St. James Plantation
4006 St. James Drive, Southport, North Carolina 28461
Along the North Carolina Coast, Amentity-Rich St. James Plantation is Popular with Baby Boomers and Boasts Five Neighborhoods, a Variety of Home Styles and a Wide Range of Prices
St. James Plantation spreads across 6,000 acres of tidal creeks, salt marshes and scenic coast along the southern North Carolina coast. Only thirty miles from Wilmington and four miles from Southport, St. James opened its doors in 1991 and incorporated as a town in 1999. It is now home to more than 4,500 people and is the fastest selling community in the Carolinas. Although St. James is open to all ages, it markets itself to empty nesters, baby boomers and retirees.
The development has five distinct neighborhoods and three gated entrances. Residences include condominiums, town homes, cottages and single family houses. Cottages at Seaside and Regency Lakes are low maintenance sections with a wealth of floor plan options. The Harbor Walk neighborhood features luxurious condominiums along the St. James Marina. Most of the Plantation's homes have a garage, an optional patio, a master bath and a study.
Prices for condominiums begin in the low-$100,000s, and cottages start in the mid-$200,000s. Single family homes and custom designs can vary from the low-$200,000s to the millions. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.
Residents at St. James Plantation have access to four on-site restaurants, 81 holes of golf, two complete cardio fitness centers, clay and hard-surface tennis courts, pools, community gardens, as well walking and biking trails. The plantation's private beach club has a boardwalk, gazebo, and shower area. The St. James Marina and Marketplace is a full-service protected facility with deep-water passage to the Intracoastal Waterway.
Homeowners can also partake in Southport's amenities. These include big box retail, specialty shops, wineries, galleries, a community college, and a community theater. Riverboat crewmen, shrimpers and Civil War blockade runners have all left their mark on this fishing village over the years, and Southport still reaches out to Intracoastal Waterway boatmen with its tall Pilots River Tower. It is a working town and always has been, although these days more people manage shops than manage fishing boats.
Dosher Memorial Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission.
This area has hot, humid summers with temperatures in 80s and 90s and and mild winters temperatures in 40s, 50, 60s. On average, it receives 55 inches of rain per year.
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