The Outer Banks of North Carolina are rich in history and provide a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. From being the home of America's first colony, the world’s first powered flight, wild horses, and lighthouses, there are over 100 miles of alluring seashore, quaint villages, and coastal towns.
The 11-mile stretch of sand north of Corolla and south of the Virginia border is made up of vast beaches, dense maritime forests, and a defined coastal marsh scene. Residents experience a unique way of traveling to and from their seaside residence - a four-wheel drive vehicle is necessary in this area of the Outer Banks. Driving on the beaches of 4x4 you’ll often catch a glimpse of Corolla wild horses.
Life in Corolla is quiet and laid back, but this secluded atmosphere comes to life in the summer. Also known as the “gold coast” of Currituck County, Corolla is situated on the northernmost region of the Outer Banks, just north of the town of Duck, and just south of the 4WB beaches of Carova. Residents are offered the natural beauty and pristine beaches that are known for outstanding surf and finely textured sand. Corolla has exceptional residential neighborhoods that are a short distance from many attractions, historical sites, locally owned restaurants, eclectic shops and boutiques.
Situated on a seven-mile barrier island in the northern part of the Outer Banks, the charming coastal town of Duck, NC has gained quite the prominent reputation over the past decade. The thriving seaside community consistently ranks high on the Travel Channel’s ‘America’s Best Beaches’ list since 2000. The unique positioning of Duck provides residents waterfront access from the ocean and the sound, providing expansive ocean views every which way you turn. Duck offers a tight-knit community feel and draws visitors and residents from all over the Outer Banks. The downtown area is predominantly known for its large variety of top-notch eateries and local shops. Landmark Sotheby’s International Realty can help you find the perfect home in this wonderful coastal community.
The predominantly residential community of Southern Shores is the ideal spot for raising a family, relocating empty nesters, or buying a vacation home. The small town nestled in the Outer Banks between Duck and Kitty Hawk, stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to Currituck Sound and Ginguite Creek. Known for its tremendous community pride, the town of Southern Shores comforts homeowners with a close-knit and quiet place to get away from the hustle and bustle, but only a short drive from the surrounding towns. The town of Southern Shores prides itself on having exceptionally nice weather year-round and offers visitors and residents scenic bike paths and a beautiful dense maritime forest of pine trees and live oaks.
Kitty Hawk offers year-round residents picture-perfect beaches. For those seeking true beach living, look no further, Kitty Hawk is the perfect place to invest in a beach house. Kitty Hawk is situated in the heart of the Outer Banks and is the closest community to the Wright Memorial Bridge. Activities and experiences abound in Kitty Hawk, both residents and visitors take full advantage of the packed year-round events calendar, natural beaches, waterfront dining, coastal shopping, biking, surfing, sailing, kiteboarding, and fishing.
Kill Devil Hills
Conveniently located at the geographic center of the Outer Banks, Kill Devil Hills has something for every homebuyer. With a vast housing market, options in Kill Devil Hills are endless. Offering a wealth of services, the area is by far the largest town on the island in terms of year-round population. Residents enjoy the deep-water canals, beautiful ocean views, sound side beaches perfect for boating and water sports, rich history, local seafood, shopping, and nightlife. Most famous for being the “Birthplace of Flight”, this is where the Wright Brothers first launched their 1903 glider. This area is sure to cater to all ages and demographics.
Prospective homeowners and real estate investors are quickly realizing that Nags Head is one of the most promising and popular markets on the Outer Banks. For so many generations, Nags Head has provided residents and visitors with miles of wide-open beaches, iconic surfing, historical sites, ample entertainment, and stunning sound front views. Nags Head has plenty of diverse and elegant homes.
The coastal community of Manteo is located on Roanoke Island and is one of the oldest towns in North Carolina. The town is full of character, rich history and is home to some of the most well- known historical sights. Those seeking a slower pace can enjoy relaxing days soaking up the prominent waterfront scenery. For those more interested in a more modern fare, Downtown Manteo offers blocks of celebrated restaurants, boutiques, bookstores and gift shops.
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