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Onslow County, NC
Onslow County is one of the oldest and largest coastal counties in North Carolina. It is a diverse county, sporting a landscape of sandy beaches, thick forests, beautiful rivers and historic farmlands.
Onslow County's economy is largely driven by its military presence and supported strongly by tourism, retail sales, and service and healthcare industries. Towns in Onslow County include Jacksonville, Richlands, Sneads Ferry, Holly Ridge, Huberts, Swansboro, Maple Hill, North Topsail Beach, and part of Maysville.
Jacksonville NC is the commercial center of Onslow County and is also home to Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River, Camp Johnson, Camp Geiger, and MARSOC HQ. As you can see, Jacksonville is a military-friendly town. Camp Lejeune covers over 150,000 acres and has become a stable economic force for Onslow County. Jacksonville is divided into five areas:
Jacksonville is a relatively small town so homes here are close to shopping including the Jacksonville Mall, restaurants, Onslow Memorial Hospital, Costal Carolina Community College, Albert Ellis Airport, and schools including private schools. Homes here are located within the City of Jacksonville and are approximately 2 to 8 miles to Camp Lejeune's front gate and less than 10 miles to MCAS New River's front gate. Neighborhoods include: Acorn Forest, Aldersgate, Bay Meadow, Bayshore Estate, Bell Fork Homes, Branchwood, Brook Valley, Brookview Estates, Brynn Marr, Cardinal Village, Carolina Forest, Chaney Heights, College Park, Commons, Cottage Cove, Country Club, Downtown, Eastgate, Evansbrook, Forest Grove, Forest Hills, Foxhorn Village, Heritage Square, Houston Heights, Laguna Bay, Lakewood, New River Homes, New River Place, Non-Subdivision, Northwoods, Northwoods Park, Oak Grove, Overbrook, Others, Palmetto Park, Parkwood Estates, Sabiston Height, Sharon Hills, Sherwood Forest, Sunset Acres, Williams Farm, Williamsburg Plantations, Willow Woods, and Woodlands. Click here for the City of Jacksonville NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSURES in this area. Click Here for Short Sales in this area.
Piney Green Road in Jacksonville is a 6.5 mile road that starts from Hwy 17 and ends at Camp Lejeune's side gate. If you want to live close to all major shopping including the Jacksonville Mall, restaurants, Onslow Memorial Hospital, Coastal Carolina Community College and have quick access to Camp Lejeune via a side gate, but don’t want to pay city property taxes, this is the area for you. Homes here are located near or off of Piney Green Rd and are approximately 2 to 6 miles to Camp Lejeune's front gate and less than 10 miles to MCAS New River's front gate. Neighborhoods include: Aragona Village, Brook Ridge, Brookstone, Coles Farm, Highland Forest, Horse Creek Farms, Horse Creek Stable, Hunters Creek New, Hunters Creek Old, Marshall Farm, Montclair, Regalwood, Sterling Farms, Towne Pointe, Trinity Crossing, White Oak Estate, and Windsor Manor. Click Here for Piney Green NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
If you want to live near MCAS New River, this is the area for you. Nearby are a new Wal-Mart shopping center and the Hwy 24 bypass going toward Camp Lejeune. Homes here are located off of Hwy 17 heading toward Sneads Ferry and Wilmington. The homes are approximately 3 to 6 miles to MCAS New River's front gate and 10 to 15 miles to Camp Lejeune's front gate. These homes are located just outside the Jacksonville city limit and have no city property taxes. Neighborhoods include: Aberdeen Acres, Amanda's Ridge, Dawson Place, Evelyns Ridge, Fieldstone at Haws Run, Kanton Hills, Kanton Ridge, Liberty Hills, Plum Point, Rockford Forest, Sagefield, Sewell Fields of Verona, South Creek, Southwest Commons, Southwest Plantation, Springdale Acre, Strawberry Fields, Sugar Spring, Tall Pines of New River, and Thompson Farm. Click Here for Southwest NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Homes