Built in the early 1900s, the building is a good example of early North Carolina's Coastal architecture with central hallways and spacious breezy wrap-around porches furnished with large rockers and hammocks. Louvered outer doors to the eight non-smoking rental apartments give a Caribbean feel along with luminous beach colors and Caribbean-style folk art. The apartments are beautifully maintained, and are either one or two room air conditioned suites with private baths, ceiling fans and fully equipped kitchenettes. Perfect for couples or small families.

Once home to Station 6 on the Wrightsville Beach trolley line, this is now operated by the Wrights and has been in the same family since 1952. It is the oldest continuous business operation on the beach. Facing the sound on the south end of the island, it is set back from the road like a well-kept secret, yet only steps from the beach.


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Wilmington and Beaches Convention & Visitors Bureau

New Hanover County (2.46 miles)

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