Middle Island Homes for Sale

Middle Island is the most secluded neighborhood on Bald Head Island. Lots Range from a one-half acre and larger on this 120-acre community, with 22 acres gifted to Bald Head Island Conservancy has a lot of wildlife including several species of herons, egrets, and ibis. The neighborhood has 3 private docks and boat access and Cape Creek and private East Beach access. East Beach is one of the East Coast’s most important nesting grounds for loggerhead turtles! In addition to homes for sale in Middle Island, you will also find available homes in nearby communities like Palm Court, Palmetto Cove, and Sabal Palm Cottages.

Middle Island Homes for Sale September 26, 2022
2
Listed
76
Avg. DOM
$1,180.76
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,962,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
Pending
11 Cape Creek Road Bald Head Island, NC 28461
$2,750,000
Neighborhood: Bhi Middle Island
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,675
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
71
Days on Site
100339551
MLS
Welcome to 11 Cape Creek, where the rare combination of total privacy and unparalleled water views take center stage. With views of Bald Head Creek to the front and Cape Creek, East Beach & the...
$3,175,000
Neighborhood: Bhi Middle Island
5
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
2,381
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
82
Days on Site
100337817
MLS
Stunning 5 bedroom, 2700 square feet total with crofter, new construction home steps from Cape Creek 10,000 acre tidal marsh preserve overlooking East Beach sand dunes and the soft blue waters of the...

Living in Middle Island

The cost is $20/person for BHI Conservancy Friend Members and Non- members, $15/person for BHI Conservancy Partner, Sponsor, and Patron Members, and Free for BHI Conservancy Life Members. If you would rather hear the purr of an electric golf cart instead of the rumble of vehicles, then this is the ideal location for your next home purchase because the island prides itself on allowing no cars. Nationally known for the sea turtle nests, Bald Head Island will provide you with many opportunities to enjoy Mother Nature at her finest. The Island is only 3 miles long. Even though Old Baldy Light is now out of commission, it still beckons visitors and residents to come and explore the historic grounds of this oldest lighthouse in North Carolina.