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Surf City has many choices when it comes to real estate and real estate communities.
Among those choices are the town homes communities such as Sea Star Village, Summer Winds, Turtle Cove or the mainland Triton's Village. Most of these communities have amenities such as pools and some even have ocean access.
For families interested in single family homes, Surf City has many homes located within the city limits but not in a subdivision. These homes range from ocean front, second row, interior and waterfront. Several subdivisions are also offered such as Live Oaks of Topsail, Pirate's Cove & Pleasant Cove.
Surf City was incorporated in 1949 on what was then a very unpopulated island off the coast of North Carolina. Many relics still exist from Operation Bumblebee ( a rocket testing project of the US Government) and even a ship wreck!
Fast forward to the modern-day town in North Carolina, Surf City is the largest town on Topsail Island with city limits out to Highway 17 on the mainland.
The town is centrally located on Topsail Island, with direct access from Highway 50, 17 & 210 over the "swing bridge". The famous "swing bridge" is one of the oldest public maintained bridges of its type and only adds to the quaint feeling of the island.
With the real estate in Surf City you will find all the services you would expect from most towns. Surf City has a full police department with marine patrol, a paid and volunteer fire department with modern equipment, water, sewer, trash and recycling.
The town also features several playgrounds as well as a large park on the sound side of the swing bridge. The park offers visitors picnic tables, waterside boardwalk, a sound side fishing pier and a boat ramp. One the weekends, there are even outdoor movies for the family!
You will also find a community center with tennis courts, gym and fitness rooms. Regularly scheduled classes at the community center are posted on the town's website
Surf City has public beach access every few blocks, so you will always have access
to the beach no matter when you arrive and not to mention . .. parking is FREE!
While the island portion of Surf City is a quaint "laid back" island community, over on the mainland portion you will find a robust commercial district featuring Harris Teeter, Food Lion, Lowes, McDonald's, BoJangle's, several ethnic restaurants, medical and various shopping centers.
The town offers much to the real estate market.
On the mainland, you will find communities such as Turtle Creek or Salt Water Landing that offer coastal homes within minutes to the island with equally nice amenity packages.
A few of the island communities such as Island Oaks, Pirate's Cove, Turtle Cove & the Surf Condos offer island living with several other amenities such as pools, water access and tennis courts depending on the community.