Southern Living Inspired Communities

Categories: Real Estate, Southern Living Inspired Community

We’re excited to announce that Bald Head Island is growing in the form of the first new neighborhood release in more than five years. Southern Living, the magazine known for Southern taste making, has partnered with Bald Head Island Limited, LLC, to create a community of homes that suit modern coastal living.

Southern Living Inspired Communities are hand-picked by the magazine’s editors for the way they embrace the natural beauty of the Southern landscape and embody the high quality of life their readers expect. The new neighborhood, across from The Common in Cape Fear Station, will open for sale on April 3, 2015, with a model home opening for tours in late summer.

“Cape Fear Station on Bald Head Island joins a small collection of elite developments awarded the Southern Living Inspired Communities designation, characterized by charm, taste and Southern spirit,” said Kristen Bryan, Associate Director Marketing for Southern Living.

The community’s lead builder, Whitney Blair Custom Homes, the recent winner of the Southern Living Builder of the Year award, will ensure the homes meet the Southern Living standard.

Homes in the Inspired Community exhibit the best of Southern architecture, with the generous porches, tall windows and high ceilings homeowners expect. Exterior details reveal an attention to detail that add to the character of the homes, and interiors are designed and decorated to enhance the coastal lifestyle. Each home comes fully furnished, and with prices under $900,000, they represent a tremendous opportunity to own a home on Bald Head Island.

To learn more about the Southern Living Inspired Community at Cape Fear Station on Bald Head Island, stop by the Real Estate Sales office in the Harbour or give us a call at 800.888.3707. Details on the community and homes are available online; simply click the links to download the brochure and flyer.

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