Calabash Move-In Ready Homes
Building New Homes in Calabash, NC
At Caviness & Cates, we handpick the cities and communities where we build. We offer new home construction in several communities in the greater Calabash area. Whether your new home search takes you to the outskirts near Carolina Shores or within the Calabash city center, Caviness and Cates home builders have a community to fit your needs.
Our new homes for sale in Calabash are built with the quality and craftsmanship you've come to expect in a Caviness & Cates home. Protected by Exclusive 1-2-10 Year Warranty and built to enhance Energy Efficiency and comfort, our Calabash new homes are designed to give you the most value for your investment. Don't take our word for it - We invite you to take a video tour or visit our gallery of photos.
The Hamptons at Brunswick Plantation is a large gated community with a golf course, 5 clubhouses, 2 tennis courts, and 8 swimming pools. On top of all that there is an onsite restaurant & wedding venue, these homes start at $279,900 and the square ft. ranges from 1,800 to 2,200.
The Town of Calabash got its name from the calabash gourd, that when dried can be used as a bottle, bowl, ladle, and well pretty much anything. It’s is a small fishing town in Brunswick County, North Carolina, but it wasn’t always that way. In 1940 Calabash was nothing more than a small town on the Calabash river where people lived off the water. Due to its proximity to water people learned quickly that fishing in the Calabash River and selling their catch at the local market can make them a good living. It has evolved quickly to adopt catching and cooking seafood as its local identity.
Having Fun in Calabash
Sitting on the banks of the Intercoastal Waterway, Calabash prides itself as the “seafood capital of the world” because of its abundance of “calabash-style” seafood restaurants; so you’ll be sure to get your fair share of seafood in this town. If your not a foodie then Calabash large number of golf courses are sure to draw your attention. Its downtown center is full of restaurants, small boutiques, art shops, and one very large souvenir shop. If the shops in Calabash aren’t enough to keep you entertained, you can take a short drive to all the shopping and entertainment in Myrtle Beach.