Charming B&B in Southport, N.C.

Image Source: Atlantic Realty Professionals, Inc.

When it comes to setting the scene for romantic blockbusters, a quaint town on the coast of North Carolina holds the key to many directors' hearts. Southport -- located 30 miles south of Wilmington -- served as the filming location for A Walk to Remember, Nights in Rodanthe and tomorrow's Valentine's Day release, Safe Haven.

Smitten with the idea of a seaside romance, we set our sights on this idyllic house just a short walk from the Intracoastal Waterway. The rocking chairs on the double-decker front porch beg for visitors, and for good reason: The Bell-Clemmons House is a licensed bed and breakfast.

However, for $675,000, the historic home could be your perfect match. Extensively renovated in 2005, the house includes three guest bedrooms with private baths on the second floor, a master suite complete with it's own screened-in porch, and an impressive chef's kitchen with a butcher block island.

Location: Southport, N.C.
Listed By: David Berne of Atlantic Realty Professionals, Inc.
Price: $675,000

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