This home is in Bayview, outside Bath, North Carolina's ''first town.'' A smallwaterfront village, the Bayview community, has a lot in common with a few familiar Crystal Coast towns -- historical homes, sweet southern charm, and the notorious pirate Blackbeard, known to recharge in Beaufort and Bathafter a long stretch of pillaging and plundering!A slower pace here is an antidote to the chaos of today's world. It's easy torest, restore your mind, and relax to the ebb and flow of life on the PamlicoRiver.You will find this classic home at the end of a long private drive lined withmature pines, magnolias, and cedars. The lush greenery is a welcomegreeting and provides a beautiful backdrop all year long, every season. Asyou enter the circular driveway, the garage, guest suite, and breezeway,surrounded by manicured lawns and landscaping, point you toward the main entrance to the house with the beautiful Pamlico River visible at the front.The overall design is traditional without feeling formal--the style a reflection of the philosophy that luxury is often found in simplicity. Clean lines and open sunlit spaces add a warm and inviting feel, as do the hardwood floors, v-joint wooden walls, French doors, and conservative colors. Part of the appeal here, too, is the efficiency and flow of the floor plan that is conducive to family functions and is a comfortable place to connect with others or to retreat. Here, the heart of the home could be the living space with its wall of windows perfect for capturing panoramic views of both the sunrise and the sunset. Any of the open-air decks could manage that, too, with the benefit of the cool breeze and space for all. Built-in bookcases, custom cabinets, and shuttered windows add to the character and charm.Like the town of Bath itself, a true original, this home in Bayview will last forits timeless appeal and enduring charm-- a legacy of taste, design, andhistory.
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|8/9/2022 3:00:00 AM||New Value: $935,000|
|6/28/2022 9:32:38 AM||New Value: Pending|