Thursday, December 7, 2017 / by Landie Canfield Dalleo
221 Bayview Boulevard
Atlantic Beach, NC
This home is a dream with a view. Custom built on deep water in Atlantic Beach on Bayview Boulevard, a sought-after location. This gorgeous waterfront residence has the warmth of Heart Pine flooring, a flowing floor plan and huge windows, ideal for gazing at the water or the sunset from almost every vantage point.
This is a builder's personal home that has been lovingly updated with top-of-the-line amenities and a layout perfect for entertaining or enjoying the family. From the chef’s kitchen with a custom made hand-hammered copper farm sink, to four decks and a fireplace, this home has it all. Even a small library to display your favorite novels or cookbooks.
The second story great room with a glass door leading out to the rear deck is the highlight of this grand address. Sit on the porch swing with the coastal panorama before you and revel in the serene setting mixed with modern luxury.
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Thursday, December 7, 2017 / by Simone Weithers
How has the market changed so far in 2017?
With sales volume up and inventory down, it’s a great time to be a seller in Carteret County. Statistics show that our market has less available property and that homes and condos are selling more quickly than last year. For example, a real estate market’s ‘months of supply’ is the measure of how many months it would take for its current inventory of homes on the market to sell, given the current pace of home sales. In Carteret County, that rate has fallen from 11.4 months to sell accumulated inventory in 2016 to just 8.7 months for this year. Furthermore, year to date home sales values totaled $332 million through the end of the third quarter last year compared to $417 million for the same time frame this year – more than a 25 percent increase.* All of these measures are indicators that 2017 will continue to be a strong year for Carteret County.
*Data is from Carteret County Multiple Listing. ...
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 / by Simone Weithers
Mary Cheatham and Kristy at the Harvey’s renovated home on Front Street in Beaufort, NC.
In 2012, Mary Cheatham helped Kristy Harvey, her husband, Will, and their young son purchase a second home on Front Street in Beaufort. The historic home they selected was in disrepair, but Kristy and Will saw the potential and undertook the renovations. Today, the property is their full-time home, nothing short of a show place, and the site of the pre-launch party for Kristy’s latest novel, Slightly South of Simple.
Mary Cheatham says, “I knew Kristy was writing when we worked together on the Front Street purchase, and I was blown away when I picked up her first book, Dear Carolina, a couple of years later. When Lies and Other Acts of Love came out, I read it in one sitting and then immediately texted Kristy to discuss the characters. I love Southern Fiction and she nails it!”
Slightly South of Simple
Partnering with the Beaufort Historical Associ ...