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Featured Community: Jumpin Run, Wilmington

Just down the street from New Hanover Regional Medical Center on S. 17th Street is Jumpin Run, a charming brick townhome community that will challenge what you expect from townhome communities throughout Wilmington, NC. A large fountain and brick curbs reveal the extra time and thought put into the design of this community. Each unit has a brick mailbox, 1-car garage, and gated courtyard entrance, but once you step inside one of the units, you’ll see there’s tons of character.

High vaulted ceilings, built-in shelving, chair rail molding, arched windows, and granite countertops are just some of the details you may find in a townhome in Jumpin Run. Gas log fireplaces and sunrooms, as well as ceramic tile, are also common features. Each unit has 2-3 bedrooms and 2-3 baths, and spans 1,800-2,300 square-feet. Many have been updated since they were originally built, so features vary. There’s even been some remodeling done to help adjust the floor plans to the more open style that many buyers are looking for today.

View townhomes for sale in Jumpin Run.

Jumpin Run was developed during the mid-1980s to early 1990s. It’s private and tucked away, but near Wilmington’s largest medical complex, which is why it has been popular with those in the medical field. It’s also a short drive to shopping, dining, and the Historic District. The landscaping is mature and maintained by the HOA, and community amenities include a swimming pool and club house.

Currently, Jumpin Run falls within the Alderman Elementary, Williston Middle School, and New Hanover High School districts. You can see report cards for these school at the NC Public Schools website.

Want to know more about Jumpin Run or have questions about buying in Wilmington? Give us a call or send us a message through our Contact page.


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