Heading Down East is like venturing into another world, where nature reigns supreme and the serenity and calm is almost palpable. The road itself through Beaufort, south and east, is designated a NC Scenic Byway, and for good reason. Travel gently curved roadways and low-slung bridges, where the sky and the sea never look the same way twice. Warm and cool color sunsets mingle for cotton candy effects: pinks, yellows and blues with a broad vista of Longleaf Pine and Live Oaks everywhere you turn. Travelers from near and far head here to take in the charm, history and pristine beauty of The Cape Lookout National Seashore.
The approach to 995 Crow Hill Road journeys over rivers and past little beaches, local churches and farm stands too. Watch clammers in waders digging for a feast and fishermen with their nets. The salt marshes are the ideal spot for birdwatching— be on alert for warblers and woodpeckers, ibises and cardinals. Listen for the chickadees by day and owls by night while you watch for shooting stars in the inky black sky, far from city lights.
This lot is private, secluded and quiet, but still only 20 minutes to town. Living here would mean a lush landscape of mature woods and green, protection from high winds and the relentless sun of hot summer days. As well, enjoy being shouting distance to Goose Bay where there is a common area and pier to revel in the coastal life of swimming, sailing and fun. It’s for all to use and enjoy!
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