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What We’re Loving Lately…

What We’re Loving Lately…

What We're Loving Lately... here's a roundup of our current favs!Check out what's been making us happy lately! Each of us dish on our current obsessions, from hangouts to binge-worthy Netflix picks. We're sharing a few recent favorites!DANIELLE Favorite Local Hangout:...

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The Summer House: Your Townhome with a Backyard Oasis

The Summer House: Your Townhome with a Backyard Oasis

Are you seeking a property in the heart of Wilmington Beach in Carolina Beach where you can truly unwind? If so, look no further than this property listed by Alyssa Bleau of Gillespie Group Real Estate, a Carolina One Company. This charming townhome located at 1516...

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Townhomes on Dow Avenue

Townhomes on Dow Avenue

Brand-new construction townhomes in Kure Beach have hit the market, are you ready to take a peek? Listing Agent Danielle Gillespie of the Gillespie Group is thrilled to introduce you to 119 Dow Avenue, the newest gem on the island. This charming build by TOO...

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2024 Real Estate Market Report

2024 Real Estate Market Report

Real Estate Agent Danielle Gillespie of The Gillespie Group, a Carolina One Company, shares her projections for the 2024 Real Estate Market. The 2024 Real Estate market changes will heavily depend on the individual markets at hand. For us locally in the coastal region...

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