Bald Head Island Real Estate
Welcome to Better Homes and Gardens Elliott Coastal Living Real Estate, a full-service real estate brokerage serving Bald Head Island with over 50 years of experience in residential and commercial real estate. Here you'll find everything you'll need to buy or sell a home, as well as learn about the market value of homes you may own in the Bald Head Island area.
In today's complex real estate market, especially in the Bald Head Island community, it is important to have the help of an expert who not only is knowledgeable about real estate trends in Bald Head Island, but is also professional, and has a proven track record of success. Marketing and selling property in our economy today requires a real estate specialist.
LEARN MORE ABOUT BALD HEAD ISLAND
Bald Head Island, also known as Smith Island, is two miles off the Cape Fear River on the coast of North Carolina. It is the most southern of the cape islands in North Carolina and the most northern point where a Sabal palm tree will grow. This fact makes Bald Head Island a haven for a wide array of wildlife, including nearly 200 species of birds, dolphins, loggerhead turtles, alligators, deer, foxes, and an amazing variety of fish.
Taking the 20-minute passenger ferry to this island will brings you to a stunning slow paced community without the stresses of everyday life. Transportation on Bald Head Island is limited to golf carts, bikes, and flip flops – that’s right, no automobiles are allowed on the island, which shapes the relaxed and quiet feeling of the island. Mild weather and striking natural scenery make Bald Head Island a beloved local paradise that has retained a quiet atmosphere perfect for enjoying the landscape.
With beaches rimming its eastern, southern and western shores, the island's geography presents another remarkable phenomenon: the sun both rises and sets over the Atlantic Ocean each day.
With 10,000 of the island's 12,000 total acres set aside as nature preserves, choosing which environment to explore first on Bald Head Island can be a tough decision. Ocean beaches stretch for 14 miles, while a serpentine tidal creek, perfect for paddling a kayak or canoe, traverses the salt marsh. The maritime forest, with its miles of walking trails, beckons hikers with an enchanting mix of palms, live oaks, dogwoods and cedars.