Outer Banks Ocean Front Communities
Finding your own corner of paradise in one of the Outer Banks’ Ocean Front communities; a real estate dream on the Atlantic.
The low, majestic rumble of the Atlantic waves breaking against the shore. The pristine ocean skies stretching as far as the eye can see. The tight-knit local groups who value community and togetherness over all else.
This is what you will find within the Outer Banks’ ocean front communities. A string of towns, villages, and homesteads running almost the full 200-mile length of the Outer Banks, these oceanfront communities are found on the east side of the islands; the point at which the Outer Banks stand alone against the unknowable enormity of the Atlantic Ocean.
Few areas of the USA are as captivating, as evocative, and as instantly recognizable as this. It is no wonder so many Americans choose to make their home in one of the Outer Banks’ oceanfront communities.
Ocean Front Communities on the Outer Banks
The Outer Banks stretch for over 200 miles, forming a natural barrier between the calm and peaceful sounds on the North Carolina coast and the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. There are a wide variety of different communities here, each with its own idiosyncratic character and nuance.
From Carova in the far north, through Corolla, Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Hatteras Island, the oceanfront stretches right to the southern tip of the Outer Banks on Ocracoke Island.
Take a look at the list of communities we serve and find your perfect piece of oceanfront real estate. We are also on hand to help you with any questions or concerns you might have.
Living the Ocean Front Lifestyle
Moving to an Outer Banks oceanfront community means adopting a certain type of lifestyle. While the islands and the communities themselves are sleepy, tranquil, and peaceful, this does not mean that life here is boring.
Kayaking on the ocean waves
Testing out your surf skills
Enjoying a skimboarding session
Kiteboarding and windsurfing
Exploring on a stand-up paddleboard
Relaxing on the beach
Mountain biking and hiking along the coast
All of these are activities which you and your family will be able to enjoy in one of the Outer Banks’ oceanfront communities. Powered boats are also welcome, but can only be launched from the sound-side of the islands, to preserve the landscape for all.
Whether you need a townhouse for year-round living, a condo, a small beach-side holiday home, or any other property in the area, we have the oceanfront real estate to suit your lifestyle.