St. James Plantation is a gated community nestled between Southport and Oak Island, NC. Here, you’ll find some world-class amenities and an atmosphere of quiet, southern charm. Whether you are relocating, looking for a retirement home, or purchasing vacation property, this community has everything you need.
St. James Plantation is still one of the most popular master-planned retirement communities on the entire east coast. You can experience a wide range of fun in St. James, including 81 golf holes (four championship golf courses and one extra 9-hole course on the Members Course), five on-site restaurants, the St. James Marina with wet slips and dry storage, a top-of-the line tennis facility, 3 huge fitness centers, outdoor pools, indoor pools, walking trails, and the Marina Commercial Center and Restaurant.
This community is also packed full of social groups and activities, so there is literally something for everyone. From golf and tennis leagues to card playing groups, lunch groups, and even a boating club. St. James Plantation has it all.
As if the above isn’t enough, St. James Plantation is in a very convenient location. It’s only a 30-minute drive to Wilmington for those that want the city life with a ton of historic charm, top notch restaurants, and an international airport. You can reach North Myrtle Beach in about 40 minutes, or head off to quaint fishing village of Southport, NC, which is only a few minutes away and offers a variety of unique, small family-owned shops and restaurants. Or maybe you would prefer to take a short drive to the private beach club with a swimming pool on the beach at Oak Island, NC.
Whether you’re interested in buying or selling your St. James Plantation home, contact us today and we’ll help you get started.
81 Holes of Award-Winning Golf
Full Tennis Facility With 13 Clay Courts
Outdoor and Indoor Pools
3 Fitness Centers
36 Miles of Biking and Walking Trails
Plenty of Social Groups and Activities
Private Oceanfront Beach Club with Swimming Pool
Full-Service Marina on the Intercostal Waterway