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No. 2214 Allens Lane sold for $1,349,000 in August 2014. PHOTO COURTESY OF CENTURY 21 SWEYER & ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE $431,100 $639,500 $885,750 $1,179,000 $937,500 $847,500 $745,500 $800,000 $600,000 $644,900 201 77 55 133 141 160 231 289 267 328 www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM 47 *NOTE: These averages are skewed by 5 fractional/ vacation ownership sales which negatively impact the averages, as does 5 condo-tel (500sf or less) sales and a boat slip sale. $522,389 $754,412 $1,018,360 $1,236,215 $1,141,458 $1,024,302 $944,032* $862,784 $725,917 $827,056 AVERAGE SALE PRICE MEDIAN SALE PRICE DAYS ON THE MARKET $719,954 $650,000 275 Median is a mathematical result that indicates that one half of the group is higher and one half lower. Median is not adversely affected by extreme numbers. $731,998 $675,000 202 ranked No. 6 at Wrightsville Beach in sales with five sales for a combined sales volume of $7.3 million. “It is tucked away, there is no public parking back there. Every house has water access at the end of the street.” A teardown of the oversized waterfront, two-unit 1954 house at No. 8 Water Street took seventh place in top sales prices at $1.6 million. Holding down the eighth slot was a bank-owned sale at 2601 North Lumina Avenue, West Shell Island Village. This iconic 1989 pink palatial home features 4 bedrooms, 4 and one- half baths, with 100ft of waterfront on the low water creek, which boasts a small pier. The home sold for just under $1.3 million. Ninth place island-wide went to 103 Island Drive: unique because, while not waterfront, it offers sunset water views from the rooftop and views from every deck. The almost 4,000sf home, built in 2003, sold for $1.3 million. Beatty says, “This was a local buyer that lived on the beach and wanted a bigger home.” No. 10, also not waterfront but oceanview, at 15 East Asheville Street, with 6 bedrooms and 5 baths, was built in 2009 and sold for $1.299 million. Cultine


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