~7 Ac in The Village at Sunset Beach

Vacant Land for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 30762730
Property Subtypes: Hospitality, Multi-Family, Residential (Single Family)
Gross Land Area: 7.69 Acres
Sale Price: $1,100,000
Unit Price: $143,042 Per Acre
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 10/15/2021

Overview / Comments

Approximately 7 acres in The Village at Sunset Beach adjacent Sea Trail Plantation & Golf Resort, Village Park Condominiums and Artesa Village Apartments. Ideal for single-family or multi-family residential development. Walk or ride to Restaurants, Retail and Entertainment in The Village at Sunset Beach in one of the South Brunswick Islands only live/work communities. 430 feet of frontage on Sunset Blvd N across from Sunset Beach Town Hall. One mile from the Sunset Beach Bridge, Public Boat Ramp and Sunset Beach Waterfront Park.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach
County: Brunswick
Taxing Authority: Town of Sunset Beach & Brunswick County
Tax ID/APN: 2420000990
Zoning: SB-MUD
Property Located Between: Queen Anne Street & Angels Trace Road
Legal Description: P/O TR-1 7.69 AC PL 112-30
Largest Nearby Street: Sunset Boulevard N
Feet of Frontage: 430
Highway Access: Highway 904 to Highway 17 or Beach Drive (Highway 179) to Sunset Beach Island or Ocean Isle Beach Island
Airports: Ocean Isle Beach General Aviation - 5 miles; Wilmington, NC & Myrtle Beach, SC -35 miles
Area Description: The central Retail, Restaurant and Professional Services destination of The Village at Sunset Beach serves the high net worth year-round population of the South Brunswick Islands, as well as the extended season golf and beach tourism community. Directly adjacent from the property is Sea Trail Plantation, a master planned neighborhood in a resort-like setting offering three 18 hole golf courses. Less than one mile away is the bridge to Sunset Beach, ranked #4 in National Geographic's '21 Best Beaches in the World'. The Village at Sunset Beach shopping center is an 85-acre master-planned mixed-use development serving the permanent residents and resort visitors to the Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach and Calabash North Carolina areas. Anchored by Food Lion, Bank of America and Walgreens, this town center development offers specialty retail stores, medical, office, service and restaurants and commercial, hotel and residential development opportunities. Located within The Village at Sunset Beach, Dock Street Townhomes, Village Park Condominiums and Artesa Village Apartments offer its residents the opportunity to live in a traditional neighborhood development only a short stroll from restaurants, shops, banks and grocery store. The Ingram Planetarium, a unique educational facility with state-of-the-art astronomy simulations, sits between the shopping center and residential units. Bill Clark homes has Phase 1 of ‘The Sanctuary’ underway, offering more than 360 single-family homes with direct pedestrian, bike, golf cart and vehicle access into The Village. Adjacent Sea Trail Plantation is home to more than 2,000 acres of winding creeks, manmade lakes, lush woodlands and four distinctly different golf courses available for play by homeowners and visitors to the South Brunswick Islands. Brunswick County, North Carolina is strategically located in the Myrtle Beach MSA between lively Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and historic Wilmington, North Carolina, offering a broad variety of resources and amenities and livability that appeals to people of all ages, tastes and stages of life and career. Brunswick County has experienced explosive growth over past 15 years, with residential growth coming in at the highest it’s been since the housing market crash in 2007. Much of the rapid population growth has been in the South Brunswick Islands, which consists of Calabash, Carolina Shores, Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Shallotte and Holden Beach. The outstanding and affordable quality of place has long been a draw for tourists, from the major metro areas within North Carolina as well as states to our north. Many of these tourists become second homeowners and eventually relocate to the area as retirees as evidenced by the percentage growth rate in ages 60 and over which eclipses the growth rate in all other age categories. Ample land and still-reasonable construction costs fuel growth in the region’s diverse housing stock, which offers residential options tailored to fit any preference and budget. Several new homes communities that sat dormant for the past 10 years are now under new ownership with construction underway.
Zoning Description: Sunset Beach Mixed Use District
Part of Planned Development?: Yes
Development Name: The Village at Sunset Beach
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 1,476 7,875 18,670
Median Age: 61.47 56.93 56.34
Households: 791 3,784 8,878
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