Nags Head is the southernmost of the three largest towns that occupy the northern Outer Banks. The town limits begin at MP 10, or ten miles south of the Wright Memorial Bridge. The town is divided into two very distinct districts: Nags Head and South Nags Head. The dividing line can be described as running from Whalebone Junction – where US 64 ends and US 158 begins – to Jennette’s Pier. Most of the residential area is on the west side of the Bypass bordering the Roanoke Sound. The commercial district lines the Beach Road and Bypass. The Outer Banks Pier and a few hotels are the only commercial properties in South Nags Head.

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$2,699,000
Beds: 8
Baths: 8 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 6,198
 
$2,295,000
Beds: 9
Baths: 9 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 4,973
 
$2,295,000
Beds: 9
Baths: 9 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 4,973
 
$2,295,000
Beds: 9
Baths: 9 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 4,973
 
$2,295,000
Beds: 9
Baths: 9 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 4,973
 
$2,150,000
Beds: 8
Baths: 8 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 4,997
 
$1,955,000
Beds: 8
Baths: 8 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 5,008
 
$1,900,000
Beds: 8
Baths: 8 | 2
Sq. Ft.: 4,541
 
$1,799,000
Beds: 10
Baths: 8 | 1
Sq. Ft.: 4,830
 
$1,699,000
Beds: 7
Baths: 4
Sq. Ft.: 3,420
 
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