View of Deep Sea Fishing Boats in Swansboro North Carolina.
Swansboro North Carolina was originally founded as a shipbuilding town around 1730. Located at the mouth of the White Oak River where it meets the Atlantic Ocean, Swansboro’s history revolves around its proximity to the water. When shipbuilding had declined and the town’s brief success in the lumber industry and naval shops waned during the great depression, Swansboro’s success in the fishing industry was born and thrives to this day. With water views throughout this quaint town, it is not uncommon to see a shrimp boat or other fishing vessel gliding along on their daily journeys to sea.
Located between Topsail Island and Atlantic Beach, Swansboro is a beautiful, waterfront town in laid-back, Eastern North Carolina. Swansboro’s delightful historic waterfront is dotted with specialty shops and restaurants, including numerous antique shops. The mild climate in Swansboro provides the opportunity to enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities year-round. From hiking, canoeing or camping, to sailing, power-boating or fishing, to lfing, there is always something to do in the great outdoors in this rgeous community. Swansboro also hosts a number of annual festivals, including the Arts by the Sea Festival each June and the Mullet Festival each October. Swansboro is the place to invest in real estate while living the amazing lifestyle of your dreams!
View of Swansboro North Carolina Waterfront.
At Bill Clark Homes, we know that buying a new home is the most important purchase decision you will ever make. In Swansboro, we have assembled an incredible team of real estate professionals to make your home buying process easy and enjoyable. Dedicated exclusively to new homes sales (L-R), Jerry Crowdus, Glen LeBlanc, Wayne Brazelton and Ric Fountain have the knowledge and expertise to make sure your purchase and building experience is fun and stress-free. Call or visit our sales center and let them begin assisting you with your new home search.
Water View from Downtown Swansboro