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We have renovated the Sanibel Suite which is now open with a new look and upgraded accommodations.
For reservations and information, please call Jay Gartrell at (910) 772-9929, text 910-471-9929, or email him at email@example.com. Please include your telephone number.
is a lovely Queen Anne style home that was built in 1897 by Frederick and Minnie Hashagan, who lived in residence there until 1922. Seven fireplaces with their original mantlepieces, mouldings and stained glass windows are some of the original details that are still in place. This blend makes comfortable, well-appointed rooms for guests.
Enjoy a good night's sleep and waken to the smell of fresh-brewed coffee. After a hearty Southern breakfast take a short 5-minute stroll past lovely historic homes to the bustling Riverwalk. Browse through antique shops, art galleries and other unique stores that line the streets. If the beach is your destination, we are a short drive, about 15-minutes, to some of the loveliest beaches in the U.S., including Wrightsville, Kure, Carolina Beaches, Fort Fisher, Southport and Orton Plantation.
We are a short, 5-minute stroll, to the Cape Fear Riverwalk and other interesting downtown attractions.
Thalian Hall · Cape Fear River · St. John's Museum
Cape Fear Museum · The Bellamy Mansion · Many Cafes and Restaurants
Coastline Convention Center · The Cotton Exchange · Chandler's Wharf · U.S.S. North Carolina
Great Shopping · Riverfront Park · Public Library
Blue Heaven Features
CABLE TV · WRAP AROUND PORCH
LARGE ROOMS AND SUITES-SOME WITH FIREPLACES · QUEEN BEDS
PHONE SERVICE, E-MAIL AND FAX SERVICE AVAILABLE · LONG TERM RATES AVAILABLE
Foyer, Dining Room and Parlor Pictures
The restored interior features a beautiful original hand carved staircase and foyer, original North Carolina heartpine floors, 10 foot ceilings, original wainscotting and trim and 7 fireplaces - some with original mantles.
The beautifully detailed home has been restored almost to the original layout and has been furnished with unique pieces found in local galleries and antique shops. Each room has its own unique appeal accented by interesting prints or original artwork.
How to Find Us
From the south (Hwy. 74-76-17): after crossing the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge bear left to downtown. Turn left onto Third Street. Proceed Six blocks to Orange Street. Turn right and go to the corner of Sixth Street. Blue Heaven is the fifth house on the left; 517 Orange Street.
From the north or west: Take I-40 to Hwy. 17 (Market Street) south into the Historic District. Turn left onto Sixth Street. Proceed two blocks to Orange Street. The house is on the right corner, 517 Orange Street.
Web Site Links
All the sites of Wilmington’s downtown Historic District are an easy walk from Blue Heaven!
Dozens of attractions within a 10-minute stroll of Blue Heaven include:
Bellamy Mansion http://www.bellamymansion.org/
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science http://www.capefearmuseum.com/
Children’s Museum of Wilmington http://www.playwilmington.org/
Horsedrawn Tours Wilmington NC http://www.horsedrawntours.com/
New Elements Gallery http://www.newelementsgallery.com/content/
Thalian Hall http://www.thalianhall.org/
Wilmington Water Tours http://www.wilmingtonwatertours.com/
You can reach popular sites like the USS Battleship North Carolina, Cameron Art Museum, Screen Gems Studios, and the University of North Carolina Wilmington in about 10 minutes or less by car!
Battleship USS North Carolina http://www.battleshipnc.com/
Cameron Art Museum http://www.cameronartmuseum.com/
Screen Gems Studio Tours http://www.screengemsstudios.com/nc/
University of North Carolina Wilmington http://uncw.edu/
About a half-hour drive takes you to one of our four unique public beaches, Airlie Gardens, or Revolutionary War and Civil War sites:
Airlie Gardens http://www.airliegardens.org/