About Us
Magnolia Greens Overview
Magnolia Greens was one of the first golf course communities to be developed in Leland, NC, and features lovely single-family homes, town homes and condos set among mature trees, protected green spaces, natural forests, ponds and lakes. This development of 1170 homes is located off Route 17S in Brunswick County directly across the Cape Fear River from historic downtown Wilmington. 
The community has two outdoor swimming pools, an 8,800 square foot Rec Center with a heated indoor salt water pool, a work-out room with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, a group fitness room where a variety of fitness classes are offered, a lounge area, meeting room, lockers, showers and saunas. In addition, there is a game room to support activities for younger residents, and there are two outdoor lighted tennis/pickleball/basketball courts, a playground and a picnic and grill area
Magnolia Greens surrounds a public 27-hole Tom Jackson-designed championship golf course owned and operated by the Renaissance Golf group. It includes a pro shop and clubhouse featuring Blossoms, a beautifully designed restaurant and bar that serves as a gathering place for watching sporting events, listening to live music on the patio, and other social events.

Magnolia Greens Lifestyle
Magnolia Greens is the perfect-sized community where it’s easy to get to know your neighbors and others in the community. Southern charm and hospitality create a gracious, laid-back atmosphere.
The community offers a wide variety of interests from golf, tennis, pickleball, walking, bicycling and water fitness to slower paced activities such as bridge, Bunco, pinochle, knitting and even a fantasy football club. 
There are many annual events for both adults and children (or grandchildren) including a 4th of July parade and picnic, an Easter egg hunt, an Hawaiian party, a Christmas craft show, etc. Magnolia Greens residents also have access to a variety of classes and cultural events offered at the new Leland Cultural Arts Center which is located at the entrance to the development. 
Brunswick County is a geographically desirable area that is a 40-mile stretch between Wilmington, NC, and Myrtle Beach, SC. Brunswick County is one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S. and continues to expand in both the housing and commercial markets. Several new restaurants and shops are currently under construction, as well as new local health care options and additional park and recreation areas in the county.
Just across the Cape Fear River, downtown Wilmington features a River Walk with a variety of  restaurants and shops. Educational and cultural events are offered year round through both the University of North Carolina Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College as well as local theater groups, galleries and museums. Beachgoers can choose from several area beaches including Wrightsville Beach in New Hanover County and Sunset, Holden and Ocean Isle beaches in Brunswick County. Boaters and kayakers as well as fishermen can enjoy time on the Intracoastal Waterway, the Cape Fear and Brunswick Rivers and the beaches.