Hunter's Point - New homes in Brunswick and the Golden Isles of Georgia

Real Estate Broker/Owner with DR Horton BK3273954

The staff of Chapman Realty welcomes you and your family to visit one of Brunswick, Georgia's newest communities, Hunter's Point. Hunter's Point offers ½ acre and larger lots in an area with landscaped entrance with brick monuments and white fencing, streetlights, curb, gutter and underground utilities.  Standards in these homes include stucco and tabby exteriors, front and rear porches, ceramic tile floors, custom cabinetry, master suite with garden tub and separate shower, cultured marble vanities, fireplaces and more. The lawns are landscaped and offer irrigation systems.  

Glynn County has a very diverse economy made up of tourism, a growing port facility, a Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, industrial plants and a healthy mix of retirees. The area enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate. The average temperature is 68.4 degrees and average rainfall of 54.7 inches per year. Glynn County offers over 14 miles of beaches and 225 holes of golf, boating and historical sites. For more information call 1-877-221-0088.


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Donna Yates
BHGRE - Metro Brokers - Blue Ridge, GA
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I'm glad to see a post about the Glynn county area.  I keep thinking I should move there but I do love the north Georgia mountains.  A home in both places would be ideal.
Jun 16, 2007 07:15 PM #1
Julie Chapman
DR Horton - Ormond Beach, FL
New Homes Sales Ormond, New Smyrna, Daytona Be
Since my only vacations are white water rafting typically (since I live at the beach), I agree with you wholeheartedly.  It is like two completely different worlds yet not to far to drive and be able to enjoy both.  Our area offers 14 miles of beaches, all the golf and water sports you would like to enjoy, historical sites, festivals throughout the year and basically no traffic.........
Jun 17, 2007 01:14 AM #2
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