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Small Towns - Communities - 2

  • Ahoskie

    Ahoskie affords residents the comforts of small town living within close proximity to the beautiful waterways of North Carolina and Virginia. Friendly neighborhoods conveniently located near the hospital, vast country acreage, and waterfront home sites are just a few of the things that make Ahoskie unique.

    • A desirable climate with mild winters and four distinct seasons – ideal for outdoor enthusiasts
    • Outstanding recreation including golf courses, community theater, water sports, hunting, camping, fishing, community and state parks
    • Close proximity to North Carolina and Virginia beaches
    • Affordable cost of living
    • General aviation airport nearby; one hour to major airports in Norfolk and Greenville
    • Vidant Wellness Center – Ahoskie, a 21,000-foot facility which includes a lap pool, an exercise studio and the latest in cardiovascular and strength training equipment
    • Recreation Center which includes little league baseball, lighted athletic fields and picnic area
  • Kenansville

    Kenansville is a peaceful small town rich in history. A collection of Greek Revival homes and churches graced by canopy trees and lush plantings create one of the state’s most picturesque and consistent historic districts. A collection of notable wineries and James Sprunt Community College are a few of the attractions Kenansville offers.

    • Small family friendly community offering an affordable cost of living and close proximity to Wilmington
    • Located 80 miles southeast of Raleigh with easy access to Raleigh-Durham International Airport
    • Just an hour from Wilmington and the beautiful beaches of North Carolina
    • Offers a cost-of-living below the national average
    • Mild climate perfect for year-round outdoor activities
    • Ability to live in River Landing, a private residential golf community
  • Tarboro

    Tarboro is a shining example of a historic community embracing progress while preserving its storied past. Located in northeastern North Carolina just minutes from the I-95/US 64 interchange, Tarboro is a town where you can enjoy a sense of history and contentment without sacrificing a single 21st-century amenity. Only 30 minutes west of Greenville and an hour east of Raleigh-Durham, one of the nation’s fastest growing high-tech regions, and 2 hours west of the pristine shores of the famed Outer Banks, Tarboro is easy to find and hard to leave.

  • Windsor

    Located along the banks of the Cashie River, part of the Inner Banks region of North Carolina, Windsor is a historic community that proudly traces its roots to the 1700s. Windsor is the county seat of Bertie County and features antebellum homes as well as vast acreage and plentiful gamelands appealing to outdoor enthusiasts. The town offers 10 parks and recreation facilities including a mini zoo and river launch, as well as the popular Cashie River Tree Houses; a fun a unique was to enjoy the picturesque landscape of the Cashie River.

    • Ability to live on the water
    • Only 2 hours to the world famous Outer Banks beaches of the North Carolina coast
    • Low cost of living and diverse housing options
    • Notable kayaking destination along the Inner Banks
  • Kinston

    A rich history, temperate climate, and relaxed lifestyle combine to make Kinston an appealing city to call home. Downtown Kinston is known for an interesting array of shops, breweries and restaurants. Kinston has invested mightily in its economy. As a result, Kinston’s art and cultural district is experiencing a transformation making it an exciting place to live.

    • Kinston is strategically located in eastern North Carolina; only 30 miles south of Greenville, 60 miles west of the spectacular Crystal Coast beaches, and 80 miles southeast of Raleigh
    • Affordable cost of living with a variety of housing options
    • Excellent school options
    • Family friendly community
    • Home to world renowned chef, New York Times Best Selling Author, Daytime Emmy winner, James Beard Foundation Award recipient and star of A Chef’s Life, Vivian Howard. Her flagship restaurant Chef and The Farmer is a major attractions in Downtown Kinston.
    • Home to minor league baseball team, the Down East Wood Ducks
  • Wilson

    Wilson, NC is a vibrant, family-oriented community that is committed to educational excellence, economic prosperity, cultural diversity and offers a wide variety of activities and attractions. The community of 50,000 is one of the largest in eastern North Carolina and offers a Whirligig Park, abundant arts, sports and youth activities, museums, community festivals, outdoor concerts, golf courses, boating, hiking, fishing and antique shops. Wilson has taken great care to preserve their history while embracing their future.

    • Conveniently located 45 miles east of Raleigh and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, 40 miles west of Greenville, and less than 2 hours from the beautiful North Carolina coast
    • Amtrak train service including two passenger trains traveling east-west and north-south
    • Low cost of living, diverse housing options, and excellent choice of public and private schools
    • Excellent school options both public and private
    • Numerous shopping opportunities, including popular national chains and unique, locally-owned stores