Pine Knoll Shores, NC Real Estate News

By Amy Hahn, Realtor/Broker - Crystal Coast, NC
(Pine Knoll Shores Realty)
Beacon's Reach in Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina is not just property, but a Lifestyle In 1953, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. and her four children inherited a large piece of property that is now know as the Roosevelt Natural Area. The Roosevelts developed a plan for a town that would preseve the natural beauty of the area, Pine Knoll Shores.  Beacon's Reach development began in 1978 on a couple hundred acres, just to the west of the Roosevelt Natural Area.  Sticking with the plan developed by the Roosevelts, Condos were constructed along landscaped trails and surrounded by Live Oak trees, saving as much of the natural maritime forest as possible. Beacon's Reach in Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina now consists of more than 450 condominiums, town houses and single-family homes. Situat...
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By Amy Hahn, Realtor/Broker - Crystal Coast, NC
(Pine Knoll Shores Realty)
Pine Knoll Shores' Second Annual "Kayak for the Warriors" Saturday, June 13, 2009 10AMGarner Park, Oakleaf DrivePine Knoll Shores, North Carolina   The Town of Pine Knoll Shores' Recreation Advisory Committee is hosting the second annual "Kayak for the Warriors" event, a fundraiser to benefit our brave wounded service men and women and their families.This year, a 3.2 mile kayak and paddle board race will route 50 participants through the Pine Knoll Shores' canal.  Kayakers will begin at Garner Park, located on Oakleaf Drive, move through he canal at McNeill Inlet, exit at Brock Basin, and then return to cross the finish line back at Garner Park.  A $40 donation includes the registration fee, T-shirt and lunch.  There will also be a "Family Fun Race" starting at 10:30 AM.  Using any padd...
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By Amy Hahn, Realtor/Broker - Crystal Coast, NC
(Pine Knoll Shores Realty)
  This brief history of Pine Knoll Shores was prepared at the direction of the town's board of commissioners.  It is intended to portray how the town evolved and the essential role that hundreds of volunteers have played in its development. Authors are Mary Korff, Ken Hanan, and Art Browne.    The Story of Pine Knoll Shores   THE BEGINNINGS             The story of Pine Knoll Shores as we know it, begins with Alice Hoffman, who bought substantial acreage on Bogue Banks (known than as "Isle of the Pines") in 1918.  She made her home here, off and on, until her death in 1953.  The property was then willed to her niece, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and her four children.             It was these Roosevelts who envisioned the development of the town of Pine Knoll Shores.  To carry this out...
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By Amy Hahn, Realtor/Broker - Crystal Coast, NC
(Pine Knoll Shores Realty)
Estate Sale 138 Cedar Road   Pine Knoll Shores, NC    Saturday, Nov. 22, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.     Century Furniture Co. Formal Dining Set $900 Century Furniture Co. China Cabinet $800 Broyhill Childrens Bedroom Set $300 Century Furniture Co. Asian inspired armchairs $250 Oriental Pottery and China, Asian Cabinets, lead crystal items, Queen size bed, armoire, bedside table, Sofa/loveseat/armchair set.  Glass coffee table with matching side tables.  Pie crust table, velvet upholstered parlor chairs. Entertainment center and Large book shelves.  Record Albums, sheet music, 22" television set.  Tons of household items, dishes, linens, artwork, etc.  Please stop by and see us and maybe find something that you cannot live without.    
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By Amy Hahn, Realtor/Broker - Crystal Coast, NC
(Pine Knoll Shores Realty)
I feel blessed to live on the Crystal Coast of North Carolina.  Every morning, as I drive to work, My route takes me over the Atlantic Beach Causeway.  This is a wonderful experience!  For those of you who don't know the area, from the top of the bridge you can see over the island to the Atlantic Ocean.  Underneath is the Bogue Sound and to the left are the most beautiful sunrises you can imagine.  On almost any given day, the sun shines just right and every cloud in the sky has a silver lining. As you reach the bottom of the bridge, the smell of salt water is strong and the sight of the marinas and old tackle shops is comforting.  When you hit the end of the Causeway, you see a large American Flag flying over the beach with the most awesome backdrop imaginable. On the most hectic morni...
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