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With 322 miles of Atlantic coastline, 12,009 miles of estuarine shoreline, 59 lakes, 37,853 miles of river, 17 river basins and countless streams and branches, North Carolina waterfront land for sale includes a wide variety of options. Our land specialists can help you narrow down the options to find the property that best suits your desired location and your intended uses for the property. We know the ins and outs of purchasing waterfront land, and we specialize in rural waterfront land for sale in North Carolina. Whether you’re looking for a family retreat along a freshwater lake, a private fly-fishing spot along a mountain stream, a farm along an inland river, a hunting lodge along the Intracoastal Waterway or something else entirely, more than likely North Carolina waterfront land for sale includes just the right property for you. Due to state regulations and other considerations, buying waterfront land is more complex and requires more forethought than buying landlocked property. You can trust our agents to you in all aspects of buying waterfront land in North Carolina.
Eastern North Carolina is a watery place. The state’s ocean coastline is highly desirable and highly developed, so if you’re looking for affordable rural waterfront land, the N.C. coast is not the place to look. Heading inland, there is plenty of waterfront land for sale along sounds, rivers and bays, much of it rural and more affordable than land directly along the coast. Keep in mind when looking at waterfront land for sale in North Carolina’s Coastal Plain that the state’s shorelines are dynamic and that flood insurance and wind and hail (hurricane) insurance can also apply to inland properties along the sounds and rivers.