101 Oyster Point Road

101 Oyster Point Road

Oriental, NC 28571

Price: $615,000

Beds: 3

Baths: 2

Sq.Ft.: 1,788

Garage:

Stories: Two

Status: Active

Neighborhood: River Dunes

MLS#: 100270690

Description

Waterfront 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in the Oyster Point neighborhood of River Dunes an award-winning master-planned amenitized coastal community just outside the Village of Oriental, NC - our state's sailing capital. Custom built variation of 'The Fairfax' floor plan by Allison Ramsey Architects - an architectural firm out of Beaufort, SC known for creating sustainable, timeless designs. Home sits on 0.54 acres in the heart of the marina village. Boasting an open concept floor plan and elevated ceilings that offers an abundance of natural light along with a cozy gas Log fireplace and hardwoods throughout main level. Kitchen features gas cooktop, granite countertops, Kinetico and RO system with dining and breakfast nook off either side. First floor master bedroom with en suite bath and separate his-and-hers walk-in closets. Two spacious upstairs bedrooms with walk-in closets and generous storage access spaces. Generously-sized Screened-in porch to the back of the home to enjoy outside dining overlooking custom brick fire pit. Detached two-bay garage with workshop area on both the first and upper levels of the garage. No previous storm damage with wiring for generator in-place. Homesite fronts a cove with space to accommodate a private vista dock to be installed per CAMA regulations. River Dunes community is situated on a 1,324 acre peninsula with over 14 nautical miles of expansive shoreline. River Dunes embraces the coastal boating lifestyle and offers a number of amenities - Harbor Club & Marina, Spa & Wellness Center, Cafe, tennis courts, amphitheater. The quintessential spot for those who enjoy life on the water. Grace Harbor Marina offers a 400-slip Inland basin marina is well-protected with natural deep-water creek just off the IntraCoastal Waterway. Locals and transients alike enjoy year-round boating conditions on the seven-mile expanse of the Neuse River, the Intracoastal Waterway and surrounding coastal towns and anchorages of the Pamlico Sound

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