Southport NC, although it used to be a sleepy little fishing village and home to a few thousand, Southport is now considered a small city and a part of the Greater Wilmington Metropolitan Area. Located in Brunswick County, where the beautiful Cape Fear River meets the Atlantic Ocean, Southport is a growing area of communities, tourism and has been the location for several great T.V. shows and films like Dawson's Creek and Crimes of the Heart.
The city is rich in history and culture, and the quaint downtown area has many wonderful restaurants, art galleries and shop for the locals and tourists to enjoy. The annual Fourth of July Festival in Southport is considered to be one of the best in North Carolina, and draws visitors and vendors from all over the country to take part of the four day festival.
Real Estate in Southport is made up of charming historic homes as well as modern new communities like Cape Fear River Heights, Cottage Point and many more.
If you are looking for a new home, then check out Turtlewood, with home prices starting in the $200's.
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