation is minutes from the small fishing village of Calabash. Myrtle Beach and Sunset Beach are also in the neighborhood. The Brunswick Islands are packed with lighthouses, museums, marinas, boat ramps, and pristine shorelines. The nearby Waccamaw National Refuge is open for fishing and wildlife viewing.
Calabash does not have an accredited hospital, but Grand Strand Regional Medical Center is accredited and is 16 miles away in Myrtle Beach.
Summer temperatures are in the 80s and 90s, and winter temperatures are in 40s, 50s and 60s. On average, the receives 52 inches of rain per year.
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