Take a look at this affordable waterfront lot in the gated Smuggler’s Cove community! This undeveloped lot is private yet accessible, has a septic permit, and access to a private recreational area and boat dock. This is the property you have been looking for to build on!
3.99 acres of waterfront residential land for sale in Beaufort County NC! Located minutes from Bath, this property features beautiful waterfront views, privacy, and is accessible to major highways such as Highway 264, Highway 92/99, and the Bayboro-Aurora Ferry that cuts across the Pamlico River. The lot is surrounded by other undeveloped lots in the gated Smuggler’s Cove community at the end of a Cul-de-Sac. There is a septic permit for a conventional 1,000-gallon system that is valid until 2020. Additional information on the plat map, proposed dwelling site, CAMA setback lines, and septic permit site will be provided upon request.
The waterfront views are of Ross Creek, which flows into the Pamlico River as well as the Pungo River. Access to a boat dock and recreational area comes with property ownership and is a fantastic way to enjoy the coastal waters of eastern North Carolina. The taxes and HOA fees are current and have been maintained. The Pungo and Pamlico River are known for great fishing, incredible views of the water (see photo gallery), and an abundance of wildlife. In fact, various types of waterfowl are commonly spotted landing in the secluded waters of Ross Creek regularly and the waters of North Creek and the Pamlico River are known for their fantastic fishing.
This property provides ample acreage to enjoy the beautiful sunsets, see tons of wildlife, protect your privacy, accessible to eastern NC, and is priced accordingly. This is the affordable lot you have been seeking to build your dream home. Act now to see it!
“The European settlement near the Pamlico River in the 1690’s led to the founding of Bath, North Carolina’s first town, in 1705. By 1708, Bath had 50 people and 12 houses. It soon became North Carolina’s first port.” – http://www.nchistoricsites.org/bath/
“The Pamlico is a tidal river connecting the confluence of Tranter’s Creek and the Tar River near Washington, North Carolina with Pamlico Sound. The Pamlico is shallow, ranging from depths of 12-16 feet in the main channel to 1-2 feet in surrounding streams and wetlands.” – http://www.pamlicoriver.org
For a birds eye view of the property visit our “MapRight” mapping system. Simply copy and paste this link into your browser (https://mapright.com/ranching/maps/053d3410e304b60b0470cd2df57d96ce/share) and then click on any of the icons to see photographs taken from those exact locations as well as drone photos taken from the air. Click around and change the base layers to view shaded relief or hydrology maps of the area.