Jacksonville Real Estate
Located in the heart of it all, Jacksonville is a diverse community that has something for everyone. The city is home to Camp Lejeune, New River Air Station, and MARSOC, as well as the oldest continuously operating USO in the world.
In addition to its military presence, Jacksonville is also known for its world-famous seafood that is harvested from the river and intracoastal waterway. The area’s breathtaking beaches and scenic trails have long been a major attraction for residents and tourists alike. Other popular activities in the area include camping, parks, horseback riding, golfing, historic areas, water sports, and boating. Despite its many amenities, Jacksonville retains its relaxing country feel, and it’s a great place to call home.
For those interested in military history, Camp Lejeune is a must-visit destination. Established in 1941, it is the “Home of Expeditionary Forces in Readiness” and covers over 150,000 acres. Along with the surrounding community of Jacksonville/Onslow County, Camp Lejeune serves approximately 180,000 active duty, retiree, civilian, and dependent personnel. It has won the Commander-in-Chief’s Award for Installation Excellence six times and is home to MARSOC in Sneads Ferry. The Marines, sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and civilian Marines who work at Camp Lejeune play an important role in the efficient management of the base, which borders Onslow County.
- Carolina Beach and Kure Beach
- Holden Beach, Supply, and Shallotte
- Wilmington–Historic Downtown
- Morehead City / Beaufort
- Burgaw and Rocky Point
- Bald Head Island
- Leland and Belville
- Ocean Isle, Calabash, and Sunset Beach
- Southport and Oak Island
- Topsail Island – Surf City and Topsail Beach
- Wrightsville Beach