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The cities in and around Brunswick County are diverse in makeup and rich in history. People living here reside in golf communities, beach towns, marina settings and farming areas. The close proximity to beautiful beaches and the comforting coastal feel are enticing draws for many people. The picturesque landscapes coupled with convenient shops, businesses and restaurants bring convenience and splendor to visitors and locals alike. Additionally, only a short drive away, the metropolitan areas of Myrtle Beach, SC and Wilmington, NC offer that big city vibe to Brunswick County residents.


Bald Head Island

14 miles of unspoiled beaches and a sanctuary for an abundance of wild life, it’s no wonder why Bald Head Island is a place that visitors return to again and again. With only a 162 people living permanently on Bald Head Island, residents here get to experience true natural seclusion and privacy while being surrounded by the beautiful maritime forest and protected salt marshes. Read More


Earning the nickname “The Seafood Capital of the World,” Calabash is the southernmost point in the Brunswick Islands. Latest census data placed the population at 2,038 residents – representing a 186.6% increase since 2000.themes. Read More

Holden Beach

The town’s mostly residential setting, coupled with minimal traffic and low crime rates, makes it a safe and relaxing location to live in.  The area has evolved from a commercial fishing center in the 1920’s to the family friendly community that it is today – making Holden Beach properties some of the most in demand commodities in North Carolina. Read More

Myrtle Beach

The southeastern tip of Brunswick County is located at the South Carolina state line, making a trip to nearby Myrtle Beach quick and easy. With sixty miles of white sandy beaches, great entertainment, thrilling attractions, endless shopping, exquisite dining, and exhilarating water sports – Myrtle Beach is a great place to visit. Read More

Oak Island

Although Oak Island is the biggest beach community in all of North Carolina, it still maintains a small town atmosphere that continues to attract new families looking to settle in the area. The 10 miles of pristine sandy beaches are outfitted with a marina, public boat launches and two piers. Read More

Ocean Isle

Ocean Isle Beach is a quiet and relaxing town with just 567 year-round residents. This island community is connected to the mainland by a bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway. The area exemplifies the Brunswick Island lifestyle with everything it has to offer. Living here allows you to experience the peacefulness of being surrounded by seven miles of quiet white sand beaches. This location really captures the true essence of the island lifestyle and that is why Ocean Isle real estate  is in high demand. Read More


Geographically, Shallotte is the midpoint between Wilmington, North Carolina and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Since 2000, the population has grown 166.11% – reaching 3,675 residents – and Shallotte, NC real estate remains in high demand.  Schools that educate local children rank better in quality than the state average. Read More

Sunset Beach

Between 2000 and 2010 the population of Sunset Beach rose steadily from 1,824 to 3,572. Additionally, the town has the second lowest general fund tax rate of the 21 North Carolina oceanfront municipalities. The three main neighborhoods of this community were developed as golf course communities – making Sunset Beach real estate popular with golfers. Read More


Wilmington, North Carolina is a historic river town that is located to the north of Brunswick County and offers a large historic district as well as a beautiful downtown riverfront area. Wilmington has many attractions such as the battleship USS North Carolina from World War II, the Cape Fear Museum, Thalian Hall and Screen Gem Studios. Only a quick 45-minute drive from Brunswick County, this city is also home to the University of North Carolina Wilmington which hosts many sporting and cultural events throughout the year that are open to the general public.  Read More