LandfallCoastal Southern North Carolina
The Country Club of Landfall is one of North Carolina's finest Wilmington NC golf communities bordering the Intracoastal Waterway on the north side of the Cape Fear River. The gated community has two signature golf courses that weave throughout its meticulously maintained neighborhoods. Close to the beaches, brand name shopping and awesome restaurants, this region has become 'the place to retire' in one of the most popular North Carolina coastal communities.
Over four miles of the gated community borders the Intracoastal Waterway and Howe Creek, Brunswick County waterfront homes having panoramic views of the water. Landfall is an affluent Wilmington NC real estate development full of life, energy, and volunteerism. The sidewalks are busy with walkers, joggers and bicylists enjoying the attractive curb appeal as property owner's work in the garden perfecting their yards. Five conservation easements add green space and privacy in and around the homes.
- 24 Hour Manned Gated Entrance
- Two Championship Golf Courses
- Pete Dye Course
- Jack Nicklaus Course
- Two Golf Clubhouses, one with dining
- Cliff Drysdale Sports Center
- 13 Lighted Tennis Courts
- 1,600 Square Foot Fitness Center
- Outdoor Olympic-size Swimming Pool
- Kenan Chapel
Forbes Magazine named Landfall as one of the Best Places to Live and Work in America so you'll find retirees and families living in the neighborhood. Landfall's understated gated entrance hides the grandeur found behind the walls. You'll find large estate homes to informal villas as home choices at the Country Club of Landfall built by the best custom home builders in Wilmington NC. The development stretches across 2,200 acres and will have 2,400 homes at the project's completion. Approximately 1,800 homes have been built to date. It's hard to beat its location in one of the best North Carolina coastal communities. Just outside the gates of Landfall is Mayfaire Town Center was voted the Best Shopping Center in Wilmington six years in a row. Historic Wilmington's Riverfront is located 10 miles in the opposite direction and residents have quick beach access at Wrightsville Beach.
Golfers have two signature golf courses to play; the 18 hole Pete Dye course and the 27 hole Jack Nicklaus course. Each golf course has its own clubhouse with fine and/or casual dining facilities. The Newport-style Dye Clubhouse is reserved for club member events. Landfall's community amenities are debt free making it one of the more appealing Wilmington NC golf communities.
The Country Club of Landfall is a member owned equity club. The club offers teaching programs for golfers with a variety of practice ranges, putting and chipping greens. Tennis enthusiasts will appreciate the Cliff Drysdale Sports Center which has 13 tennis courts; 11 Har-Tru and 2 hard surface courts. The 1,600 foot Fitness Center is home to state of the art fitness equipment, an aerobics room and outdoor Olympic-size swimming pool. Next to the swimming pool is a toddler pool open during the summer. Purchasing a club membership at the Country Club of Landfall provides access to the community amenities and is optional.
As you pass through the gates, Kenan Chapel welcomes you and is an adorable non-denominational church which also hosts events and romantic weddings. The Breeze is Landfall's newsletter filled with activities and social events for adults and children. Tennis clinics, golf tournaments, aerobics schedules and dining events, to name a few. John J. Blair Elementary School, M C S Noble Middle School, E. A. Laney High School, Wilmington Preparatory School and Friends School of Wilmington are the nearest best schools to the Country Club of Landfall located in one of the top North Carolina coastal communities.
Our real estate score for Country Club of Landfall in Wilmington North Carolina is 84.
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A developer from Chapel Hill, J.P. Goforth, bought the land in 1984, and began planning and then construction, fairly soon thereafter. He ran into financial difficulties, and several years later sold a half interest to a Weyerhaeuser Company subsidiary, (Westminster) and then the balance to the Frank Kenan family from Chapel Hill, a wealthy and successful business and real estate family. Those two groups were the primary real estate developers from the end of the 1980’s until late in the development life, when in about 2001 the Preston Development group purchased the remaining land and completed this North Carolina coastal real estate development. The club has minor debt left over from a renovation about 5 years ago, but it is negligible and will soon be paid out fully according to Landfall.
No negative news is found on the internet about Preston Development Group or Landfall Country Club.