Where can you experience Caribbean resort–style living and Carolina-style Southern charm in one place?
Kingfish Bay in Calabash.
Located midway between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington, Kingfish Bay is just a 30-minute drive to the big cities but far enough away from the bright lights and traffic for relaxed waterfront living.
Set on the banks of the Calabash River and minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean, Kingfish Bay is a private, gated waterfront community. Palm trees and sidewalks provide the opportunity for a stroll through the neighborhood’s natural beauty, nature trails and riverfront park.
The state-of-the-art homes, priced in the low $300,000s to more than $1 million, are designed with luxury in mind and bring the outdoors into your living space.
Choose from more than a dozen floor plans with verandas and plentiful windows to connect with nature. New for 2020 Kingfish Bay has opened up their riverfront section and added the new Tropicale and Grande Isles Collections of Homes.
Overall, it’s what’s outside that makes Kingfish Bay a special place to live. Featuring all the amenities of a five-star resort in the middle of acres of scenic wetlands and woodlands, Kingfish Bay provides the best of both worlds — without leaving the property.
The onsite Riverfront Park allows residents to enjoy the outdoors with comfort and convenience. Overlooking the Calabash River and acres of protected lands that will never be developed, the park offers nature trails, fishing pavilions, piers with day docks, hammocks and Adirondack chairs by a fire pit and a pirate-ship playground.
The onsite Community Center provides the opportunity to socialize and exercise in an upscale environment. The center has a fully furnished kitchen, a putting green, a modern fitness center and a pool and hot tub.
Kingfish Bay’s new Oceanfront Club is only a 5.6-mile drive in nearby Sunset Beach. The private, three-story, 2,200-square- foot clubhouse is next to Sunset Beach Pier and directly on the ocean.
The town of Calabash is within walking distance and offers plenty of dining, shopping and social opportunities. Known as the Seafood Capital of the World, the town is loaded with
seafood restaurants specializing in the famous Calabash style of seafood. Souvenir shops and retail stores make up a vibrant shopping scene.
When you’re looking for more excitement, Kingfish Bay is not far from South Carolina’s Little River and North Myrtle Beach, which was named America’s Favorite Beach Vacation Destination by the Travel Channel.
On the North Carolina side of the border is a strand of small coastal communities and sites, beginning with Bird Island, a nature preserve known for its maritime woodlands and wetlands. Heading up the coast are Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach, Oak Island, the Cape Fear River and Wilmington, which is famous for its historic downtown district and the battleship USS North Carolina.
Beautiful scenery, luxurious homes and relaxed living — it’s all waiting for you at Kingfish Bay.
1235 Kingfish Boulevard, Calabash
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