Along the southern coast of North Carolina is the well-known fishing village of Calabash. Referred to as the "Seafood Capital of the World" this community has been known for its fine quality of fresh shrimp and fish as well as over 30 restaurants in the area.
Calabash is a popular area that babyboomers are targeting for their retirement years and not just because of the abundance of real estate but also because the cost of living is less expensive here. Located a short distance from two beautiful beaches, Calabash real estate includes condos, villas, plantation homes, golf course properties and building lots.
We have homes for sale in the beautiful upscale Devaun Park. Award winning coastal courtyard homes are inspired by the charming row homes found in Charleston. Meeting Park Condominium Residences are uniquely designed and provide the next generation of condo living. Meeting Park Townhome Residences are well appointed private homes designed to deliver a live of ease.
If you prefer to live in a golf or plantation community, we have properties in Meadowlands, Oak Ridge Plantation, and Spring Mill - Somerset, all of which are in pristine condition and come with an assortment of amenities specific to each. For those wishing to build their dream home from the group up, we have many lots for sale in Calabash just waiting for you. Once you move to the Calabash countryside you'll wonder why you didn't move here sooner.
Everything you need is in close proximity when you call Calabash home. The community has a fire department, banks, medical and dental offices, schools, churches, post office, stores, and plenty of golf courses. Many residents enjoy the fleet of shrimp boats and fishing boats coming and going into Calabash every day, as well as a beautiful view of the Calabash River from nearly anywhere you are.
Residents of Calabash have a variety of entertainment venues available to them. There are championship golf courses, sportfishing charter companies, eco day tours, an equestrian center, and more. A short drive to the south will take you across the South Carolina border and close to Myrtle Beach where you'll have access to enjoying the numerous water parks, concerts, live theater, shopping, amusement parks and close to 2,000 restaurants. Drive north in the other direction and you'll come to the historic city of Wilmington, NC, where the USS North Carolina Battleship resides and many local events are always taking place. Both Myrtle Beach and Wilmington offer airports making travel by plane easy and convenient.