Sure, there’s a bit of movie magic there, but what you’ll see onscreen is pretty much what you’ll see in real life,” says Rosado, who has been specializing in Southport and St. James Plantation homes for sale for over a decade.
Southport, NC (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
With the recent release of “Safe Haven,” the film based on the bestselling Nicholas Sparks novel of the same title, attention is being drawn to its setting, the town of Southport. The movie serves as something of a showcase of the town and what makes it a great place to live, according to Southport, NC real estate expert Victor Rosado.
“This isn’t the first time that Southport has served as a backdrop for a film,” says Rosado. “Our town has been making movie appearances since the ‘80s and if you’ve seen ‘Safe Haven,’ then you’ll know why. When it comes to natural beauty and historic charm, Southport just can’t be beat!”
Located in Brunswick County in coastal North Carolina, Southport has appeared in quite a few movies and shows over the years. These include “Crimes of the Heart” (1987), “I Know What You Did Last Summer” (1997), “A Walk To Remember” (2002), and the TV series “Revenge.” In “Safe Haven,” it once again charms audiences and has made area residents doubly proud of their community.
“Sure, there’s a bit of movie magic there, but what you’ll see onscreen is pretty much what you’ll see in real life,” says Rosado, who has been specializing in Southport and St. James Plantation real estate for sale for over a decade. “What’s more, the author Nicholas Sparks really set out to shine a spotlight on our area since he loves it here so much.”
Apart from St. James Plantation, Rosado and his team also serve other nearby areas. They are among Southport’s leading real estate professionals and have been responsible for more than a few successful Caswell Beach, Oak Island and Bald Head Island home sales.
For more information on the Southport area and Rosado and his team’s services, visit http://www.Vics-Picks.com or get in touch with them directly.