Your Retreat on the River

For centuries, people have been drawn to North Carolina’s Inner Banks. With over 3,000 miles of inland coastline to explore, it is an ideal setting for reflection, relaxation and recreation. The Inner Banks has served as safe haven and stomping ground for pioneers and pirates alike. Today a new waterfront neighborhood has taken root in the fertile soil along the shore of the Pungo River – a neighborhood that honors the area’s unsullied beauty and embodies its laidback charm. This is Norfleet Point. This is home.

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A Water Lover’s Paradise

Norfleet Points sits directly on the Pungo River, a major waterway and part of the famed Intracoastal Waterway. From your front porch, you can watch the sailboats and yachts drift by in unhurried succession.

Where Tradition Lives on

Tucked away on a secluded 87-acre peninsula overlooking the Pungo River, Norfleet Point consists of beautiful riverfront, creekside and cottage homes. While our residences come with state-of-the-art amenities and conveniences, the elegant simplicity of their design pays eloquent tribute to traditional North Carolina river architecture. Of course, it takes more than beautiful homes to make a neighborhood livable. So we expanded Norfleet Point to include walking trails, preservation boardwalks, community docks and boat ramp, and a peaceful riverfront park.

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The makers of Moss Landing in Washington, NC.

Belhaven, the Perfect Neighbor

Gaze the two miles across the Pungo River and you’ll see the town of Belhaven. Less than 10 minutes from Norfleet Point by boat or car, Belhaven has its share of banks and restaurants, grocery stores and post offices. But the source of its appeal can be found in its name: Belhaven means “beautiful harbor.” Life in Belhaven has always revolved around the water. Full-service marinas and stately homes, some dating as far back as the late 19th Century, line the banks of the Pungo River and Pantego Creek. Meanwhile, the Pamlico Sound lies just eight nautical miles to the southeast. Encompassing over 3,000 square miles of open water, the Pamlico Sound is the second largest estuary in the United States and the gateway to the Outer Banks.

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