Homes, homesites and shared ownership cottages are available in a variety of beautiful island settings – fronting the island's East, West and South Beaches, nestled in the forest, overlooking a tidal creek, bordering the golf course, or rimming the harbor. Learn more about the island's neighborhoods below.
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Named for the U.S. Life Saving Station that once stood along the island's East Beach, Cape Fear Station combines exceptional natural surroundings with an equally incomparable, environmentally sensitive land plan. Every Cape Fear Station home is, at most, just a short walk to the beach.
Harbour Village, the neighborhood bordering Bald Head Island's marina, serves as the gateway to the island. Often compared to Nantucket or Ocracoke, Harbour Village offers some of the island's most idyllic streetscapes.
Find out how easy second home ownership can be. Just a short cart ride from the ocean lies an extraordinary shared ownership neighborhood called The Hammocks. Hammocks owners enjoy four weeks in their home every year, along with membership privileges in the Bald Head Island Club, Shoals Club, and on-site Hammocks Club.
Middle Island Plantation is Bald Head Island's most secluded neighborhood, as well as a nature-lover's paradise. The neighborhood's lush maritime forest offers an evergreen setting and unsurpassed views across the marsh, while nearby East Beach is one of the East Coast's most important nesting grounds for loggerhead turtles.
Additional homes and homesites are available in a variety of beautiful environments, including maritime forest, golf course, marshfront, oceanview and oceanfront. No matter where on the island you choose to be, you're never more than a few minutes from the shore.
Boatslip units in the Bald Head Island Yacht Club are now being offered as deeded interest ownership.