Outer Banks, North Carolina
Feast your senses on a land where the pace of life is geared to the unceasing sand-sharpened breezes, the same ones that lifted the Wright Brothers and the world’s first airplane. Kitesurf or jetski. Surf, fish or stroll the endless beaches. Charter a deep-sea fishing boat to fight an ocean giant. Grab the binoculars and watch birds. Soar from the East Coast’s highest sand dune in a hang glider. Catch some waves and surf some of the best swells on the Atlantic Seaboard as breakers barrel toward the beach. It’s all here for the choosing, and boredom is not an option.
The Outer Banks has much to offer its residents as well as the 7 million visitors who visit the area each year. We are America’s birthplace, home to four distinct lighthouses, the site of the Wright Brothers’ first flight, the largest sand dunes on the East Coast, Jockeys Ridge State Park, the Graveyard of the Atlantic, the new Roanoke Island Festival Park, and a host of family activities including hang gliding, bird watching, museums, art galleries, drama, kayaking, fishing, windsurfing, and more!
Most real estate on the Outer Banks is sold to out-of-town owners. Some Outer Banks buyers are simply looking to diversify their financial position while enjoying a favorite vacation spot; some want to secure a long-term vacation place for themselves and their families, and others intend to turn their investment into year-round homes at a later date.
The Outer Banks offer so many outdoor activities and points of interest to residents and vacationers. The pristine beaches, parks, and sounds are only a few of the wonderful areas you can visit here. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions or would like to request a free Relocation Package.
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