The Masonboro Sound area of Wilmington, NC sits on the edge of the Intracoastal on the a bluff over overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway surrounded by three hundred year old live oak trees. Homes for sale off Masonboro Sound Road in Wilmington range in price, but if your property of interest is on the Intracoastal Waterway then the asking price is likely at least three million dollars or more. The Parsley Mansion in the Masonboro Sound, Live Oaks area is one of Wilmington’s most sought after classic style homes. Henry Bacon, the architect of the Lincoln Memorial, designed this unique property. David Benford has more than thirty years experience in this area and can help you find your dream home today!
Off Masonboro Sound Road is one of Wilmington's most sought after neighborhoods. When homes are for sale off Masonboro Sound Road, they usually do not last very long. The timeless beauty of real estate in this Wilmington area helps project the property appreciation that has taken place over the past decade and will likely continue. The David Benford Group’s team of agents has 30 plus years of experience in the Masonboro Sound real estate market and have all the local knowledge needed to ensure a smooth real estate transaction!
Copyright 2018 NCRMLS. All rights reserved. North Carolina Regional Multiple Listing Service, (NCRMLS), provides content displayed here (“provided content”) on an “as is” basis and makes no representations or warranties regarding the provided content, including, but not limited to those of non-infringement, timeliness, accuracy, or completeness. Individuals and companies using information presented are responsible for verification and validation of information they utilize and present to their customers and clients. NCRMLS will not be liable for any damage or loss resulting from use of the provided content or the products available through Portals, IDX, VOW, and/or Syndication. Recipients of this information shall not resell, redistribute, reproduce, modify, or otherwise copy any portion thereof without the expressed written consent of NCRMLS.