Many varied forms of vegetation can be found on the island which range from sea grasses and beach grasses to other beach plants like Wax Myrtles, Pindo Palms, Windmill Palms, Pine and Spanish Moss, which help the region maintain its fresh, green aura. But more than its unique geography, Outer Banks is a great place to live on account of its cultural history and year-round recreational opportunities.This region is ideal for the avid fisher, or the seafood lover. Just off the coast you can find mullet, spot, trout, oysters and shrimp, just to name a few of the local delicacies.
Even if fishing isn’t your thing, there are still plenty of parks you can explore including False Cape State Park, Fort Macon State Park, Cape Lookout National Seashore and Cape Hatteras National Seashore with its four campgrounds. Visitors and locals alike enjoy camping at these sites, which offer the best in both relaxation and fun.Despite its unique location, Outer Banks is easily accessible via North Carolina State Highway 12 which is a major link for most of the popular Outer Banks communities like Bodie Island, Currituck Banks, Roanoke Island, Hatteras Island and Ocracoke Island.
If you love the ocean and would like to wake up to that sea breeze every day, then Outer Banks will feel like a dream come true. To find your ideal home in the area, be sure to use the filtering tools on our site. Happy house hunting!
Outer Banks New Housing Stats:
Builders: 1 | Neighborhoods: 2 | Total Homes: 72 | Available Floorplans: 9 | Ready to Move in: 1