Best Master Planned Communities in the Southeast
Wilmington, North Carolina (PRWEB) July 15, 2015
Don’t let the summer pass by without considering a move to one of the best cities in North Carolina, Wilmington. Senses will come alive as folks taste, touch, and tour all that Wilmington has to offer. The 300 year old port city is home to several historical gems that will delight the history buff inside. From its intriguing museums, to the city’s diverse architectural structures and rich history, Wilmington is a family-friendly favorite. The Cape Fear River which winds into the beach towns of Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Wrightsville Beach, is another draw for folks longing to live in the south. Home to year round mild weather, it’s no wonder Wilmington’s coastal retirement communities are popular with retirees and Boomers.
Cypress Pointe is the area’s newest neighborhood at Brunswick Forest offering classic southern style homes with a mix of elegant charm. From August 7th through August 9th, folks are invited to the Cypress Pointe Gala event to see why the how one of best master planned communities has done it again. Here’s a look at what’s on tap for the weekend:
- A progressive party centered around the model court of six fabulous homes in Cypress Pointe by six prestigious members of our Builder Team; hosted by lovely Southern belles and featuring entertainment and refreshments
- On Friday evening, August 7, the chance to make new friends at a reception featuring low country cuisine and Carolina cocktails, plus regional entertainment
- On Saturday evening, August 8, kick off the shoes and dance the evening away at an open-air concert in Brunswick Forest's Annsdale Park with a packed picnic basket provided
- Luxury accommodations for two through the community’s Discovery Package
- Personalized tours of Brunswick Forest and privileges at all the amenities
- Golf for two on Cape Fear National through the Discovery Package, a Golfweek magazine 'must-play' course
- Sight-seeing tours of historic Wilmington's beautiful beaches and attractions
“Just beautiful”, is how residents of Wilmington’s Brunswick Forest describe their debt free community. Real Estate Scorecard believes the friendly folk coupled with inspired southern living is what makes the neighborhoods one of the best master planned communities in North Carolina. But don’t just listen to them. Current residents will be on hand to welcome future families to Brunswick Forest and share their experiences. What better way to forge new relationships than over delicious food, fun, and fellowship? Social gatherings like this happen all the time. There is so much for retirees and young families to do at Brunswick Forest. With over 1,400 families of all ages in the neighborhood, it’s clear why many want to call this friendly community home.
If fitness and fun are on the daily agenda, folks will find lots of options at Brunswick Forest. From the beautiful championship golf course, to miles and miles of walking trails, and kayaking. These are just some of the fun and wellness activities available to the folks who live here. When hosting family and out of town guests, residents don’t have to worry about traveling too far to find live entertainment and foodie venues. Just hop over the Cape Fear bridge into downtown Wilmington and folks will find there’s something for every age group. From museums to chic boutiques, the urban waterfront city is fun to explore in one of the best cities in North Carolina.
For folks exploring where to retire in one of the best cities in North Carolina, why not start with one of the best? Take Brunswick Forest up on their warm southern invite and attend the 3-day, 2 night gala event at Cypress Pointe, a superb example of well planned coastal retirement communities and southern living.
Call Brunswick Forest direct 877-588-4313 to check on Discovery Package availability.
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