Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Station One Condos in Wrightsville Beach, N.C. at 95 South Lumina Avenue for Sale Through Hardee Hunt and Williams Real Estate

Hardee Hunt and Williams real estate company has two oceanfront Station One Condos for sale at 95 South Lumina Avenue in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina in the Wilmington area MLS.  Features include HOA maintenance and security as well as an oceanfront pool, clubhouse, and private tennis court.

Wrightsville Beach, N.C., November 2011 -- Lucky homebuyers now have the opportunity to purchase an oceanfront Station One condo in Wrightsville Beach, N.C. at 95 South Lumina Avenue.  Hardee Hunt and Williams real estate company currently has two condo units for sale in the Wilmington area MLS, Unit 1-I and Unit 8-J.  Both are two bedroom, two bath condos in one of the finest oceanfront communities at Wrightsville Beach, with a beachfront location just over the Causeway Drive bridge.

Station One Condos are close to the heart of downtown Wrightsville Beach and offer an ideal balance of excitement, community, and a beach getaway destination.  As a primary residence or vacation home, Station One Condos offer a wonderful location with amenities to help make your life easier.  The well managed HOA provides excellent maintenance and security as well as access to the oceanfront pool, clubhouse, basketball and tennis courts. All residents have a secure entry and elevator access.

Unit 8-J at Station One Condos in Wrightsville Beach is now being offered at a drastic price reduction.  The 1,200 square foot top floor oceanfront unit is fully furnished, ideal as a full or part-time residence or as an investment opportunity for vacation rentals.  The asking price is now $509,000.

Unit 1-I features an oceanfront master bedroom and oceanfront living area, all fully furnished.  The kitchen and dining areas also offer amazing ocean views.  Ample parking and lush landscaping round out this Wrightsville Beach living experience.  The asking price on this unit is now $575,000.

Hardee Hunt and Williams, a boutique Wrightsville Beach real estate company, is the selling agent for Station One Condos.  They specialize in this unique beach community including the oceanfront Station One Condos and Duneridge Resort Condos, as well as the properties in nearby Landfall and Figure Eight Island.  The agents at Hardee Hunt and Williams all hold the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation, one of the most sought-after and respected designations available to the real estate professional.

For complete listing details, visit http://www.HardeeHuntandWilliams.com and to learn more about Station One Condos in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., including floor plans and photos, visit http://www.StationOneCondos.com.


Ace Cofer
Hardee Hunt & Williams
Lic: 255168   
602 Causeway Dr
Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480


Friday, November 25, 2011

Visit Enchanted Airlie Gardens Through Nov. and Dec.

For a magically enchanted evening, come to beautiful Airlie Gardens this holiday season. Stroll through the gardens at your own pace while enjoying live seasonal music, beautiful winter flowers, festive light displays throughout the gardens, a visit with Santa, and much more!

A special exhibit returning this year, "LEGOS" at Enchanted Airlie offers visitors a trip down memory lane with a display made entirely out of those colorful plastic bricks we all knew and loved as children. Last year's display used more than 150,000 bricks and set the record for the largest crowd to see a single LEGO display in the US!

Enchanted Airlie runs on the following dates:
11/25, 11/26, 12/1, 12/2, 12/3, 12/8, 12/9, 12/10, 12/15, 12/16, 12/17, 12/19, 12/20 and 12/21

Viewings are offered twice each evening:
5-7 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.  Find ticket information and event details at Enchanted Airlie.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

28th Annual NC Holiday Flotilla, Nov 25 & 26 2011

If you've missed out on the other 27 NC Holiday Flotillas, be sure to mark your calendars this year for the holiday event of the year!

Not your ordinary Christmas parade, the 28th Annual NC Holiday Flotilla spans two days, hosting a variety of other events including the Launch Party at The Blockade Runner Resort we well as the Festival In The Park.

The "Anchors Away" Launch Party will be held on Nov. 25, 2011 from 7-11 p.m. Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased online at www.ncholidayflotilla.org/Events/LaunchParty/tabid/84/Default.aspx.

The Festival in the Park will take place the following day at Wrightsville Beach Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is a family-friendly event. The trademark of the festival - the lighted boat parade - will begin Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011 at 6 p.m.

As a grand finale, a spectacular fireworks show will end the evening with a bang!

The grand prize for 2011's lighted boat parade will be $5,000 cash, and more than $7,500 in cash prizes will also be awarded. For details on the parade and related events, visit the NC Holiday Flotilla website.

Monday, November 21, 2011

7th Annual Turkey Trot at The Wrightsville Beach Loop

Bring your family, friends and neighbors to Wilmington, North Carolina's 7th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot and give thanks to your community! One of the largest Thanksgiving Day events around the country, the annual Turkey Trot is a great way to begin your holiday season.

The Wilmington Turkey Trot and Gobbler Fun Run/Walk will be held at the Wrightsville Beach "Loop" on Thursday, November 24th, 2011. Registration begins at 7:30 am at the Town Park and Gazebo, rain or shine. You can also register online at www.WilmingtonTurkeyTrot.com.

