371 Albemarle Blvd., Hertford, North Carolina 27944
Northeastern North Carolina's Albemarle Plantation Boasts a Waterfront Setting, a Golf Course, a Marina, a Clubhouse and a Variety of Home Styles
The all-ages waterfront community of Albemarle Plantation is resident-owned and operated. It sits on at the edge of the Yeopim River in northeastern North Carolina and wraps around The Sound Golf Links, an 18-hole Don Maples-designed golf course.
The development has a wide variety of established neighborhoods as well as extensive tracts of land for new expansion. Homes range from modest condominiums and town homes to palatial estates with multi-level wraparound porches, a dock, and views of the sound. Available sites for new building can be secluded, wooded, waterfront, golf front, or a combination. All new home plans must meet the community's architectural standards.
Condominium prices begin at around $100,000. Single-family houses begin in the high-$100,000s. Lots range in price from just under $20,000 to well over $200,000. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they are bound to change.
Plantation amenities include a sizable marina, the waterfront clubhouse, tennis courts, a 25-meter pool, community gardens, a public pier, and the golf course. Homeowner fees help pay for access to everything except golf club initiation and membership. Yoga, western line dancing, ballroom dancing, wood carving, paddling, sailing, crabbing, fishing, and aerobics are a few of the plantation's communal activities.
The area surrounding Albemarle Plantation has more than 100 miles of shoreline. The sound is America's second largest estuary. The Great Dismal Swamp and Swanquarter are two local wildlife refuges. Hertford holds traditional "pig picking" contests and an crafts festival on its courthouse lawn. Nearby Elizabeth City has an active waterfront downtown. Its First Fridays help visitors discover galleries, community theater, live music, poetry readings, and the Arts of the Ablemarle Center.
Vidant Chowan Hospital is 11 miles away in Edenton. It is not accredited by the Joint Commission.
The area receives 48 inches of rain and 5 inches of snow, on average, each year.
Visit www.albemarleplantation.com for more information.
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