Central Location – Affordable Price – Multiple Possibilities
Located off Main Street this 8.5 acre parcel has great potential! There is the possibility for development due to its location within the City Limits. It is in close proximity to the Roanoke River and the Town Park. It is located across from a nice subdivision. Conaby Creek runs along the east side of the property. This site is suitable for single family development, duplex development plus churches and other development by conditional use.
“Town of Plymouth… A Place to Call Home! In Town of Plymouth, we are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that make Town of Plymouth a wonderful place to call home. Stroll Plymouth, NC’s Water Street along the riverfront and in just four short blocks you’ll discover the top-rated Port ‘O Plymouth history/Civil War museum, The Roanoke River Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, a wildlife museum that offers a hands-on experience about local and exotic animals, a riverfront boardwalk and the Rail Switch Nature Trail. Browse waterfront antique shops and unique eateries along the way.” (https://www.visitplymouthnc.com/)
Historic Plymouth, on the south bank of the Roanoke River in northeastern North Carolina, played an important role as a major port in bygone years. The town was laid out in 1787 and designated as a Port of Entry. It had its own Customs House and a collector. Shipments of cypress shingles, lumber and other wood products and agricultural produce to the northern ports of Norfolk, Baltimore, New York and Boston as well as the West Indies made it prosper until the outbreak of the Civil War. You’ll find today’s historic district down shady lanes amongst the dogwoods, azaleas and crepe myrtles. Begin your visit at the Port O’Plymouth Museum on Water Street. Walking tours and a waterfront boardwalk are available. Historic Plymouth is one of many sites on the Historic Albemarle Tour (www.historicalbemarletour.org)