Welcome to Landfall
One of Landfall’s biggest draws is its perfect location within Wilmington. It’s only a short drive over the Wrightsville Beach Bridge before white sands and the blue Atlantic Ocean greet residents. But that’s just one direction. In the other direction is historic downtown Wilmington with boutiques, restaurants, attractions, and more to suit a variety of tastes. A quick drive down Oleander Drive is the heart of Wilmington where many more businesses and shops are located.
Landfall offers a unique opportunity that isn’t found with most real estate for sale in Wilmington, an opportunity to have all of the city’s attractions and activities available within a miniscule distance. Some Wilmington-area residents choose to move as close as possible to the beach. Some want to be able to walk the cobblestone streets of downtown Wilmington. Some want to be close to their place of business. Residents of Landfall don’t have to choose.
Providing a range of amenities, Landfall seeks to care for every need and cater to every want of its residents. A gated community, Landfall has security that is covered through HOA dues. Additionally, yard work and lawn maintenance is included, checking off some people’s least favorite chores.
Beautifully manicured nature trails and outdoors spaces can be found throughout the substantial acreage of the community. It is not uncommon to see residents out en masse taking advantage of Wilmington’s beautiful weather and Landfall’s gorgeous green spaces. Within Landfall, there are waterfront and water view properties available that run alongside the Intracoastal Waterway, offering stunning views, especially at sunrise and sunset.
The is open to individuals that live outside of Landfall, but the majority of Landfall residents take advantage of the many membership options available. Membership includes access to a number of amenities: The country club has eleven tennis courts and basketball courts. The Olympic-sized pool accommodates those who swim for sport and exercise, as well as those just looking to cool off and splash around. The fitness center is a state-of-the-art facility with excellent and plentiful equipment as well as fitness classes to suit every skill and fitness level.
Due in part to its substantial size, Landfall has a diverse array of housing options tailored to fit a range of budgets.
It is the involvement of Landfall’s residents that really brings the community together and make it more than just another neighborhood. Most of Landfall’s committees and projects are run by residents. This serves to gather neighbors and community members together towards a common goal, forming lasting friendships along the way.
The price range for homes in Landfall can vary wildly, depending upon location, size, and construction date. Homes start in the mid-300s, but can reach multi-million dollar values for properties that are located on the water or with water view or which are simply immaculate constructions. But whatever the price-point of the property, all residents of Landfall have access to the highest quality amenities that Wilmington real estate has to offer.
Wilmington has many schooling options. School districting is determined at the county level, and Landfall falls within , , and district. However, there are also many private school options as well. Friends School of Wilmington, Cape Fear Academy, and Wilmington Christian Academy are just a few of the choices in the area. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Cape Fear Communaity College, Miller-Motte College, Mount Olive, and Brunswick Community College are options for higher education in the area.
Wilmington has a seemingly endless list of attractions to choose from. The choices that bring tourists to Wilmington throughout the year are the same ones that attract residents each day.
Landfall is uniquely positioned for many of Wilmington’s attractions. Shops and boutiques are all around the area. Mayfaire Shopping Center is a five-minute drive away from Landfall with a diverse offering of shopping and attractions, including the closest theater.
Downtown Wilmington includes an array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, all located just down the road from Landfall. Most of the shops are locally owned and managed with many selling local products and food sourced from local farmers. Downtown Wilmington also holds much of Wilmington’s history within the nation’s second-largest historic district, including many historical sites that are available for tours and viewing.
Wilmington is also lucky to have the Wilmington International Airport, which provides both domestic and international flights a daily basis.
One of Landfall’s most prominent draws is its proximity to the beach. Wrightsville Beach is the closest, only a short drive over the Wrightsville Beach Bridge. Carolina Beach is a slightly longer journey, providing a different atmosphere including an award-winning boardwalk with fun restaurants and attractions. And Kure Beach lies just beyond Carolina Beach, offering the most serene views away from the larger crowds at Wrightsville and Carolina Beach.