The Colony II condominium development is centrally located between the shores of Sunset Beach, NC and the seafood capital of the world, Calabash, NC. Community amenities include an outdoor pool, indoor heated pool, Jacuzzi and fitness room. Short drive to the uncrowded shores of Sunset Beach, NC and the endless dining and shopping choices North Myrtle Beach, SC offers. With its great weather, hospitable community and southern charm, Brunswick County is known as one of the gems of Southeastern, NC.
Sunset Beach, NC is the southernmost developed barrier island in NC. Sunset Beach features a diverse mix of both island and mainland properties that will accommodate every budget and lifestyle. Its close proximity to nearby North Myrtle Beach, SC makes it a great place for people to call home that prefer the uncrowded pace but shopping, dining, and medical opportunities are only minutes away
|Price Range||Condos from $112,288|
|Amenities||Pool, Fitness Center, Indoor Heated Pool|
Office Phone: 910-579-1808 ext 120
Cell Phone: 910-368-1187
David Stuart specializes in real estate sales and leasing of retail and commercial properties in southeastern North Carolina and the Myrtle Beach area of SC. Clients include developers of shopping centers, mixed use communities and residential properties.
Previously, David was director of sales and leasing for a major commercial real estate company in NC’s Research Triangle and President of MAP Systems, Inc., a company that develops Internet web sites, marketing materials, industry recruitment and retention programs.
For 10 years, he directed the Management Services program at Research Triangle Institute and was lead consultant on numerous business development and site selection projects. David has served as consultant to commercial real estate companies, state Departments of Commerce, regional development organizations, and over 60 county and private development organizations.
His education includes a BS degree in experimental statistics and an ME degree in economics from NC State University and he is a PhD candidate in business administration from UNC at Chapel Hill.