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2.69 Ac Waterfront Property For Sal

Tarpon Pointe : Bath, NC 27808

Beaufort County, North Carolina

2.69 Acres
$69,000 USD
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Beautiful Waterfront Property for Sale on Tarpon Pointe in the Carolina Shores Development, with immediate access to the Pamlico River and some of the best fishing on the East Coast. Beautiful Views of the Water, minutes by boat to the Pamlico Sound and Pungo Reef, this location is a hot spot for Tarpon and Big Drum.

2.69 acre Waterfront Property for Sale in Beaufort County, NC. Are you looking for an affordable waterfront property with sweeping views of the Pamlico River This property is perfect for you. If you love fishing this property boasts over 300' of waterfront on the Ashon Gut of Little East Creek with immediate access to the Pamlico River, Pungo Reef and the East Fork Creek, this property is perfect for a weekend getaway or full time permanent residence. Imagine sitting on your dock watching world class yachts and sailboats cruise the waters of the Pamlico River and Intracoastal Waterway right out of your back door. With these views and the protection of inland creek this truly is a beautiful waterfront property.

Just minutes away is the historic Town of Bath, NC, this area is steeped in the rich history of down east Carolina.

European settlement near the Pamlico River in the 1690S led to the creation of Bath, North Carolina's first town, in 1705. The town's location seemed ideal with easy access to the river and the Atlantic Ocean 50 miles away at Ocracoke Inlet. Trade in naval stores, furs, and tobacco was important, and Bath became the first port of entry into North Carolina. In 1707, a grist mill and the colony's first shipyard were established in the town. A library sent to St. Thomas Parish in 1701 became the first public library in the colony. Bath was also the haunt of Edward Teach, better known as the pirate Blackbeard. An expedition of the British Navy killed him in a naval battle near Ocracoke in 1718. A few miles to the north lies the coastal town of Belhaven, NC, cuddled in the midst of Pantego Creek and Pungo River. Once known as Jack's Neck, then Bellport, finally the town became known as Belhaven which means beautiful harbor. Belhaven is known for its fine old homes, some of which were built in the late 1800'S and early 1900'S. One can go, by water, eight miles southeast to Pamlico Sound. From there the Outer Banks of North Carolina lay fifteen miles east.

In a normal year, Pungo River and its tributaries and Pamlico Sound and its tributaries, are a sports fisherman's paradise. There is also an abundance of wildlife in the area including white tail deer, black bear, rabbits, squirrels, quail, swan and most all varieties of ducks and geese. From fishing and hunting, sailing and water sports, the area offers all of this and much, much more. The Atlantic Ocean out of Ocracoke and Oregon Inlets provide a marvelous deep-sea fishing experience. For more information on this property or other Waterfront Property for Sale in Beaufort County NC, contact Billy McOwen at, email at or visit our new state of the art website at Land & Farms Realty and see everything that is available in this area.

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