Nolan Formalarie and Coldwell Banker Seacoast Realty gives you Brunswick County Towns and Cities - North Carolina Real Estate. A spotlight focus on Lockwood Folly

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Seacoast

Lockwood Folly

Located on the southernmost tip of the North Carolina coast is where the Lockwood Folly River meets the Intracoastal Waterway. The scenery and quality of life in this 500-acre community is absolutely serene and breath-taking. Picture moss covered hardwoods, beautiful river and waterway views and luscious green vegetation surrounding the perimeter. Live a life of leisure with challenging, yet rewarding golf, a swimming pool overlooking the coast, state-of-the-art tennis and fitness, and numerous other amenities. You can have it all in Lockwood Folly.

 

 

 

Location

Half an hour south of Wilmington, NC and 50 minutes north of Myrtle Beach, SC.
Located on the Intracoastal Waterway with direct Atlantic Ocean Access and 3 minutes from Holden Beach

 
 
 
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Size

Estimated 400-600 single family homes including Condos/Town Homes
Approximately 300-400 constructed homes
Approximately 500-600 acres



Age

Initial construction began in 1985 and first residential homes were built in 1991


Amenities

- A Willard Byrd-designed, 18-hole, championship golf course
Pro Shop, small café
- Community clubhouse with:
- Pool and hot tub overlooking the river and waterway
- Private dock, boat launch
- Waterfront picnic area
- Tennis courts

 

Golf Courses

Four star 18 hole, par 72 Willard Byrd designed course



Lockwood Folly Real Estate

Golf, Pond, Intracoastal, River and Nature Views
Home-sites from $70,000’s
New and Re-sale homes from the low $300,000's
Town homes and Condominiums from the high $100,000's

 

 
 
 

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