New Bern’s Top Five Most Expensive Home Sales for July

Ever wonder what a half million dollars can buy you in New Bern?

A tranquil waterfront home, for starters.

New Bern’s real estate market has been heating up this summer, and home buyers are seeking respite in the form of eastern North Carolina’s pristine waterfront communities and recreation.

From the historic, small-town charm of downtown New Bern to the elegant riverfront estates along Trent Woods, Neuse Harbour, and Brice’s Creek areas, water has been a common theme among buyers’ top requested amenities.

In fact, during the month of July, the top five most expensive residential real estate sales in Craven County featured property in and along these areas.

According to Realtor.com, Zillow, and Trulia, here are New Bern’s top listings for July 2015:

  1. 521 Neuse Harbour Boulevard, Neuse Harbour Subdivision

Sale Price: $620,000

521 Neuse Harbour

This 3,500-square foot waterfront home features immaculate styling and almost an acre of riverfront living. With a sunroom, in-law quarters, and your own private beach, its no wonder this 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home is now off market.

2. 122 Stillwood Court – River Bluffs Subdvision

Sale Price: $605,000

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A waterfront property with an in-law suite and its very own dance studio? That’s what you’ll find in this 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 4,600-plus square-foot home. With cherry wood flooring, TWO kitchens, a finished basement, and its own private concrete dock, this house didn’t last even two months on the market before the sale was finalized.

3. 1423 Alexander Lane – Trent Woods (Bellefern Subdivision)

Sale Price: $599,000

1423 Alexander

With 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and more than 4,300-square feet, this tranquil estate on a private cul-de-sac features Carerra marble countertops in kitchen and bathrooms, a private, screened-in porch with slate flooring and lots of detailed architecture throughout. It may not be waterfront, but in this Trent Woods location you’ll certainly have some post-code envy.

4. 601 Hancock Street – Historic Downtown New Bern

Sale Price: $525,000

601 Hancock

If you’re looking for a historic home but don’t want to deal with the headaches of centuries-old building materials, this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home is the answer. Built in 2007 in accordance with historic design standards, this 3,000-square foot home features a butler’s pantry, a wine room, and an easy stroll to the New Bern waterfront.

5. 215 Change Street – Historic Downtown New Bern

Sale Price: $425,000

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This one is for the history buffs out there, who still crave modern amenities. Built in 1900 and retaining the same colonial charm from the time period, this 2,200-square foot, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home has a fully updated kitchen with chef’s range, custom cabinetry, and granite countertops. Only one block away from riverfront, this home is snuggled amongst centuries of history but still leaves you feeling like its your own private haven.

These are just a tiny sampling of the amazing homes, condos, duplexes, and properties available in New Bern, and most of them are listed well below the “most expensive” category featured today!

For example, right down the road from the Hancock and Change Street homes in downtown New Bern is a lovely 1 bed/1bath condo available  listed for just $215,000!

334 SkySail  Boulevard, downtown New Bern

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The fully furnished unit – located at 334 SkySail Boulevard – is in the heart of downtown and an easy walk to restaurants, recreation, and parks. Property includes granite countertops, ceramic tile floors and Bosch stainless appliances in the gourmet kitchen.

We’ll revisit New Bern’s expensive properties again next month, but until then, let me show you YOUR next dream home!

Call Kathy Richey at 252.474.6469 today or visit www.NewBernHomesFinder.com for a complete listing of properties available in Craven, Carteret, Jones, Pamlico, and surrounding counties.

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