Pamlico Plantation is situated in the heart of the Inner Banks of eastern North Carolina, in Beaufort County, just a few miles from historic Washington. Founded in 1776, Washington is the first city in America to be named for General George Washington.

Nearby Greenville, NC, affords a wide range of cultural events, sports, restaurants, shops, medical facilities and a regional airport.

Interested in the arts?

Washington’s Turnage Theatre and Greenville’s East Carolina University offer quality chamber music, jazz, dance, musicals, and theatrical and recital performances.

The Washington area is also home to a large artist colony, which includes a nationally acclaimed watercolor artist who lives in Pamlico Plantation and teaches locally.

Do you enjoy dining out and shopping?

Pamlico Plantation residents enjoy Washington’s fine restaurants, numerous specialty shops, delightful historic waterfront, and ongoing programs and activities. These include the annual Smoke on the Water Festival, the annual East Carolina Wildfowl Festival and the North Carolina Estuarium.

Looking for medical care?

Washington offers a wide variety of medical facilities, many of which are associated with Vidant Health, a world class health provider with hospitals in Washington and Greenville, home to a major teaching hospital at East Carolina University.

Two miles from Pamlico Plantation is the Broad Creek EMS facility established by one of our residents.

Are you a frequent flier?

Two regional airports serve Pamlico Plantation: Pitt-Greenville Airport (PGV) in Greenville; and Coastal Carolina Regional Airport (EWN) in New Bern. General and corporate aircraft land at Washington-Warren Field Airport (OCW) in Washington.

Working in Greenville?

You can find a weekend or year-round home less than a 45-minute commute away.