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About Wilmington New Homes and Living in Wilmington, NC:
Located in New Hanover County, Wilmington, North Carolina is an inviting southeastern coastal town bordered by the Cape Fear River to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It's the perfect place for new homes!
According to www.wilmingtonnc.gov/city_manager/about_wilmington, Wilmington, NC was named in honor of Spencer Compton, the Earl of Wilmington, who was Prime Minister under George II. Wilmington, NC was incorporated in 1739, and became a city in 1866. In 1840 Wilmington, NC was the largest town in the state, and remained so through the early 1900s, due to the thriving ports along the Cape Fear River and the arrival of the Wilmington, NC and Raleigh Railroad (renamed the Wilmington, NC & Weldon Railroad in 1854). When the railroad was completed in 1840, it was the largest continuous railroad track in the world.
Also known as the Port City, Wilmington, NC is the childhood home of basketball great Michael Jordan and journalist David Brinkley. Other famous Wilmington, NC natives include Althea Gibson, Minnie Evans, Kevin Beasley, Sonny Jurgenson, Sugar Ray Leonard, Charles Kuralt, Charlie Daniels, Roman Gabriel, Meadowlark Lemon, and Alge Crumpler. New homes have been built for many of the area's residents. Wilmington, NC is not the new home, but the longtime home to the WWII Battleship USS North Carolina (BB-55) and was the site of the commissioning of the Virginia Class USS North Carolina (777) submarine in May 2008 and the missile-guided destroyer USS Gravely in November 2010.
Wilmington, NC and the surrounding area and beaches offer a wide array of things to do and see. Horse-drawn carriages meander along the historic nearly two mile downtown Riverwalk while riverboats cruise Wilmington, NC's 300 year-old harbor, but the past is only part of Wilmington, NC's narrative. What was once a busy port filled with markets, warehouses, and the world's largest cotton exchange has.
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