Are you ready to build your dream home on or next to the Outer Banks? Look no further, come check out our new lot listings we have waiting for you! We have 4 different lots for sale ready for your perfect new home here on the Outer Banks.

MLS# :  104972   121 Dunes Crest, Duck NC

This lot is located in a cul-de-sac on Dunes Crest in the heart of Duck. All the shops, restaurants, and water sports are a short bike ride to town and you can walk to the beach access located less than 1/2 a mile at the end of Christopher Drive!

MLS# : 104971    107 Pamela Court, Duck NC

This lot is located in a quiet cul-de-sac in an X flood zone on Pamela Dr. approximately 1/2 mile from a beach access at the end of Christopher Drive. You will be within walking/biking distance to the Town of Duck and all it has to offer!

Here’s an aerial of the two lots, MLS# 104972 and MLS# 104971. They are both owned by the same owner.

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MLS# : 105321 109 Catherine Drive, Harbinger NC

This lot is located in the lower end of the Currituck mainland, just 2 1/2 miles from the Wright Memorial Bridge that takes you to the beaches of the Outer Banks in no time!

MLS# : 104872 149 Klilmarlic Club, Powell’s Point NC

The perfect lot located in Powell’s Point in the private community of the Kilmarlic Golf Club with an easy walk to the driving range, putting green, and tee 1. This lot is about a 5 mile drive from the Wright Memorial Bridge.

Contact one of our agents at Joe Lamb Realty 252-261-7221  for more information.

 

 

 

Monday Dec 17 was the 115 anniversary of the Wright Brothers first flight with “Controlled Power” which is what made them famous. They were not the first to fly, but they were the first to fly with power and control. Our amateur radio club got special permission from the National Park Service to set up some antennas and make radio contact around the world from the National Park. There is a contest some radio amateurs, commonly called Ham Radio Operators, follow to see how many contacts they can make to these special event stations that set up in our National Parks. We did not make many contacts as conditions for communication was poor, but we did make 125 contacts with some being in England, California and Canada. See more about the National Parks here – npota.arrl.org

Antennas HAM radio