Historic House Listings

How’s this for waterfront! WWII Boathouse back on the market. One acre in North Carolina. $315,000

May 5, 2021

World War II boat house is back on the market and this time they included a lot more pictures! During WWII the Navy would dock crash boats and the crew would sleep inside. This was built in 1943. It includes one acre of land in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Would be a perfect Airbnb. Build a house on the land. Sure is an interesting property with an interesting history! The boathouse features one bedroom, living area, kitchen and a bathroom. $315,000

Contact Sara Small with Coldwell Banker Seaside

From the Zillow listing:


With almost an acre of land, a large sandy beach (154 feet) in a secluded cove with no need for a bulkhead AND a historic boathouse, this one of the most unique properties available on the Pasquotank River. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, the sprawling lot has beautiful mature trees and a one-of-a-kind boathouse with a bedroom, living area, eat-in kitchen, and full bathroom with water views from every window. The square footage for the interior boat dock is 1,363 square feet. The boathouse has large wrap-around decks with plenty of space for entertaining. HOA optional.


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