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SOUTHPORT, NC (WWAY) — A Brunswick County golf community is experiencing a boom in home sales. In fact, the leaders at St. James Plantation say 2012 was their best year yet.

“We welcome a new family every 27 hours to St. James, and that’s unbelievable,” General Manager Bob Duffy said.

Through the many struggles in the housing market, St.James Plantation has survived and even thrived.

“Last year we welcome over 275 families and closed over $40 million worth of property,” Duffy said. “In addition, we constantly have well over 150 homes under construction in the community at any given time.”

The 6,000-acre golf community is constantly building new homes to try and keep up with the demand. And it is no average neighborhood.

“We’re our own town,” Marketing Director Katie Campbell said. “We have a mayor. We have an EMS and fire department. What they give back to the community, I think, sets us apart.”

Campbell says she believes the main attraction is it offers something for everyone

“We have 81 holes of golf, a full-service marina, private beach club on Oak Island, tennis and 4,500 owners, so they keep us all very busy,” she said.

Campbell says the residents love the sense of community and are there to help one another.

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4 Comments on "ONLY ON 3: 2012 best year for homes sales at St. James"

2015 years 10 months ago

It is a great place….what are you talking about…..been there for 13 years. I love the Southport area.

2015 years 10 months ago

I have been there for 13 years and we do a lot of charitable work……Southport is a great town and I think ugly things are said by people that just love to complain.

2015 years 10 months ago

If you think there complaining is bad in the community. You should try working in their POA’s office. One of the best days of my life was the day I left there.

2015 years 10 months ago

The best part of that community is that, the people living there have to tell everyone that they live in St James when they get upset or have to wait for anything. Our community loves to hear these people complain about everything. Im going to start saying to them, my family was here first, sorry we didnt by the land first that is sinking!!


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