cape fear national at brunswick forest opens

December 1, 2009

Rates at Cape National run from $75 per round for non-residents to $50 per round for property owners, with alternate pricing also available for groups and guests. Cart fees are included. Brunswick Forest property owners receive exclusive privileges to the Brunswick Forest Annual Pass Program which is designed to offer the most cost-effective, value-oriented golf program possible without an upfront initiation fee. The eventual long-term objective for Cape Fear National… [Read More…]

regional hospital teams with local developer

June 1, 2009

OK, so you’ve scoured the coastal Carolinas in search of that perfect residential golf community with all the amenities, and you think you’ve found it: Tennis courts, check. Swimming pool, check. Clubhouse, check. On-site, expert medical care in a modern, new facility only minutes from your front door, hmmm… At Brunswick Forest near historic Wilmington, NC, convenient, exceptional medical care is a must-have that residents can check off their list…. [Read More…]

great homes and destinations – breaking ground, brunswick forest

February 5, 2009

The New York Times 2.5.09 WHAT: Golf resort community. WHERE: Leland, N.C., in the Cape Fear Coast area. AMENITIES: Golf, kayaking and an extensive network of trails, among others. PRICES: Homesites start at $150,000, and residences, including lots, start at around $260,000. STATUS: Sales began in late 2006, and so far 475 residences have been completed or are under construction. DEVELOPER: Lord Baltimore Capital Corporation. CONTACT: 888.371.2434 or www.brunswickforest.com. DETAILS: The… [Read More…]

leland boosts brunswick home sales

January 28, 2009

The Star News 1.28.09 By Wayne Faulkner Business Editor   Brunswick County was a bit of a bright spot in an otherwise dismal North Carolina real estate picture in 2008, according to data from state multiple listing services compiled by the N.C. Association of Realtors. While North Carolina as a whole saw home sales drop 26 percent and the total dollar value of those sales fall 29 percent, the Brunswick… [Read More…]