Your Guide to Outer Banks Real Estate

Imagine life with a full-time view of the ocean. If you’ve been dreaming of calling the beautiful barrier islands of the Outer Banks home, then let Shoreline OBX make that dream a reality. With over 20 years of experience assisting buyers and sellers, Shoreline OBX can help with all your Outer Banks real estate needs. Our team has the expertise and commitment required to help both buyers and sellers find the perfect deal. If you need help deciding where to start your search, our free Vacation Guide is a great resource for learning more about the area. In it, you’ll find the area’s best restaurants, attractions, and seasonal events!

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Outer Banks Real Estate

About the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks is a collection of beautiful islands that occupies a 130-mile stretch of gorgeous North Carolina coastline. Stunning beaches, exciting nightlife, delicious restaurants, and endless outdoor adventure are all a part of the Outer Banks experience. Spend your days sprawled out in the sand or discover the incredible wildlife that graces the area. There is never a dull moment in the Outer Banks! Continue reading below to learn more about the area’s unique communities and start deciding which one is the right place for you to call home!  

The Outer Banks Communities

Nags Head

Nags Head is one of the most sought-after beach destinations in the entire country. The town is the oldest in the Outer Banks, and, 150 years later, is still the most alluring Outer Banks community. Nags Head is known for its impressive options for outdoor and wildlife exploration, but you’ll still find no shortage of restaurants, golf courses, and other exciting attractions. This is a quintessential beach town that will never go out of style, making it a great place to invest in real estate (or just spend the summer).

Kitty Hawk

Home of the first flight, Kitty Hawk, is another beachgoer’s paradise. The town center is full of restaurants, shopping, spas, and more! You may just be planning on visiting for the summer, but the scenic beaches and charming atmosphere of Kitty Hawk will keep you coming back for years to come!

Kill Devil Hills

Right in the heart of the Outer Banks, Kill Devil Hills, is one of the most picturesque and easily accessible communities in the area. The town also has the largest population in the Outer Banks, making it perfect for those that want to live by the beach while preserving the excitement of a bigger city. In the past, Kill Devil Hills served as a test site for the Wright Brothers’ flying experiments, but now it offers ample opportunity for activities like hang-gliding, horseback riding, and hiking. This community is perfect for the adventurous and outgoing spirit.

Duck

Not too long ago, Duck, NC, was an empty stretch of land that was seldom visited. Officially incorporated in 2002,  Duck has since grown into a beautiful beach town that is one of the fastest growing in the area, making it a great option for potential real-estate buyers! Come explore one of Travel Channel’s “America’s Best Beaches.”

Corolla

Nestled between the Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean, Corolla, NC, is a quaint, relaxing beach town that boasts some of the most breathtaking, oceanfront properties in the Outer Banks. Imagine the miles of pristine shoreline that stretch out in every direction as you admire Corolla Beach from the deck of your property. Explore the area now!

Why Use Shoreline OBX?

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We specialize in single family homes, investment homes, foreclosures, rental income producing homes, and more. Whether you are looking for a summer beach house or a permanent home in the Outer Banks,  our real estate team is devoted to helping make the process as smooth as possible and guide you through the entire buying and selling process. Contact our Outer Banks real estate team today to get started and browse our current list of OBX homes for sale. Our gorgeous Outer Banks properties are gaining value by the minute! 

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