Plantation Landing is an expansive community in northern New Hanover County, adjacent to Futch Creek, which leads to the intracoastal waterway. Established in 2003, the community is still growing! Plantation Landing offers a variety of floor plans ranging from 1500 square feet to over 4000 square feet. The neighborhood consists of about 400 homes, organized into several sections; craftsman cottages with detached garages in "The Cottages", brick homes with two-car garages in "Oak Ridge", and custom, marsh-front homes in "Sagewood" among them. The starting price for a home in Plantation Landing is $200,000, with homes in the "Sagewood" section valued at well over $700,000. The community feels well established because the developers went to great lengths to design the home sites and roads around the existing trees. Amenities available to residents of Plantation Landing include two swimming pools, well-maintained and oft-used tennis courts, playground and picnic areas, sidewalks and paved trails for walking or biking, two fishing ponds, and marsh views along Futch Creek. The clubhouse is a converted plantation house, so it offers unique charm. Among the highlights are the rocking chair front porch, game room, kitchen, and event space indoors and out. It's a great place to get to know neighbors at the scheduled gatherings like the weekly poker night or you can reserve it for your own private function. Quarterly HOA dues cover the upkeep of all these awesome amenities, as well as road and common area maintenance. Plantation Landing is part of the New Hanover County school district, with resident children likely to attend Blair Elementary, Holly Shelter Middle, and Laney High school. Plantation Landing is just down the street from such conveniences as Harris Teeter and Food Lion for your groceries, as well as great local restaurants like K38 Mexican Grill, Kornerstone Bistro, Antonio's Pizza, and Fuzzy Peach frozen yogurt, and popular chains like Buffalo Wild Wings and McDonald's. The community is conveniently located to highway access, so you can easily go to the historic downtown Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Jacksonville, Raleigh, Charlotte, or Myrtle Beach. Although you're minutes to anywhere in Wilmington, the neighborhood isn't within the city limits, which means no city taxes!