Currituck, NC Real Estate Market
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Meaning “land of the wild geese,” Currituck county is a wonderful place to live or vacation. With several wildlife refuges, including the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge, this county lives up to its Native American name.
Currituck has a long history, dating back to the 1600s, as one of the first colonial ports in North Carolina. Noteworthy historical sites and landmarks include the Haywood Bell House and the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. Located on the upper part of the Outer Banks, this county is surrounded by water and consists of miles of clean, beautiful beaches, making it an ideal vacation spot. The well-known wild horses, known as Banker Ponies, draw tourists from around the country. Abundant outdoor activities, shopping opportunities, beach home rentals and endless family-friendly fun make Currituck County thrive.
Despite being a tourist hotspot, Currituck has a lot to offer its year-round residents, including local sports leagues, annual events, holiday celebrations, fairs and festivals. Housing consists mainly of beach houses, each with its own unique personality. Looking for homes for sale in Currituck? Our Currituck real estate office is knowledgeable about the area and ready to help.