here are located near MCAS New River and off of Hwy 24 heading toward Richlands. Nearby are a new Wal-Mart shopping center and the Hwy 24 Bypass going toward Camp Lejeune. The homes are approximately 3 to 8 miles to MCAS New River's front gate and 9 to 12 miles to Camp Lejeune's front gate. These homes are located just outside the Jacksonville city limit and have no city property taxes. Neighborhoods include: Bishop Ridge, Blue Creek Farms, Gateway, Kenwood, Live Oak Estate, Maggie's Corner, Moss Creek, Northridge, and Shetland Farms. Click Here for Northwest NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
This part of Jacksonville is close to Western Blvd extension where many new and future shopping centers are located. Most homes here are located off of Gum Branch Rd heading towards Richlands. The homes are approximately 15 to 20 miles to both Camp Lejeune's front gate and MCAS New River's front gate. These homes are located just outside the Jacksonville city limit and have no city property taxes. Neighborhoods include: Briarneck Landing, Bridlewood, Carolina Plantations, Carolina Plantations Burroughs, Deerfield, Greenbriar, Harvest Ridge, Holly Grove of Rock Creek, Lauradale, Maynard Manor, McArthur Heights, Raintree, River Bluff, River Wood Estates, Rock Creek, The Bluffs on New River, and Timber Creek. Click Here for Northern NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Richlands is a farming community with a small-town charm. You will see crops of tobacco, corn and cotton. Every September on Farmer's Day, the townspeople get together and celebrate the harvest. It is also known for its annual crafts fair and antique auto shows in November. If you want to live away from Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River but still be able to commute to the bases approximately 30 minutes, Richlands is for you. Neighborhoods include: Acorn Ridge, Ashbury Park, Bradford Estates, Brookhaven, Buckhaven, Camellia Creek, Cannons Edge, Catherine's Crossing, Craven Creek Farm, Cherry Grove, Cherrybrooke, Cherrywoods, Conley Hills, Cottle Branch, Garden's Gate, Hill Farms, Joshua Ridge, Kills Hills, Maidstone Park, Meadow Oaks, Meadow Woods, Melody Pointe, Simpsons Crossing, Stallions Acres, Tallman Acres, The Bryant Place, The Cottages at St Petersburg, Trifield Estate, Turkey Ridge, Walnut Hills, and Winding River Estates. Click Here for Richlands NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Hubert is a very small town located between Camp Lejeune and historical Swansboro. There is a public boat ramp within the community of Hubert and allows access to the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). One of the main attractions for Hubert is its proximity to Camp Lejeune’s back gate on Hwy 172. This can cut commuting time to Camp Lejuene and Court House Bay tremendously. Homes here are less than 4 miles to Camp Lejeune's back gate, 15 miles to Court House Bay, 23 miles to Stone Bay, and 30 miles to Cherry Point. These homes have no city property taxes. Neighborhoods include: Blue Haven, Bohicket Landing, Camden Woods, Charleston Plantations, Cinnamon Creek, Cotton Hills, Creeker Town South, Crown Point, Eastport, Foxden, Foxlair, Foxtrace, Henderson Bluff, Hickory Bluffs, Highlands at Queens Creek, Hogan's Landing, Huntington Woods, Ivy Ridge, Jack's Branch, Jumping Run Creek, Kingsbridge, Parrot Landing, Peninsula Manor, Peytons Ridge, Quail Roost, Rachels Harbor, Rogers Farm, Sagewood, Sudden Ridge, Timber Ridge, Trailwood, Vista Cay, Water Edge, and Wildwood. Click Here for Hubert NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Swansboro, better known as the "Friendly City by the Sea", is a charming, seaside community. It is adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) and White Oak River. Swansboro historic, waterfront downtown offers dining, antique shops, arts and crafts stores. In October the town comes alive with the sights and sounds of the annual Mullet Festival. It is the home of Hammocks Beach