Monkey Junction is a dynamic residential neighborhood in Wilmington, NC. The area gets its unique name from the old filling station on Carolina Beach road that kept several live monkeys to attract and interest customers. The bus drivers that drove the route to Carolina Beach would announce “Next stop, Monkey Junction” when nearing the area, and the name stuck. Today, Monkey Junction is a lovely residential area, full of charming neighborhoods and terrific schools. The area begins south of Shipyard Boulevard and extends all the way down Carolina Beach road towards Pleasure Island. Residents love how central Monkey Junction is—it’s pretty much smack dab in the middle of Wilmington, NC, with Historic Downtown just a few miles west, and Carolina Beach and Kure Beach a short drive south. What more could you want?
Monkey Junction is a wonderful mix of gorgeous homes and overflowing nature. In recent years, the area has been a hotspot for homebuyers seeking an escape from the busier parts of town. If you want a spacious home with lots of yard space for kids and pets to play in, you’ll have plenty of options in Monkey Junction. The area boasts a diverse array of neighborhoods, from charming subdivisions to gated communities overlooking one of the area’s many golf courses. Whether you are shopping for a starter home or something larger for you and your family, Monkey Junction is a great place to settle down. The community of Monkey Junction is mostly families, couples, and homebuyers seeking a quiet, all-American environment. Monkey Junction is the perfect place to raise a family because it is safe, friendly, and close to all of the attractions in the greater Wilmington area. With so much space, new communities are popping up all the time.
Monkey Junction has also become a cultural hub in the greater Cape Fear region. Monkey Junction residents have the pleasure of the Cape Fear River to the west, and the Intracoastal Waterway to the east. There are also great public parks to hike, picnic, and explore in, including Halyburton Park, Wade Park, and lots of small lakes. Monkey Junction is also home to Tregembo Animal Park, the oldest zoo in eastern North Carolina. This unique private zoo houses beautiful exotic animals, and is a great family activity. Beau Rivage Golf Course and Pine Valley Country Club attract golf lovers and tennis enthusiasts, and are a great way to network within your community. For the art lover in you, the Cameron Art Museum hosts world-class exhibitions from both local and international artists as well as a stunning permanent collection.
We have an abundance of homes for sale in Monkey Junction, in many price ranges, sizes, and styles. Whether you are a first-time buyer or are looking for the perfect rental, we can provide you with all the real estate services you need. Feel free to contact one of our real estate agents or search our homes for sale.
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