Beacon Townes, a Pulte Homes community located in Calabash, NC, can offer you everything you’ve been looking for in a coastal community. From gorgeous townhomes to beautiful beaches, lots of golf and exciting nearby cities, Beacon Townes has it all.
Featuring three different floorplans, you’re sure to find the perfect fit. The townhome designs range from 1,491 to 1,835 square feet, giving you plenty of room to make the house your own. All the townhome units also offer first floor owner’s suites, as well as elegant two story vaulted ceilings, optional sunrooms, and open side porches to really take advantage of the coastal Carolina climate.
The amenities this North Carolina Coastal Community offers are enticing, featuring a pool and a cabana within walking distance of your front door. You’re also just a short drive to the Intracoastal Waterway and nearby beaches where you can enjoy all the watersports you can imagine. For the avid golfer, the Carolina coast line is famous for its vast number of top of the line golf courses as well, and at Beacon Townes you are just minutes away from all of these tee boxes.
Beacon Townes is easily one of the best places to retire in North Carolina, and it’s location has a part in that as well. The community is set just along the North and South Carolina borders, giving you easy access to the historic Port City of Wilmington, NC, and the bustling beach town of Myrtle Beach, SC. In Wilmington you can wander along the Riverwalk, grab an ice cream cone at Kilwins, and walk the streets on a ghost tour. If Myrtle Beach is your destination for the day, ride the SkyWheel, shop at the Tanger Outlets, or dine at any one of the great restaurants.
Beacon Townes is also close to the quaint towns of Sunset Beach, NC, and Calabash, NC. Calabash is known as The Seafood Capital of the World, and is the birthplace of the famous Calabash Seafood. If you have a seafood craving, this is the place to be. The primarily fishing village has lots of golf nearby, as well as shops around town, and historic buildings to see.
Sunset Beach might appeal most to the nature lover, as it’s home to Bird Island, a 1,300 acre State Preserve Barrier Island connected to Sunset Beach and accessible by boat, walking, or riding your bike. Here you might run across Loggerhead Turtles, and Purple Sandpipers, found exclusively on the island. And if catching a glimpse of turtles on Bird Island isn’t enough, Sunset Beach Turtle Watch Program is the perfect opportunity to volunteer to keep the turtles safe during nesting.
If you are looking for affordable homes close to the Carolina coastline that will stand the test of time, look no further than Beacon Townes. Offering you enough variety of space, comfort, and entertainment from surrounding cities, then this is the lifestyle you are looking for.