One of the gems of Mississippi’s Biloxi-Gulfport metropolitan area is the tiny town of Woolmarket. Located right off of Exit 41 along Highway 67, the unincorporated community covers only 2.7 square miles and is known for being an affluent enclave.
The area boasts of majestic greenery and is only a 15-minute drive to Biloxi River, where there are 25 campsites with electric and water hookups.
- Woolmarket may be a small town, but its size is one of the main reasons why many families have chosen to settle here.
- Woolmarket has a strong French and Scots-Irish heritage and the community’s name is also sometimes spelled as Woolmarket.
- According to data from the 2010 Census, the community makes more money than 70% of the rest of the United States. More than 40% work in an executive, management, and professional capacity.
- The median home value in the area is higher than the state average.
- Woolmarket is part of the Harrison School District. At 17 to 1, the area has a lower student-to-teacher ratio than the national average.
- Woolmarket, Mississippi is ideally located – far away enough from the hustle and bustle of downtown Biloxi, but still close to the conveniences and attractions of the city, which includes casinos and the lakefront that’s only less than an hour’s drive away.
Homes for Sale in Woolmarket
Most of the homes for sale in Woolmarket are 3-4 bedroom and 4-5 bedroom single-family homes, with demand currently outstripping supply. Most of the homes in the area were built between the 1970s and the 1990s, with a smattering constructed in the 2000s.
Typical interior design features include granite countertops, vaulted ceilings, an open kitchen plan, fireplace, ceramic tile floors, and jetted tubs, among many others.
Does this exclusive neighborhood appeal to you? To find out more about the Woolmarket neighborhood, contact the real estate professionals at Coldwell Banker Smith Homes.
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