The picturesque neighborhood of Beaumont is populated by classic American homes featuring Colonial and Foursquare architectures. Exteriors are typically either brick or siding and all sit far from the road, tucked into their own lot. Homes in the neighborhood were all built between 1944 and 1999, and many have undergone renovations to combine the best of modern convenience with strong, American architectural features. Many homes feature vintage tiled bathrooms, thick crown and floor molding, fireplaces, hardwood floors and wide-open floor spaces. The average interior area for homes comes to approximately 2,272 square feet, ideal space for single-family homes.
The majority of Beaumont homes are fortunate enough to feature larger than average yards, filled with strong, old trees and lush, green grass. Oaks, crepe myrtles, magnolias and pine trees line nearly every road, creating lovely pools of shade and a scenic drive. Beaumont is located directly behind Beaumont Park, which features a large playground and wide-open, shaded fields for playing and relaxing outdoors.
Beaumont is located off of Market Street, with entrances there and on Wayne Drive, which comprises the main road throughout the neighborhood. The neighborhood is bound by several roads, including Mercer Avenue, South 29th Street and Randall Parkway. Roads Renovah Circle and Stradleigh comprise the majority of roads within the neighborhood.
Being situated between Market Street and Independence Boulevard, Beaumont is afforded the convenience of various nearby restaurants, businesses and retail stores, such as the Wilmington Family YMCA, Burnt Mill Business Park, Cape Fear Country Club, Independence Mall and more. The neighborhood is only 2.4 miles from Downtown Wilmington, as well as the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Residents can reach Wrightsville Beach, only 8 miles away, in less than 20 minutes.
The subdivision of Beaumont is located within the New Hanover County Schools district, which serves two preschools, 26 elementary schools, nine middle schools and seven high schools. K-12 students in the neighborhood will attend Forest Hills Elementary, Williston Middle and New Hanover High.
Beaumont’s closest neighbors include the subdivisions of Octavia, Forest Hills and Brookwood.
Interested in learning more about Wilmington, NC real estate? Contact us today and start discovering the best neighborhoods in Wilmington, NC.