The classic architectural details of your residence are an important focus of Dock Street Communities, as is the comfort and beauty of the green spaces and streetscape surrounding your home.-test
Residents of Seaside Village will have the opportunity to live in a traditional neighborhood development geared for people who enjoy being outside and walking through a neighborhood which seems like it has been in place for hundreds of years, and who don‘t necessarily want to drive their cars to each and every one of their daily destinations.
test – Welcome to today’s “Main Street USA”–at the Beach! The Seaside Village at Sunset Beach, North Carolina is an exciting new “Lifestyle Center” community which offers its residents a place to play, work, entertain, or just plain relax. The concept of Seaside Village is to recreate a setting similar to the historic “Main Streets” of towns like Wilmington and Charleston.
Located on the mainland near the Village center of the southern most barrier island along the North Carolina coastline, these homes are designed for a family that wants to enjoy one of the most pristine beaches along the Atlantic seaboard.
A short five minute drive over the high rise bridge and the tidal marsh you arrive on the barrier Island of Sunset Beach. Here you will appreciate the wide sloping beach made of natural white sugar sand to enjoy the gentle surf, sun bathing, flying a kite, swimming, shelling, fishing, surfing or just taking a walk on the fishing pier talking with the locals. There is FREE public and paid private parking, a handicap ramp with a gazebo at the pier, air conditioned bathrooms and a showers for rinsing off. You can rent a bicycle or walk down to the North Carolina Coastal
Reserve of Bird Island to look for shells, leave a message in the Kindred Spirits mailbox and enjoy the serenity there.
We encourage you to come and visit us to see for yourself the opportunity that awaits you at Seaside Village at Sunset Beach, North Carolina.
Sunset Beach is a quaint town nestled in the Brunswick Islands of North Carolina. Only a short drive from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Sunset Beach offers residents many of the amenities of its southern neighbor, but with more of a village appeal, and with a slower, calmer pace.