With a quaint downtown area that includes a number of well-regarded restaurants, as well as endless sandy beaches, a fishing pier, a nature preserve and several cultural attractions, Kure Beach real estate is a valuable, sought-after commodity. Located about 15 miles south of Wilmington, and just a quick, easy ferry ride away from Southport, North Carolina, the quiet seaside town of Kure Beach offers a variety of coastal real estate, from vacation rental investment properties and newly built luxury homes to oceanfront townhomes and traditional beach cottages.
One reason why people seek to purchase Kure Beach real estate is the chance to walk or drive the golf cart to Big Daddy’s Seafood Restaurant, an iconic Kure Beach destination that serves traditional Calabash-style fried seafood, Jack Mackerels Island Grill, a Caribbean-inspired seafood restaurant with a second floor deck, and Freddie’s Italian Restaurant, a secret spot for the locals that is known for having the best pork chops in the Wilmington area.
What are some of the other top Kure Beach destinations? People love to visit Kure Beach for the chance to visit the Kure Beach Fishing Pier, the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, which includes a 93,000 square foot building set on 23 acres near the Southport ferry launch, and the Fort Fisher State Historic site, a major for that kept supply routes open to Wilmington during the Civil War, Joe Eakes Park, and and Zeke’s Island Nature Preserve. Of course, no mention of things to see and do in Kure Beach would be complete without noting that Kure Beach offers a wide array of options for those who like to be outdoors, whether its surfing, fishing and boating, beach combing, hiking or biking.
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