by Desiree Whalen.
Ever dreamed of living on the beach in a quiet, out of the way little beach town, spending your summer days relaxing in the sand and enjoying the peaceful sound of waves lapping on the shoreline? That's exactly what you'll find in Kure Beach, right here on the southeast NC coast - one of my favorite little beach towns in the area. It's one of the first places I visited when my family moved to the area in 2004, and is my children's favorite place to go fishing on the summer weekends.
Bordered by Carolina Beach to the north, and the Fort Fisher State Historic Site and North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher to the south, Kure Beach boasts the oldest fishing pier on the Atlantic coast, and is host to some great street festivals and music events throughout the year.
I've been maintaining a page on my site that outlines some of the town's history, online resources, and a selection of featured properties in the area along with a list of specific neighborhoods in Kure Beach (check back often - that list is continually growing as I add more neighborhood showcase pages to the site). You can check it all out here:
Kure Beach, North Carolina:
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