State Park, a largely unspoiled area, including Bear Island, which can only be reached by ferry or private boat. Swansboro is located between Camp Lejeune and MCAS Cherry Point. Homes here are approximately 10 miles to Camp Lejeune's back gate, and 27 miles to MCAS Cherry Point. Neighborhoods include: Charleston Park, Coldwater Creek, Downtown, Forestbrook, Halls Creek at the Hammock, Halls Creek North, Hammock Cove, The Hammocks Port at Swansboro, Oyster Landing Townhomes, Pirates Cove, Plantation Estate, Raven Ridge, Reach River, Riverside Plantation, Silver Creek, Silver Hill, Swannsborough Acres, Swans Bluffs, Swansboro Heights, The Villages in Swansboro, Ward Farm Village, Watercrest Landing, and White Oak Cross. Click Here for Swansboro NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Sneads Ferry, known for its annual Shrimp Festival, is an quaint seafood village and located along the New River just south of Camp Lejeune and on the mainland side of the intracoastal waterway near North Topsail Beach. If you enjoy living near the water where natural beauty meets small town charm, this is the place for you. Sneads Ferry is one of the towns adjacent to Camp Lejeune which residents enjoy a quick commute to Camp Lejeune, Stone Bay, and Court House Bay using the Sneads Ferry back gate on Hwy 172. Homes here are approximately 1 to 6 miles to Camp Lejeune's back gate. Chadwick Acres, Chadwick Shores, Creeks Edge, Escoba Bay, Everetts Creek Estates, Fullards Landing, Glenwood, Grantwood, Justice Farm, Landing Mill Creek, Marsh Haven, Mimosa Bay, New River Plantation, North Shore Country Club, Old Millstone Landing, Oyster Landing, Peggys Cove Southbridge, and Pelican Point. Click Here for Sneads Ferry NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Holly Ridge is a small town located off of Hwy 17 and south of Sneads Ferry going toward Wilmington. It was home of Camp Davis which once tested missiles, but now it only has airstrip for practice. This town was also once considered as a possible site for the U.S Space Program but the missile project that evolved into the space program moved to Florida. Homes here are approximately 8 to 13 miles from Camp Lejeune's back gate in Sneads Ferry. Kings Harbor, Long Leaf Acres, Neighborhoods of Holly Ridge, Pine Ridge Townhomes, Redd's Cove, Sage's Ridge, Summerhouse on Everett Bay, The Landing at Folkstone, The Preserve at Morris Landing, Village at Folkstone. Click Here for Holly Ridge NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSED HOMES.
Maysville is a small town that is located between Jacksonville and New Bern. Homes here are approximately 9 to 15 miles to Camp Lejeune. Neighborhoods include: Adams Landing, Azalea Acres, Cross Creek, Depot Village, Deppe Farms, Evans Crossing, None Subdivision, Palo Alto Crossing, White Oak River Plantation, and Williams Branch Village. Click Here for Maysville NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR. Click Here for FORECLOSURE HOMES.
Topsail Beach North is located on Stump Sound in Onslow County. The northern most tip of North Topsail Beach, where New River meets the ocean, is a popular spot for fishing. The town also has one fishing pier and three beach accesses. Neighborhoods include: Cape Island, Dolphin Shores, Galleon Bay, Hunter Heath Trust, River Beach Club, None Subdivision, North Topsail Shores, Ocean Ridge, Ocean Sound Village, Ocean Wynds, Portofino, Scotch Bonnet, Seahaven Beach, Summertyme, and Village of Stump Sound.
Carteret County, next door to Onslow County, represents 1,341 square mile including land and water of North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. The salty breeze, quaint towns, and beautiful beaches attracts visitors from all over the world. The major attractions are the NC Aquarium, Fort Macon State Park (a Civil War fort), The NC Maritime Museum in Beaufort (for those interested in historical shipwrecks along the NC coast), and Cape Lookout Lighthouse.
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