Carolina Shores Homes & Real Estate

Browse the newest Carolina Shores homes for sale below. For those seeking small town charm in the heart of the waterfront lifestyle, Carolina Shores, North Carolina is an excellent opportunity. This town is home to about 3,050 people but is growing. While it is not on the waterfront directly, those who want to buy a home near the water may find it to be the ideal choice for several key reasons. Limited space, with less than three square miles, it is important to be aggressive when looking for a home here. For more information on Carolina Shores, NC properties for sale or to organize a private tour, contact your Brunswick County real estate professionals today!

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Carolina Shores Real Estate Market

Carolina Shores is a beautiful area, but it is also a competitively priced real estate market. The median home value here is $189,000, as of April of 2019. That is significantly below some areas, including communities nearby. However, home values are growing. From April of 2018 through April of 2019, home values have grown by 3.8 percent. Experts expect them to continue to grow over the next two years as well. This can create faster equity for home buyers, but it also means buying now means getting a better price.

When it comes to affordability, Carolina Shores offers some key benefits overall. The area isn’t directly on the waterfront, but close to it. Yet, the median list price here, per square foot, is $122. That is significantly less than the median list price of $140 for the Myrtle Beach and Conway average. Carolina Shores is also an excellent choice for those looking for beautiful homes. Many of the homes for sale here are two-bedroom or three-bedroom homes, some of which are new construction. These homes range in size significantly but are typically between 1400 and 2200 square feet. Colonial and ranch style homes are a common option, though other styles exist as well.

For those considering the benefit of renting instead of buying, Carolina Shores is still rather costly to rent in. While the median rent in the Myrtle Beach metro area is about $1322 per month, it is $1344 in Carolina Shores. Few rentals are available, though. And, with affordable interest rates, it may be a better idea to buy for some people.

It’s also possible to build a home in Carolina Shores. Though this is a smaller area, there are a few new home developments in the works. It is also possible to find a neighborhood with one or two open lots to choose from for construction. Home builders such as H&H Homes, Calabash Lakes by D.R. Horton, and Devaun Park by Pulte Homes are a few examples.

Carolina Shores Community Amenities

The city of Carolina Shores is divided into several neighborhoods. Though there are some small commercial areas, most of the city is residential. This includes Lighthouse Cove, Calabash Lakes, Beacon Townes, The Farm at Brunswick, The Village of Calabash, and Carolina Shores Subdivision. As a smaller community, it lacks any large tourism attractions or large commercial establishments.

Carolina Shores Neighborhood Highlights

  • The city’s name is misleading as it doesn’t actually have shores on any large open water.
  • The city is made up of several neighborhood subdivisions.
  • Carolina Shores has a number of parks and open green spaces.
  • Inlet Point Plantation is an equestrian farm and boarding location that serves the community.
  • The Vereen Memorial Gardens is a pet-friendly park with paths.

Carolina Shores School Information

Students living in Carolina Shores will likely attend the Brunswick County School District. Within the city limits, there are several options including Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary School, Shallotte Middle School, and West Brunswick High School.

With competitive home prices as well as a moderately sized real estate market, Carolina Shores can be an attractive investment for many home buyers. Residents enjoy a higher quality of life with ample parks and close proximity to most shopping, commercial services, and dining they desire. The area’s amenities are good especially since the open ocean is only a few miles away.

Carolina Shores Real Estate Agents

Thinking of buying or selling a home in Carolina Shores? Let our Brunswick County real estate experts guide you through the purchase of your next Carolina Shores property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current dwelling. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the Carolina Shores real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!

Contact CRG Companies to learn more about buyer or seller representation. Planning to sell your Carolina Shores house? Check out our Free Home Evaluation page, where you can learn more about the value of your Carolina Shores property instantly!

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