High property sloping down to the water's edge, with water access and panoramic water views.
This connective property, waterfront access fronting the Pamlico River and Chocowinity Bay inextricably linking Rice Patch Creek Preserve and Calf Creek Preserve
to the waterways to the World, will support community access in a full variety of measures. Some adjoining lots, currently four, to this real estate maxim are now being offered for sale to the public. These lots are high (no flood insurance needed), with conveyable water access connected by a continual owned egress.
This property offers waterfront connection to the entire community: farm, light commercial
; and residential space
where "natural living" is around the bend of every permanent trail, in every pond and every blooming bush, plant and tree, is the connective glue that presents this ensemble of vegetation as vintage northeastern North Carolina.
Tract S was the last Tract created in design, and it was created to offer the entire community water access, which will eventually require a portion of the 15 acre tract to be used by the community. The greater portion will be sold to the folks who want to be closer to the River and enjoy the abundance of water views from atop this high tract, over 25 feet above the water's edge: Below. Click expandable image to enlarge.
Pricing for these water views, water access lots offered in Tract S, shown in map above, can be purchased by this discount schedule. This price schedule and the map of Tract S can be enlarged by clicking images: Below and above.
Will subdivide at developer's expense when any two, possibly three or more lots, currently for sale (shown above in map and pricing), are purchased at the same time.