Colony I at Oyster Bay Golf Course is located in Sunset Beach, Brunswick County, North Carolina, just across the road from the Intracoastal Waterway and minutes from the bridge leading to the Atlantic Ocean and the beach.
Unit 14F is a third, top floor unit with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The unit, combined with its cathedral ceiling and glass sliding doors and windows is bright and very quiet.
Sunset Beach is located between Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC. There is also easy access to points south, including Georgetown and Charleston, SC.
Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach offer pure fun. There are dozens of miniature golf courses, NASCAR speedpark with its go carts, outlet shopping, musical shows, such as the Carolina Opry and Alabama Theatre, arcades and boutique shopping-all within thirty minutes of the condo.
For history lovers, there are numerous antebellum plantations, colonial era BrunswickTown, Fort Fisher, a civil war fort and Moore's Creek battlefield, the battleship North Carolina in Wilmington and the aircraft carrier Yorktown in Charleston, SC., all within easy driving distance. Enjoy the colonial and antebellum architecture in Charleston and Wilmington.
Gardeners will enjoy Orton Plantation and Brookhaven Gardens and the early April Azalea Festival in Wilmington where costumed belles provide tours of private gardens.
The entire area is known for its many top-rated golf courses.
The area abounds with restaurants. Calabash, our immediate neighbor, offers a dozen seafood reastaurants from the outdoor seafood shack to the more refined Boundary House. In between are the classic Calabash fried seafood restaurants lining the working fishing piers. Each evening you can watch the fishermen unload their catch.
The real draw is the beautiful, uncrowded beach. Sunset Beach is a wide expanse of pure sand. It boasts a long pier jutting into the ocean where you can spend the day fishing or just walk out and watch the waves at night. A nice advantage is the free parking lots and shower facilities for washing off the sand at the end of the day.