The South Oleander area of Wilmington's quintessential southern neighborhoods evoke an era of times gone by. Located just to the east of downtown Wilmington, the communities in the South Oleander area enjoy a canopy of lives oaks and other mature trees adorned by Spanish moss. Many of the homes are set back on large lots that are on public streets with sidewalks that meander through the neighborhoods.
The centerpiece of the South Oleander area is The Cape Fear Country Club and its golf course. It is the oldest private country club in NC. Some of the neighborhoods that can be found in the South Oleander area include Forest Hills, Country Club, South Oleander, Glen Meade, Country Club Pines and Highland Hills, Brookwood and others.
The homes in the South Oleander area are mostly traditional in style although there are a spattering of mid-century modern homes too. Due to the large size of the estates and the mature landscaping, homes in the South Oleander area are a popular choice for inclusion in the Azalea Garden Tour during the annual NC Azalea Festival. In addition to the traditional homes and estates, newer homes, condos and some townhomes can be found in the South Oleander area.
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