High Wooded Lots for Sale with Water Access | Beaufort County Now | Only minutes from Greenville and Washington, we offer these unique high lots (no flood insurance) above the wide waters within the Pamlico Estuary, where one can build their dream home. | Rice Patch Creek, Chocowinity Bay, Beaufort County, Pamlico River, Chocowinity Township, Rice Patch Creek Preserve, rc ptch crk prjct, stns prprty
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Currently, we have 82 lots, with some remaining yet to be revealed (Chocowinity Township), and one commercial tract (center of Washington) for sale, all completely different, some with uniquely disparate restrictions, all with deeded water access to the Pamlico River /Chocowinity Bay (except the "center of Washington commercial tract"). You can find a list of these building plots here along with broad descriptions of some of their varied features.
Only minutes from Greenville and Washington, we offer these unique high lots (no flood insurance) above the wide waters within the Pamlico Estuary, where one can build their dream home, where just a short walk or bike ride down Moore's beach Road there exists massive views of both the Chocowinity Bay and the Pamlico River. Including the abundance of community trails, it is truly panoramic in scope.
These three remaining lots, subdivided from Tract H (Rice Patch Creek Preserve), are now for sale just a short walking distance from the Pamlico River, where waterfront access is available for both bathing and boating.
The Deeded Access Lot is shown here in this map below, with its proximity to the upper water access land for parking, and in Tract S. Click this map to access the fullest map: Below.
And as nice as it remains to be close to the water's edge, where you can easily cast off on your kayak, or your sailfish, or your motorboat, the future possibilities abound, with deeded water access, in greater abundance to be a member of a community that will one day be known for its tens of miles of trails coursing through these high hills with all its many scenic ponds down below (this has changed - maybe temporaily - use this new map to better understand), where indigenous fish and waterfowl abound. The quiet, the natural beauty; it is infectious for nature buffs.
To that end, this neighborhood is stressing what I have coined as "Natural Living" - the core thesis of what will be our directive of development - a directive that runs with the course of the natural character of this unique and most diverse and expansive tract of land. These communities will be built around nature's natural beauty, it's seasonal wonder, and the sense of peace that can be found when humankind meets the challenge to hold designated dominion over and, ultimately, stewardship of the land.
That concept of stewardship began with Tract H about two decades ago, but was waylaid by circumstances far beyond the seller(s) control. Today, Tract H, as the faint genesis, is not exactly how I wish to begin this massive project, but is close enough in abstraction, and is bound by .784 mile of trails (thick dark green line) as the connective tissue to the balance of the 421 acre project. Today, as exhibited in the map /pricing below, four large, high, and rather secluded wooded lots are offered at the lowest prices this neighborhood will ever know. Future lots will be constructed under a slightly more expensive /expansive concept, so the costs, far greater than before, will be passed forward.
This panorama is from about 400' above Tract H exhibits the view, looking northwest, (up) of Chocowinity Bay toward the nearly adjoining neighborhood of Cypress Landing: Above. The second panorama is looking up the Pamlico River from high above (about 400') Tract H: Below.Click images, made December 2, 2016, to expand.
Water, water everywhere here in northeastern North Carolina, and these projects, totaling 421 acres: Rice Patch Creek Preserve and Calf Creek Preserve are /will be no different. These images manifest a high woods everywhere, but, sloping down below about 25 to 30 feet is plenty of water making its way, unobstructed, to the Atlantic Sea.
The Deeded Access Lot, with over 151' of frontage on Chocowinity Bay /Pamlico River, and quite large at .85 acre, is viewed here from the south side of the lot where we view the Pamlico River. The community access lot has a boat ramp with a pier in place: Above. photo by Stan DeatherageClick image to expand.
The following descriptions and prices of the following three lots within Tract H, Rice Patch Creek Preserve, are here below:
Lot #2 1.011 acres32,700.00 (est. 32,344.00 per acre, excluding additional community property).
Lot #2 is high (about 30 feet above sea level at its highest point), but well drained to the rear of the lot, with a large flat space for an appropriate dwelling to meet your needs. This property will be buffeted by natural common areas and natural trails. Additional Community property includes: proposed parking; easements /right of ways; water access on the Pamlico River; nature trails and natural plot spaces.
Descriptions of Lots: Numbered 3, 9, Tract H, Rice Patch Creek Preserve, are continued on page two.
This video, created by SNI Productions, represents deeded waterfront access property that is conveyable for Rice Patch Creek Preserve and Calf Creek Preserve owners: Below.
Co-brokerage for the entire tract or multiple individual tracts in a one sale scenario is 3% of sales price to the brokerage representing the sales side of the conveyance. Co-brokerage for the individual lots is 5% of sales price to the brokerage representing the sales side of the conveyance.