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About Swansboro New Homes and Living in Swansboro, NC:
Known as the "Friendly City by the Sea," Swansboro, NC is the ideal location for your new home!
Swansboro, North Carolina was founded in 1783 at the junction of the White Oak River, the Atlantic Ocean, and the sunny beaches of Bear Island. The scenic setting of Swansboro, NC features a historic downtown district overlooking the water, numerous opportunities for coastal recreation, new homes, and a progressive town government that works to balance high quality community growth with conservation of the community's natural and historic resources. The quaint village atmosphere in Swansboro, NC's historic downtown area offers numerous opportunities to enjoy the community's heritage while shopping in an area vibrant with restaurants, boutiques, gift shops, new homes, and waterside parks.
Swansboro, NC is home to Hammocks Beach State Park and its pristine beaches, as well as a lovely harbor adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway. Additionally, Swansboro, NC is three miles from coastal recreational facilities in the Croatan National Forest, and even closer to new homes throughout the area.
Swansboro, NC offers some of the best hospitality on the North Carolina coast. Swansboro, NC hosts a wide array of annual events, from the Arts by the Sea Festival, the Mullet Festival, Candlelight Shopping, and the Christmas Flotilla to an Oyster Roast, Pig Cook-Off, the Blue Water Fishing Tournament, the King Mackerel Tournament, and the Speckled Trout Tournament. Popular activities available in Swansboro, NC and the surrounding area include beach-going, fishing, boating, camping, kayaking, golf, shopping, the arts, viewing of new homes, and amusement parks.
According to the official Town of Swansboro, NC website, www.ci.swansboro.nc.us, settlers first came to Swansboro, NC in approximately 1730, founding a community on the site of an Algonkian Indian village at the mouth of the White Oak River. Swannsborough was incorporated as a colonial port town in 1783, named in honor of Samuel Swann, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Commons. Swansboro, NC's early prosperity was based on shipbuilding, with Captain Otway Burns its most famous shipbuilder. Burns' chronicles as commander of the privateer vessel Snapdragon brought early attention to Swansboro, NC. Burns was also the builder of the Prometheus, the first steamboat constructed in North Carolina.
After the shipbuilding industry declined, Swansboro, NC found success first in lumber and naval stores, and later in the commercial fishing industry. As of the World War II era, Swansboro, NC, as well as most of Onslow County, experienced an economic boost from nearby of Camp Lejeune, NC, one of the U.S. Marine Corps' largest bases. At the same time, Swansboro, NC also began to benefit from the growth of coastal tourism. Many tourists were interested in new homes in the area. Both Camp Lejeune and tourism contribute to Swansboro, NC's economy today.
The Tideland News is the newspaper covering the Swansboro, NC area.
Swansboro, North Carolina is known as a high-quality living location, with an attractive array of business services and a diverse variety of residential settings and new homes, many of which are located on or near the White Oak River, the Intracoastal Waterway, or the abundant coastal creeks bordering the town. New home communities available in Swansboro, NC and the surrounding vicinity include Cottle Branch, The Hamptons at Holly Ridge, NC, Peytons Ridge, The Bluffs on New River, and The Villages at Turtle Creek.
With its outstanding heritage, scenic views, alluring hospitality, and casual lifestyle, Swansboro, NC has retained the quiet charm and unique character of a picturesque colonial port - making it an unparalleled community for anyone and everyone to call this Friendly City "home" - In a new home or existing home.
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