Being Bruce -: Sea Brooke by Signature Homes of Wilmington

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Sea Brooke by Signature Homes of Wilmington

Yesterday the Leland office of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Realty had their monthly community meeting at a brand new neighborhood off Old Lanvale Road in Leland. Sea Brooke is a Signature Homes community (meaning its being developed AND built by Signature Homes of Wilmington). A guiding feature of Signature Homes is that they build all-green homes.

It's expected that this neighborhood will be several years in development and will include approximately 500 homes total, including townhomes, patio homes, village homes (like the model below), and custom homes.

A good number of the Leland office staff and agents were at the Sea Brooke meeting, where we had a fine lunch and a short meeting before focusing on the Sea Brooke community and two existing model homes.


As you can see in the photo below, the village home model is nicely decorated and appointed.

One of my personal favorite features for this model was a multi-area loft on the second floor. The photo below doesn' t do it justice, but this loft, located between three bedrooms and a full bath (the master bedrooom and bath are on the first floor), is a great place for kids and family to play, do homework, and hang out.


Robin Hackney and her husband Deans own Signature Homes. Other current neighborhoods include FieldStone near Jacksonville and Stones Edge and Henderson Parke in Wilmington.
In the photo below on-site agent Laura Heal, Robin Hackney, and on-site agent Jamie Kline discuss Sea Brooke's plans with our Leland office.

A short walk from the village home area, the first patio homes at Sea Brooke are now up.


To see the featured models, for more information about Sea Brooke or other Leland neighborhooods, please call me at (910) 297-8753 or e-mail me at brucebrown@seacoastrealty.com. I'd be honored to assist you.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Bruce,
    Thanks for the informative blog. Visited SeaBrooke yesterday and was impressed by much of what I learned and saw. Some other things prospective buyers might want to know are: HOA dues will be about $400 a year (which includes pool, clubhouse and common area maintenance). Homeowners are responsible for their own lawn care. The builder will put in a well for each property that wants one at no extra charge--the free well water would be for irrigation use only. The main negative is the immediate area seems "iffy" with run-down mobile and other homes.

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