Where salt air meets sophistication
Welcome to Outer Banks
Step into a haven where natural beauty marries modern luxury. The Outer Banks offers a sublime blend of pristine beaches and endless stretches of water. A residence here serves as your personal gateway to the Atlantic Ocean's shimmering coastline to the east and the tranquil waters of the Pamlico and Albemarle Sounds to the west. In this coastal paradise, the sun rises and sets over water!
What to Love
- A harmonious blend of historic charm and modern luxuries
- Nationally recognized, divine beaches
- Strong property market with excellent ROI potential
- Daily vistas of sunrises and sunsets over the water
- A lifestyle that seamlessly combines resort leisure and homely comfort
It's not just about where you live; it's how you live, and on the Outer Banks, that lifestyle is unparalleled. Imagine waking up to the tranquil ambiance of the ocean
or enjoying a scenic sunset paddleboard session on the Sound. Every day here offers the unique opportunity to live within a cinematic seascape. Whether you're the adventurous type looking to sail the open waters or more inclined to indulge in a glass of wine while observing the hues of the setting sun, life here is as idyllic as it sounds.
Dining and Entertainment
For the epicurean in you, Basnights Lone Cedar Cafe
represents the pinnacle of Outer Banks culinary artistry. This institution has set the gold standard for seafood dining, elevating the local food scene. Its enticing atmosphere, superior service, and authentic local cuisine make it an essential part of the Outer Banks experience.
Another gastronomic hotspot, Blue Moon
, offers an array of palate-pleasers in a setting as casual and welcoming as it is refined. Their drink selection serves as the perfect prelude to an evening of live music and jovial ambiance, cementing Blue Moon's position as a cornerstone of the local social scene.
Then there's Owen’s Restaurant
, a top spot for Southern cuisine and a popular wine list. Head to Tortuga’s
for fantastic appetizers or a meal of sushi, fish sandwiches, hummus wraps, and more.
Things to Do
For outdoor enthusiasts, Jockey's Ridge State Park
offers a one-of-a-kind experience with its towering sand dunes — the tallest in the eastern United States. A hike up these dunes will reward you with a panoramic view that is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
The Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge
is a sanctuary for the soul and a paradise for bird watchers. With over 365 species of birds, various kinds of turtles, and a host of other wildlife, it's a perfect spot for those who want to get closer to nature.
Don’t miss the impressive Cape Hatteras
light station, an incredible historic landmark that soars toward the sky. Roanoke Island Festival Park
is a captivating 27-acre historical site that offers visitors an immersive journey into the past, showcasing the rich heritage of the Roanoke Island colonists through interactive exhibits and live reenactments. From its Elizabethan-style village to the full-scale replica of the 16th-century ship, the park provides an engaging experience that brings to life the early English settlement in America.