Wyndfall is a single family community that is conveniently located in close proximity to downtown Calabash, NC, several golf courses and the uncrowded shoreline of Sunset Beach, NC and Ocean Isle Beach, NC. Just minutes away from North Myrtle Beach, SC and adjacent to Sandpiper Bay Golf Course. 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.
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Office Phone: 910-579-1144 ext 229
Cell Phone: 910-231-3959
Wendy is a Brunswick County native and has deep roots in the South Brunswick Islands area. She enjoys living near the coast and calls Ocean Isle Beach her home. After graduating from high school, Wendy received her B.A. degree in Education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She furthered her education at the University of South Carolina, receiving a Master's degree in Counselor Education and a Master's degree in Educational Administration. Becoming interested in the real estate profession led to securing her NC Real Estate broker's license and joining Coldwell Banker Sloane Realty. Wendy is an agent who has superior area knowledge and provides outstanding service. Wendy's greatest loves are her family and friends. She is married to her high school and college sweetheart and they have three children: Blair, Everette, and Trey. The Milligans attend Camp Methodist Church in Shallotte where Wendy sings in the 'Joyful Noise Choir'. Wendy is also a member of the South Brunswick Islands Women's Club. When she's not showing property, you can find her running on the beach, taking shag lessons, or in her boat cruising the Intracoastal waterway.