About Brunswick County, North Carolina
Come visit the Brunswick Islands in North Carolina and experience a sense of pure relaxation while you create unforgettable memories. While our islands are uniquely different, they both offer beach living at its finest.
Sunset Beach is the state's southernmost beach and neighbor to Ocean Isle Beach. Sunset Beach received its name from the beautiful sunrises and sunsets that can be seen from the island because of its southern exposure. Oceanfront homes are set back away from the Sunset's broad, 3 mile long shoreline. Visitors often comment on the quality of the sand which is a beautiful powdery-white. The island has a home-like feel and quiet surroundings but there is still plenty to see and do. The center is dotted with a couple of shops, a convenient island market and deli, and a beach gear, bikes and kayak rentals shop. Kayak tours can be scheduled at the island's Cooters Creek. Another unique feature of the island is the bird sanctuary known as Bird Island, an undeveloped and secluded area that is now attached to Sunset Beach.
When it comes to where to find your next home, Brunswick County, North Carolina, is a place you’ll definitely want to take a closer look at. Whether it’s a vacation home for those annual trips to the beach or you are relocating to a warmer location, you won’t be disappointed by the large inventory of properties we have to show you at Sloane Realty. Homebuyers have their choice among city living, country living, canal front and oceanfront properties.
No matter where you live in Brunswick County you’ll be close to popular attractions and plenty of fun things for the family to do. Cultural events, wine tastings, museums, nature preserves, marsh adventures, parks, shopping, dining and fishing charters await, just to name a few. The biggest attractions to this area are the temperate weather, the uncrowded beaches and close proximity to the city. For those that enjoy day trips, you’ll be just a short drive from Myrtle Beach, SC, to the south.
The county is fondly referred to as “The last hidden gem on the east coast.” Through the years it has been the leader in new home property sales in all coastal areas of North and South Carolina combined. Recently, North Carolina was listed in the Top 10 States Retirees are Moving To. The primary reasons given are the beaches, low cost of living, and low taxes.
A large assortment of homes that include single-family homes, duplexes, condominiums and villas are available around Brunswick County. Gated neighborhoods and friendly communities with a small town feel can be had. Golf course homes that will have you mere steps from the tee are any golfer’s delight.
You’ll find the homes and properties available in Brunswick County vary in size, style and features. Whether you’re raising a family and need lots of bedrooms or you’ve reached retirement and want to downsize and enjoy single level living, you won’t be disappointed by what we have to show you. For those desiring to build their dream house, there are a substantial number of building sites for sale all around the county.
Each of the towns and communities within Brunswick County has its own flavor of lifestyle, so to speak. Some are more oriented towards families while others towards singles or retired folks. Most offer town parks where they hold special events like free concerts and recreational opportunities. Bike paths, hiking trails, and riverwalks are available for fitness buffs to stay active.
When you’re choosing your next place to live, consider Brunswick County, North Carolina, first -- then find the community that appeals to you most. At Sloane Realty we’re here to assist you in whatever way you need. We’d be happy to show you the properties that interest you.