Harbor Bay: Supply, NC

Harbor Bay is all about a feeling of neighborhood, that comfortable, pleasant aura that surrounds you when people know your name and wave to you from their front porch. Harbor Bay, located in Supply, North Carolina, is more than just a group of houses; it’s a place where people become friends and friends become family.

This welcoming neighborhood atmosphere is of paramount importance to Harbor Bay’s developer, John F. “Ricky” Parker Jr. A Brunswick County native, Parker has close ties to the Holden Beach area and a genuine interest in making Harbor Bay a wonderful place to live.

“I want people to be comfortable here,” says Parker. “They’re going to get the best we can give because we live here, too, and care deeply about the community.”

At Harbor Bay you’ll experience a true sense of community along with the serenity of a beautiful natural setting—abundant open space, magnificent live oaks, gorgeous landscaping and the peaceful Little Shallotte River. Wonderful amenities abound, including the private clubhouse and catering kitchen at The Club at Harbor Bay, a swimming pool, a riverfront gazebo, water access for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, clamming and shrimping, a large, gated storage area for recreational vehicles, boats and other watercraft, plus a private beach parking lot. If golf is your passion, you’ll love teeing off at any of the 30 area courses.

Harbor Bay is the perfect place to relax and escape from the crowds and traffic, yet it’s not far from the exciting cities of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and historic Wilmington, North Carolina. Popular Myrtle Beach boasts a wealth of attractions, including amusement parks, concert venues and outlet malls. Downtown Wilmington features many historic homes, the Cape Fear Museum, Battleship North Carolina and a lovely Riverwalk with restaurants and specialty shops. You’ll also find a variety of great restaurants, unique shops and attractions in Holden Beach and the surrounding Brunswick County area. The Harbor Bay community consists of 47 acres with only 123 home sites. “We could have put in more home sites,” says Parker, “but we wanted our residents to enjoy more personal open space, and we’re committed to maximizing the natural surroundings within Harbor Bay’s common areas.”

Prices for home sites range from approximately $150,000 and up.

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