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Living a Beach Lifestyle in Nags Head, North_Carolina

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Where to Retire in Nags Head and Home Prices

Real estate tends to be expensive since much of it is either on the ocean or steps from it. On the bay side and west of Route 158 it gets less expensive.  The median home value was $324,600 in mid-2018, as reported by Zillow. Insurance is expensive. Many homes and lots are available. There is at least one nice active community in Nags Head.

What is special about Nags Head

Fantastic beaches, plenty of seafood restaurants, and your grandchildren will LOVE coming here to visit.

What is not special about Nags Head

Hurricanes are a big danger.  In off season it can be quite quiet, almost deserted.

Climate and Physical Environment

Nags Head is part of a barrier island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, well above the town of Hatteras and to the east of Elizabeth City. The average January temp is in the mid 40s and the average July temp is in the high 70s.

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