Only minutes from Greenville and Washington, and 3 1/2 miles east from the Highway 17 bypass, we offer this unique high lot above the wide waters within the Pamlico Estuary, where one can build their dream home, with massive views of both the Chocowinity Bay and the Pamlico River. It is truly panoramic in scope.
And that is where we begin: the proximity to the region's great population center - Greenville, North Carolina; the mammoth water views just waiting for the sun; the real property connective tissue to the eventual projects of Rice Patch Creek Preserve, and soon, Calf Creek Preserve
The lot in question has a description - Lot #10, Hillcrest - and it is truly on a hill, no flood insurance needed; house would sit over 20 feet above water.
Here standing at the southwest corner and looking southeast across some of Lot #10, Hillcrest, and Rice Patch Creek Preserve's Lot #11, just west of the Waterfront access lot, we get an unambiguous idea of the clear water and the sandy beach of Chocowinity Bay, and just how high this land stands above this vast water resource: Above and below. photos by Stan Deatherage Click here to expand images.
Lot #10 Hillcrest is approximately 1/2 acre (.490 acre on map
), with 80 feet of water frontage on Chocowinity Bay, but with a long view looking down the Pamlico River. Water is supplied by the county water system; Sewer is provided by a community septic system, where it is operated upon a 6 acre piece of community property, jointly owned, and within easy walking distance west on Hillcrest Drive.
Lot #10 could be sold as part of the proposed and eventual Rice Patch Creek Preserve and Calf Creek Preserve
; the 426 acres that course throughout the woods and the water, where nature trails will be built, long and in all directions, so that natural wonder of the hills, and the forests, and the ponding of water can be shared, hopefully, for generations.
Lot #10 Hillcrest
, offered at 279,800.00
; all community use of community assets included, if desired, but with certain reasonable HOA costs.
Lot #10 is shown here in this map below, with its proximity to the Access Lots, with its shown proximity to the upper water access land in Tract S. Click this map to access the fullest map: Below.