Edenton, the first permanent settlement in North Carolina, and Chowan County are located on the Albemarle Sound in Eastern North Carolina. Edenton was established in 1728 as the colonial capital of North Carolina and now has a population of just over 15,000. Grounded in agricultural, the plantation economy, and trade by ship Edenton is rich is cultural history and heritage.
Visitors enjoy a window to the past in historic Edenton where all the homes are restored structures of the originals. Boats, shoppers, and diners line the downtown waterfront and enjoy a mild climate, great food, and beautiful sunsets by the sound. With close proximity to the beaches of the Outer Banks, Chowan County is a great place to base your fishing, hunting, historic coastal sightseeing, or beach-going activities from.
With a friendly small town atmosphere surrounding Edenton, NC Chowan County land is a great investment if you are looking for waterfront land for sale or hunting property in Eastern North Carolina. Hunting is part of the heritage of Chowan County where quail, deer, and duck can be sought. Nicely preserved and secluded from bustling towns, Chowan County land offers a scenic place to buy a home or hunting and fishing cabin on waterfront land with boat access.
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