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Atlantic Beach, NC


Atlantic Beach, NC Real Estate

Atlantic Beach, NC Sunset from Oceanana Fishing PierAtlantic Beach has also been referred to as the “condo coast” as we have an abundance of condos for sale ranging from small one bedroom “condotels” to large oceanfront, three and four bedroom units. They range from around $60,000 to almost $800,000 and from the ocean to sound. In the development stage are two complexes along the circle, in what is now called "The Grove". Both high-rise condominium complexes with restaurants, pools, and includes single-family homes for sale and vacation properties. Atlantic Beach is the best place to relax and enjoy sun and surf on The Crystal Coast! Contact Us Today to see how we can help you you make Atlantic Beach, NC your home.

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Homes For Sale in Atlantic Beach, NC

Atlantic Beach Neighborhoods

Whether it's soundside or ocean side living you're looking for, Atlantic Beach surely has something everyone who's looking for coastal living. Your search for homes for sale in Atlantic Beach, NC includes a wide range of styles and price points. From newer homes with all the most modern amentities, to classic beach cottages. Most homes are within a quick drive or walking distance to the beach or the sound, where you can spend your time enjoying the beautiful waters of The Crytsal Coast. Whether it is small and quaint or large and extravagant, you are sure to find a property that suits you when perusing Atlantic Beach, NC Real Estate.

 

Find Your Perfect Atlantic Beach Home Today!

  • Cottages @ The Grove
  • The Lookouts @ The Grove
  • The Bungalows
  • Cottages @ Bay Ridge
  • Island Quay
  • Tar Landing
  • Sea Dreams


History

Atlantic Beach, NC is the oldest community on the 30-mile length of a barrier island known as Bogue Banks. Originally a resort by the sea accessible only by ferry, in 1929 a toll bridge from the mainland to the island was built and in 1934 it was sold to the state of North Carolina. Development of Atlantic Beach real estate began in 1932 with the building of a cottage by Ed Batchelor from Greenville, NC. The original platting of lots in the area of "the circle” had east/west streets called boulevards named for local geographic features and north/south streets called avenues named for local towns and cities in North Carolina. Due to these ties to local towns and cities, Atlantic Beach has always been referred to as a “local’s beach.” Many of the original cottages are still in use and occasionally are available for sale with features like knotty pine walls and floors. Newer homes often incorporate wood flooring and ceilings plus large porches and large windows to take advantage of the ocean breezes. Atlantic Beach has beautiful, uncrowded beaches and is part of North Carolina's The Crystal Coast. The real difference between Atlantic Beach and many other beaches are the man-made canals and bays that provide boat access for Atlantic Beach homes. Charter boats and marinas along with two fishing piers create a fishing paradise. Atlantic Beach is home to Fort Macon State Park. Built in the early eighteen hundreds, Fort Macon was used in a number of wars to protect Beaufort Inlet. Now a state park, it is also home to a Coast Guard Station. Fort Macon is a 398-acre state park, one of the most popular in the United States. Swimming, fishing, nature programs and trails, guided tours of the Fort, a museum with numerous exhibits and audio‑visual displays are just some of the activities available. Large public beach access and rock jetties highlight this park.

 


Events & Things To Do

Rock Jetty at Fort Macon State Park, Atlantic Beach, NC

 

Fort Macon State Park

Atlantic Beach Town Park

Nature Trails

Oceanana Pier

Surf Fishing

Carolina Kite Festival

Buddy Pelletier Memorial Longboard Classic

Atlantic Beach Music Festival

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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