Caswell Beach Real Estate 2
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Brunswick County MLS
- Last Updated: 8/17/17
- Market Snapshot
- Total Properties Listed: 5200
- Average List Price: $251,012.36
- Median List Price: $135,900.00
You’re going to just love the small seaside town of Caswell Beach, located on the eastern part of Oak Island in Brunswick County, North Carolina. Their motto is “The Best Little Beach Town in America.” This is a charming, family oriented beach with its very own local flavor. The comfortable family atmosphere is what draws many people migrating from all over the nation to purchase Caswell Beach real estate.
Caswell Beach was named after the nearby historic Civil War fort, Fort Caswell that was established in 1826. It has the brightest lighthouse in the United States and has a modern Coast Guard Station close to the lighthouse (Oak Island Lighthouse). One side of the beach overlooks the Cape Fear River Shipping Channel as well as historic Southport.
The Oak Island Golf Club, which features an 18-hole course designed by George Cobb, is located at Caswell Beach. Made up of just 4.2 square miles with 1.1 square mile of it being water, the Town of Caswell Beach encompasses the communities of Arboretum, Caswell Dunes, Fort Caswell, Oak Island Beach Villa and Ocean Greens, where you can find plenty of affordable Caswell Beach real estate.
Caswell Beach offers plenty of activities for homeowners and visitors alike including fishing, golf, educational tours, and fine dining. Historic Southport is just a short drive from Caswell Beach providing antique shops and an authentic historic city complete with a waterfront park. Fort Caswell is a recommended day trip treasure featuring ruins of Fort Caswell damaged in the Civil War and then later added on to after the war had finished. The fort is open most of the year and the admission fee is just $3.
This truly is the perfect location for a beach home as all of the Caswell Beach real estate that we have is located close to many activities in Brunswick and New Hanover counties both. You’ll never have a shortage of things to do around here.