  • Turkey Trot - 2.4 miles
  • Gobbler Fun Run/Walk - 1 mile
  • Free for kids 10 and under
  • T-Shirts to first 300 entrants
  • All proceeds benefit Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity
So come on out and make some new friends while making room for your Thanksgiving feast!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

NC Surf to Sound Challenge, Wrightsville Beach

(Photo from NCPressRelease.com)
The Wrightsville Beach Paddle Club will be hosting a Waterman's Expo and three standup paddle races this weekend. The anticipated weather forecast looks great for the event and paddlers are pumped for this elite challenge.

The events begin with a welcome reception on Friday, November 18, 2011 from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m., with races to take place the following day. (Alternate weather date November 20th).

The day's events will kick off with the Kids Race at 9 a.m. followed by the Elite Surf to Sound Challenge at 10 and finally the Intermediate Harbor Island Challenge at 10:30. The Waterman's Expo will take place that afternoon, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and admission is free. 

Those interested in racing can choose to register online for either the Surf to Sound Challenge (6.5 miles) or the Harbor Island Outer Loop (4 miles). The latter is perfect for intermediate and less experienced paddlers while the former is geared toward advanced paddlers. Registration for the Kids Race is free for children 12 and under. Proceeds benefit FOR Masonboro Island (http://formasonboroisland.org).

Get more information on the NC Surf to Sound Challenge or register online at www.eventbrite.com/event/2252332788.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Wrightsville Beach, NC Beach Rules

Although we've said farewell to summer, that doesn't mean we have to stay confined indoors! Wrightsville Beach is such a popular place among locals that even after the summer heat subsides, visitors continue to flock to this special place. With fewer crowds and quieter shores, Wrightsville Beach in autumn is a fabulous place to relax and unwind. If you decide to visit this lovely beach, it is important to be aware of the rules and regulations that are in place to maintain the area's environmental and aesthetic qualities. Here is a quick look at some things to remember while enjoying Wrightsville Beach:

Alcohol: Public consumption of alcohol, as well as carrying an open container of alcohol, is prohibited year-round.

Animals: Dog-owners will be happy to know that from October 1st through March 30th, their furry companions are allowed on the beach, as long as they are on a leash. From April 1st through September 30th, no animals are allowed on the beach.  (See also: Wrightsville Beach Pet Rules)

Bicycles: Bicycling can be a great way to get around the town of Wrightsville Beach. To stay in compliance with the state and town bicycling regulations, make sure you adhere to these rules. Bicycling on any sidewalk in town is prohibited. “The Loop” is included in this restriction, as it is a sidewalk. Every person operating a bicycle is required to ride as near to the right hand side of the roadway as possible. Persons riding bicycles upon a roadway shall not ride more than two abreast. Finally, North Carolina law requires every person under 16 years old to wear an approved bicycle helmet when operating a bicycle. 

Fishing: Fishing is not allowed from any of the bridges in Wrightsville Beach, including the Banks Channel bridges. Places that allow fishing include Johnny Mercer's Pier, some hotels that have sound-side piers and charter fishing boats that offer everything from fly fishing in the sounds to marlin fishing in the gulf stream. Fall can be a fantastic time for surf fishing, as well!

Fireworks: Although some fireworks are legal in North Carolina, setting off fireworks in Wrightsville Beach is highly discouraged due to building density and the potential fire hazard. Fireworks also produce litter, which can spoil our beautiful coastline and potentially harm native plants and animals. Town ordinance prohibits open flames on any public property.

Litter: No bottles, fires or cooking devices are allowed at any time. There are plenty of trash receptacles located along the strand and visitors are encouraged to utilize them to keep the beach litter-free.

Noise: It is unlawful to create any unreasonably loud, disturbing sound levels within the town.

Sea Turtles: For years, sea turtles have chosen Wrightsville Beach as a place to lay their eggs. It is illegal to harass or disturb the sea turtles or their nests. For more information on Wrightsville Beach sea turtles or to volunteer with the Wrightsville Beach Sea Turtle Project, visit turtles.wrightsville-beach.info. (See also: Sea Turtle Nests in Wrightsville Beach)

Vegetation: The removal of sea oats or other vegetation is prohibited year-round.

Vehicles: No vehicles are allowed on the beach strand or the berm system year-round.

Surfing:  To help maintain the safety of all beach patrons, surfers must be securely attached to their board with a “leash.” For complete details, visit towb.org/Surfing/tabid/62/Default.aspx.(See also: Wrightsville Beach Voted a Top Ten Best Place to Learn to Surf)

Parking: Metered parking is in effect from March 1st through October 31st. Meter rates are $2.00/hour. Parking is enforced from 9am to 6pm. For more information, visit towb.org/Parking/tabid/61/Default.aspx.

Following these rules and guidelines will not only help ensure the safety of visitors and the environment, it will allow Wrightsville Beach to remain a beautiful and fun place to live and play for many years to come.

Are you considering investing in Wrightsville Beach real estate? Contact Hardee Hunt and Williams real estate company at 910-256-6998.
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