Enjoy one of North Carolina’s most iconic natural landmarks and search Cape Fear River waterfront homes. The river is integral to the development of the city of Wilmington. Today, citizen groups are coming together to help protect the river and its many plant and animal species. As you explore the river, you might decide to get into advocacy to preserve the beauty of the river for future generations.
If you’re shopping Wilmington homes, be sure to give these waterfront gems a look. Imagine relaxing on your front porch, watching the sun as it sets and paints the river pink. Picture yourself in a kayak or canoe taking a quick trip down the river. Head into downtown Wilmington to meet friends for lunch or dinner. Living on the river, you’ll have a front-row view for holiday fireworks and other community events.
All residents of Wilmington enjoy Cape Fear River. The boardwalk at Riverfront Park follows the river for about a mile. It’s the location of many community events, including the farmers market, Riverfest, and the Seafood Festival.
People who are serious about boating will definitely enjoy Cape Fear River waterfront homes. Look for houses with a boat slip, and you’ll be able to explore the river and Intracoastal Waterway.
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