New Waterfront Community! River Bluffs – Castle Hayne, NC

by seacoast_ashley 14. January 2014 05:17

View of Cape Fear River at River Bluffs River Bluffs, a new gated waterfront community along the Cape Fear River in Castle Hayne, is preparing for its inaugural property release scheduled to happen in March 2014. Located off Chair Road, the 313 acres being developed for the new community are full of beautiful hardwoods and amazing wildlife. 100 acres will be reserved for green space and nature preserves. Plus, with 3,000 feet of navigable river frontage, every resident will have direct access and plenty of gorgeous river views! 

In total, the community will have 750 single-family home sites with 221 available during phase 1. Homes will have southern architectural details (see example home rendering) and will be priced between $300,000 and $500,000 (lot included), and higher. Lots will range between 1/4 and 1/3 an acre, and will be landscaped with native plants. Most importantly, River Bluffs is a low-impact development utilizing techniques that prevent soil Example River Bluffs Homecontamination, poor water drainage, and excessive destruction of the surrounding ecosystem.

Recently, River Bluffs was approved for a 143 boat slip marina, of which 15 slips and a t-dock will be available during phase 1. The initial phase will also include a river club, riverside park, pool, general store, post office, boat ramp, and kayak launch. Later phases will include more parks, nature trails, a fitness center, and an organic farm that residents will be able to use.

For more information about River Bluffs, ask your Sea Coast real estate agent. Don’t have an agent? Contact River Bluff’s onsite agent, Meredith Jackson.

 

Meghan Riley

Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage Agents Clean Sweep for Adopt-A-Highway

by seacoast_ashley 17. September 2012 06:17

Pictured from Left to Right are: Jody Roney, Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage president Tim Milam, Tracey Schretter, Phillip Roseberry, Toni Jennings, Wade Wilson, Chris Royal, Jim Morgan, and Mark Newell. Not pictured: Becket Morgan

Agents from Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage participated in an Adopt-A-Highway roadside cleanup on Saturday, September, 15, 2012.

Becket Morgan, Chris Royal, Jody Roney, Mark Newell, Phillip Roseberry, Tracy Schretter, Tim Milam, Toni Jennings, and Wade Wilson cleaned up a two-mile stretch of North College Road at Blue Clay Road in Castle Hayne. The group cleans their adopted route four times a year.

Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage participated in the roadside cleanup as part of the Fall 2012 Litter Sweep proclaimed by Governor Perdue and sponsored by the N.C. Department of Transportation. The Litter Sweep is an opportunity for all state and local governments, civic groups, businesses, schools, churches, professional organizations, families, and others to keep North Carolina clean and beautiful.

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