- Price Range
- High $100s - Mid $300s
- Home Types
- Attached, Single-Family
- Number of Homes
- New And Resale Homes
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 2007 - Present
- Bill Clark Homes
- 3 reviews
Sunset Ridge Overview
Sunset Ridge is a community located in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. This community features both single-family and attached homes available on both a new and resale basis. Residents here have access to a variety of top-notch amenities and planned activities as part of everyday life in this quaint community of 258 homes. The prime location in Coastal North Carolina offers plenty of recreational options with local beaches and parks.
Sunset Ridge Amenities
Sunset Ridge is home to a spacious clubhouse fully equipped with a variety of useful amenities. Neighborhood clubs can hold gatherings in the meeting room, or residents can prepare a snack in the full catering kitchen. With a variety of social spaces available at Sunset Ridge, gathering with friends has never been easier.
The fun continues outdoors with a pool and patio area for relaxation. BBQ and picnic areas are also available and make perfect event spaces on a nice day. Residents can go for a jog or bike ride on any of the trails that meander through this beautiful community, and on their way pass the scenic lakes scattered across the grounds. The neighborhood is also home to parks, making it the perfect outdoor oasis for Baby Boomers in North Carolina.
Sunset Ridge Homes & Real Estate
Bill Clark Homes began construction on Sunset Ridge in 2007 and, when complete, it will feature 258 homes. Homebuyers in Sunset Ridge have a variety of model types to choose from and the neighborhood offers both attached and single-family homes in different sizes.
The attached homes at Sunset Ridge range in size from 1,201 to 1,381 square feet. The models include two or three bedrooms and two baths, as well as an attached garage to make parking a breeze. The low-maintenance exteriors and first-floor master bedrooms make these home styles perfect for retirees.
Sunset Ridge also offers a variety of single-family home options, ranging in square footage from 1,406 to 2,050. These models all feature three bedrooms and two or three bathrooms, and a two-car garage for parking and storage. These units allow residents to really enjoy the North Carolina weather, some including wrapped front porches and covered patios among other luxurious features.
Sunset Ridge Lifestyle
Sunset Ridge attracts an active lifestyle, meaning activities and events are commonplace here. Thanks to the clubhouse it’s never been easier for neighbors to meet for clubs and classes. A well-equipped outdoor amenity area is great for regular barbecues and picnics. A modest homeowners’ association (HOA) fee means exterior home and common area maintenance is covered by the community, giving residents more time to truly enjoy themselves in retirement.
Sunset Ridge in Ocean Isle Beach is located in Coastal North Carolina, putting it near a variety of beaches and outdoor recreation options. The neighborhood is just down the street from several golf courses and a short drive from the Ocean Isle Beach Pier. Fans of the beach can also enjoy a number of beachside restaurants and shops all within a short distance from Sunset Ridge.This community is also near a variety of everyday conveniences that make running errands easy. Sunset Ridge is right down the street from a post office as well as a Food Lion for grocery shopping needs. For out-of-town travel, residents can hop on the nearby Highway 17 or travel to the Grand Strand Airport which is just 30 minutes away by car. Convenient and bustling, Sunset Ridge is a must-see community in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina.
Sunset Ridge Amenities
- Meeting Room
- Exercise Room
- Catering Kitchen
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Patio
- BBQ Area
- Picnic Area
- Scenic Lakes
- Walking & Biking Trails
- Parks & Natural Space
Sunset Ridge Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in Sunset Ridge. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Social Events
Price Range: Mid $200s - High $200s
The attached homes at Sunset Ridge range in size from 1,201 to 1,381 square feet. The models include two or three bedrooms and two baths, as well as an attached garage to make parking a breeze. The low-maintenance exteriors and first-floor master bedrooms make these home styles perfect for retirees. Please Note: Not all floor plans are available at this time.
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Single Family Homes
Price Range: Mid $200s - High $200s
Sunset Ridge also offers a variety of single-family home options, ranging in square footage from 1,406 to 2,050. These models all feature three bedrooms and two or three bathrooms, and a two-car garage for parking and storage. These units allow residents to really enjoy the North Carolina weather, some including wrapped front porches and covered patios among other luxurious features. Please Note: Not all floor plans are available at this time.View Floorplans
Sunset Ridge Reviews
- Carrie V.|June 10, 2019This is a great community. You will always find people who complain. The pool is beautiful and people are very friendly. Very happy to be here.
- Todd T.|March 20, 2019This is a great place to live there are his rules but not hard to follow , just meant to keep place looking nice.All new homes have a few little problems but they fix them before you move in and you have a year warranty for anything else . We are so happy to live here great neighborhood.
- John S.|December 18, 2018Was a nice neighborhood at one point, now it's noisy, the other residents, especially the elder community are rude and have a serious gossiping problem. Like pools? Watch out, our new committee might come and try to control your fun, enforcing rules you never agreed to. (I pay for our community pool, yet I come back every few months to find new rule changes. The immaturity level among the elder residents is worse than what you expect from an elementary school classroom. Construction workers begin their work at 8:00am, eliminating your chance to sleep past 8. This neighborhood was once a nice place to live... However, backward rules/policies, rude/childish adult residents, loud and noisy construction every single morning, and finally, if you get your house built in this neighborhood, prepare yourself, you'll be making repairs left and right a mere six months after moving in. Lack of building experience is pretty obvious when after only a year and a half of living in a brand new home, I've spent thousands of dollars on repairs.
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