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Find Your Home in North Carolina

APAERIALVIEWThe Inner Banks of North Carolina Is a great place to relax and get away from it all. Beautiful white sand beaches with low population density is a hallmark of this part of the east coast. Perhaps that’s why so many of the people who vacation here wind up coming back when it is time to retire. There are numerous golf course communities and country clubs lining the coast with modern homes affordably priced for seasonal residents along with a wide selection of active adult living communities throughout the area. Beautiful developments like Albemerle Plantation with its championship 18-hole golf course offer residents, seasonal and full time, a wide variety of social and recreational activities in a beautiful coastal setting. Gated communities recreate the feeling of vintage southern architecture with contemporary luxury housing right on the sound. Cities like Edenton have multiple options for those who want to retire and stay active, with over 20% of the population here over 65 years old. Take a look at the beauty of communities like Scotch Hall, Refuge, and Beechwood Lakes where you’ll find resort style living and a self contained continued care facility, right on the tranquil water of the Inner Banks. These are just a small sampling of the many different gated communities, country clubs, and retirement options available in this part of the state and I would be happy to discuss all of your options if you are interested in finding property here.

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Put Barbara to Work for You

CLUBHOUSELike many of the people who spend their time on North Carolina’s stunning beaches, Eastern North Carolina has now become my new home. As a native of the DC Metro area it was important to me to be close to family still living in the DC Metro area. Since moving to Albemarle Plantation I still work out of my Northern Virginia office part time, being that it is only 4 hours away. Having first purchased a lot in 1998 and then a condo in 2003 as a second home in Northeast NC, I wanted to help others discovery the beauty the Tar Heel state offers. Now having moved to NC I want to help my DC Metro clients find second homes or a place to retire. Some might even qualify for no NC state income tax under the Bailey’s Act. I am intimately familiar with the concerns and issues that are involved in buying second homes or where to retire. I can help walk you through any questions you might have while we talk about what kind of house will best suit your needs. Give me a call today to set up an appointment or to schedule a phone consultation. I look forward to introducing you to the Inner Banks lifestyle!