St. James Plantation is a gated and sprawling community that incorporated as a town in 1999. It is located in Brunswick County on more than 6000 acres, 4 miles from the town of Southport and across from the beach community of Oak Island. Situated on the Intracoastal Waterway with 2 miles of water- rontage, St. James Plantation is abundant in amenities for those seeking an active and outdoor lifestyle. It boasts 4 championship golf courses with 81 holes of golf, 4 clubhouses with dining and and shopping options, a state-of-the-art fitness/wellness center, pool, tennis and pickleball courts and an oceanfront beach club on Oak Island with a pool, picnic area and oceanfront gazebo. It has a full-service marina on the Intracoastal Waterway with 155 boat slips, and dry storage for over 300 boats and over 1500 acres of nature reserves, and 30+ miles of biking and walking trails.
The community is ideally located just 30 miles from the thriving city of Wilmington for exceptional cultural, shopping or medical facilities. Over 5000 residents live in the many distinct neighborhoods in St. James Plantation and they offer all kinds of homes from single family homes, condos and townhomes. If you’re interested in a golfing, boating, outdoor or social lifestyle, you can find it in St. James Plantation.
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