Looking for an affordable building lot that actually has some trees left on it? Here you go, this tract has beautiful timber terrific views of sprawling farmlands right out your front door. Looking for an easy commute, the lot is 30 minutes from Edenton and Elizabeth City and only 40 minutes from Suffolk VA. If you have been searching for a spot you can enjoy the laid-back country lifestyle, this place is so quiet you could hear a pin drop.
1 acre Building Lot for Sale in Chowan County NC! Fantastic building lot just minutes from Edenton, Elizabeth City and Suffolk VA. Great trees, excellent views and the peace and quiet you have been looking for. There are no restrictions on this property so you can build what you like and any size you need it. Good road frontage, ready for your next home.
The nearby town of Edenton has a beautiful waterfront district and has been called “the South’s prettiest small town,” Edenton is a historic gem and was the first capital of Colonial North Carolina and is the state’s second-oldest town. History seeps through the walls of centuries-old homes and churches, whispering tales from its past. Its beauty seems unchanged by time.
In 1665, King Charles II included the land as part of an extensive grant to eight of his loyal supporters, called Lords Proprietors. The area was first surveyed in 1712. Settlers called the coastal area Towne on Queen Anne’s Creek, which evolved into Ye Towne on Mattercommack Creek and the Port of Roanoke. In 1722, the town officially was incorporated and named in honor of Charles Eden, proprietary governor from 1714-22.
Eden pardoned Blackbeard and reportedly presided over the pirate’s marriage to a local woman. He was charged with profiting from Blackbeard’s crimes and exonerated. Eden, who died in 1722 of yellow fever, is buried in the graveyard of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Edenton is noted for its historic district with more than 170 dwellings from the 18th and 19th centuries. It has three National Historic Landmarks – the Cupola House, which is celebrating its 250th anniversary; its 1767 Chowan County Courthouse; and Hayes Plantation. The town is in Chowan County, the smallest geographically of North Carolina’s 100 counties.
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