Featured Listing Friday: 153 Edgewater Lane

This week’s Featured Listing Friday takes us to a gracious Southern Colonial home with a charming history dating to the 1800s perched on a high 1 acre lot overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and Wrightsville Beach.  Located at 153 Edgewater Lane, this listing from Cindy Southerland features 5466 heated square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath with a chef’s kitchen and an eat-in breakfast area, English pub bar, and much, much more. This Impeccably maintained home with fine gardens has been featured on the NC Azalea Festival Garden Tour. Children and adults alike will marvel at the tree house built among one of many majestic oaks.

Q: What distinctive features set this home apart?

A: Gracious Southern porches, 12 foot ceilings Colonial molding, 6 fireplaces, moss covered Live Oaks

Q: Can you describe the architectural style of the home?

A: Southern Plantation

Q: What are the advantages of the location and neighborhood?

A: Quiet setting with majestic Live Oaks yet walking distance to waterfront fine dining

Q: Does the community have any amenities we should know about?

A: Community dock. House features 45 foot boat slip in no wake zone

Q: What makes the price of this home so great?

A: 5400+ heated square feet on One acre of land with sweeping water views and deeded boat slip. Outdoor entertaining areas with gunite pool, outdoor kitchen and fireplace, gardens featured on NC Azalea Festival

Q: Can you tell us a fun fact about this home?

A: Land originally purchased by Captain Charles D Ellis a Wilmington merchant and yachtsman. Famous author Boyden Sparkes was reported to have lived here

Q: Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?

A: Tree house has spiral staircase looks like straight out of fairy tale book

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