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Scotts Hill Village is a brand new, thoughtfully planned community that will implement a new standard of architectural variety and traditional land planning to reflect the historic fabric of the Cape Fear Region. As the integration of traditional design into modern housing increases in popularity, so does the ability to restore and recreate a piece of history that remains unseen in the conventional housing. The amenities, location and history all supplement the richness and beauty of this unique neighborhood and will make it an easy place to call home.
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Located in northern New Hanover County tucked away in the tangled oaks and southern pines, this community will provide a sense of awe, peace and pride. Less than 10 minutes from shopping, 15 minutes to two major beaches, Topsail Beach and Wrightsville Beach, there will always be something for everyone. Adjacent to the community resides a new extension of New Hanover Regional Medical Center providing convenient access to medical needs. Foy and Futch Creek wind through the community providing easy access to the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway. If golf is in your repertoire of hobbies, nearby Porters Neck Country Club is offering discounted membership to their pristine course and country club. So whatever your lifestyle, Scotts Hill Village presents the ideal location for ease of access to all your favorite activities.
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Scotts Hill Village will highlight a comfortable lifestyle with the serenity of a 14-acre park hosting winding hiking trails, community spaces and a kayak and canoe launch. Located where Foy Creek and Futch Creek merge, one can hop on the water and be to the Intracoastal Waterway in a just a few strokes of the paddles. Pull up a chair on the banks of the creek and toss in your fishing line or go clamming for a delicious home caught dinner. Ride your bike through the winding trails, tangled oaks and beautiful pines, or walk over to the nearby Farmers Market. The Community Pool and pool house will provide an oasis away from the beach and allow members of the Scotts Hill Village community a common place to commune with their delightful neighbors.
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Once traveled by horses and wagons, Scotts Hill is named for the Scott family, who once lived on an area bluff. On the land where Poplar Grove Plantation today sits, there was a large farm, encompassing the entire Scotts Hill Loop Area. Nearby, a bustling train station gave the small country town its vibrancy. Local teens would hop on a train for about 10 cents and travel to the movie house on Front Street in downtown Wilmington. Today’s members of the Scotts Hill Village community will provide stories that will continue to enrich the history of the area and create a new set of legacies for the future.