Tuesday, October 26, 2010

2309 North Lumina Ave, Wrightsville Beach

Hardee Hunt and Williams is listing a Wrightsville Beach Property located at 2309 North Lumina Ave, Unit C.  This is a 2 story, 3 bedroom condo in the Cordgrass Bay area.  It has secluded decks, an enclosed garage and covered parking.

The marsh front location offers views of the Intracoastal Waterway, sound front beach access, and a short walk to the ocean.  Cordgrass Bay provides amenities including a clubhouse, tennis courts, and an outdoor pool.  This Wrightsville Beach condo comes fully furnished and is move-in ready!

Please contact Hardee Hunt and Williams Wrightsville Beach Real Estate Company at 800-852-1605.

Also - you can find videos of our other featured properties at www.YouTube.com/user/HardeeHuntWilliams.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Sea Turtle Nesting in Wrightsville Beach

As Sea Turtle nesting season draws to a close around this time of year, we can reflect on how wonderful it is that our beaches are a destination for Sea Turtle species to lay their eggs.

The safety and success of those nests depends largely on dedicated volunteers who patrol the beaches looking for signs of a nest, block off areas of the beach where a nest is suspected or has been confirmed in order to protect the nest, and help the hatchlings make their way safely to the sea.  These volunteers are active in the early morning hours, before most of the beach-goers arrive on the strand, looking for signs of "turtle prints" leading from the dunes to the water.

Female Loggerhead Sea Turtles make their way to our shores in the nighttime between May and August, creating a nest deep in the sand up by the dunes and depositing up to 120 eggs in their nest before heading back to sea.  Volunteers turn out in the first morning light to look for signs of sea turtle tracks in the sand.  Once the beaches start filling up with visitors and the tide starts moving up, these tracks are easily erased and the sea turtle nest can go undetected.  If a potential nest is spotted, volunteers can stake out the nest area and do everything they can to ensure it's protected.  This is such an important job because of how busy our beaches become during Sea Turtle nesting season. 

Wrightsville Beach and southeastern North Carolina is privileged to be home to the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center.  This organization helps coordinate Sea Turtle Volunteers throughout the area and works so hard to protect nests and hatchlings and rehabilitate sick or injured sea turtles for release back to sea.  We are even home to a Sea Turtle Marine Biology Camp for teens to come and learn about Sea Turtles and coastal marine sciences.

To learn more about the Sea Turtle Project and about the Wrightsville Beach area, please contact Hardee Hunt and Williams Wrightsville Beach Real Estate Company: 800-852-1605

Monday, October 11, 2010

Wrightsville Beach Pet Rules

The Dog Days of Fall and Winter
Dogs throughout the Wilmington, NC area are rejoicing that they can go back to the beach.  For the safety, well-being, and convenience of all beach-goers, Wrightsville Beach has strict laws regarding pets on the town beaches. 
  • No dogs allowed on the beach from April through September
  • Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach from October through March
  • Pet waste must be cleaned up island-wide
The fines for not abiding by these rules is $250.00 on first offense (no first warnings!).  The Wrightsville Beach Board of Alderman moved to this fine structure when they found that town officials were issuing hundreds of warnings and violations kept increasing.

The town of Wrightsville Beach loves our furry friends but needs to ensure the safety and comfort of all residents and visitors.

And now it's October, so.... Welcome Back Doggies!  Enjoy!

Thursday, October 7, 2010


16 Oceanic Street, Wrightsville Beach

Hardee Hunt and Williams is featuring a Wrightsville Beach property at 16 Oceanic Street in the Oceanic Townhouses.

This is a 2 story, updated townhouse in Wrightsville Beach just steps from the ocean.  The view from the upstairs front porch is worth the asking price alone.

This unit is a colorful, quaint 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with a 2 car attached garage and 2 front porches.  The location is amazing - oceanfront and just a couple blocks from the Banks Channel Bridge, shopping, and dining.

The asking price on this townhouse is $749,000.  What an amazing opportunity to own real estate in Wrightsville Beach!  Whether it's for a vacation home, investment property, or primary residence, 16 Oceanic Street is a great buy.

Contact Hardee Hunt and Williams to learn more about this property or other Wrightsville Beach Real Estate: 800-852-1605.
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