Neighborhoods
--Audubon
--Brookwood
--Carolina Heights
--Carolina Place
--Downtown North
--Downtown South
--Figure Eight Island
--Forest Hills - Beaumont
--Glen Meade
--Greenville Loop
--Landfall
--Lincoln Forest
--Pine Valley
--S. Oleander-Higland Hills
--Wrightsville Beach

 
 
  AUDUBON in mid-town Wilmington
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This charming Bungalow is indicative of the style in the neighborhood.

NEIGHBORHOOD STATS
Home sizes average 1300 sq ft
Lot sizes average around .25 acres
Most homes were built 1920 - 1950

The Audubon neighborhood is a charming older neighborhood in the middle of Wilmington. Most homes were built in the 1920s - 1950s. Many are bungalow style, simple, well built.
The neighborhood was actually launched in 1911, and there is still a trolly station standing, a concrete structure that has the distinction of being North Carolina's smallest structure in the National Historic Registry.

Negatives: historic homes require maintenance, and many of the homes were built before the era of large closets and bathrooms. Affected by Wrightsville and Oleander traffic.

 


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