The picture shown above was taken about 2 miles down river
from Historic Downtown New Bern. The Neuse River is nearly 3 miles wide at this point.
With 2 big rivers, miles of deep creeks, a mild climate, and
reasonable property taxes, it's no wonder that we are seeing
retiree's moving to New Bern from as far away as Florida
We love the water and no one knows waterfront properties like
the Tyson Group. Thanks Steve and Jana for helping us find a
great waterfront home.
Bill and Marilyn Jarvis
New Bern is surrounded by wide rivers and deep navigable
creeks. Combine this with a close proximity to the Pamlico Sound,
the inter-coastal waterway, the Atlantic Ocean, and you can see
why sailors, power boaters and fishermen from all over the country are moving to New Bern.
Boaters, sailors, and fishermen are moving to New Bern,
Oriental, and the surrounding areas to enjoy the natural beauty
and serenity of the Neuse River; and all it's tributaries.
While New Bern has a distinct 4 seasons the winters are generally
mild and it is not unusual to see fishermen and sailors on the
water year around.
The Trent River, while not as majestic as the Neuse, is better
protected from storms and high winds. Many of the homes on the Trent have deep water near the
shore line. The calmer waters make recreational
boating a favorite pastime. Most any sunny day will bring out the
water skiers, boogie boarders, jet skiers and bass fishermen.
The picture below shows that Grandpa, yours truly, still has
it. Here I am slaloming on a vintage 1968 Lil Monster, a classic
Waterfront Communities in the New Bern N.C. area on the Trent
River include Riverbend, Trent Woods, Old Towne, Madame Moore
Lane, and the Brice's Creek, Goose Creek area. For more
information on the Trent River Click
Steve and Jana
Thank you for all the assistance you both gave us in the sale of our home. We should have contacted you and Jana first, you both proved again that your outfit is #1 when it comes to water property sales. Merry Christmas to you and your team.
Ernie and Joyce
Look at the picture above and it is easy to see why serious
sailors love to live on or near the Neuse River. The Neuse is
around 1 mile wide in Historic downtown New Bern. By the time you
reach Fairfield Harbour it widens out to 2-3 miles across. Just a
little upriver from Fairfield and the Neuse widens out to aproximately 5 miles wide.
Across from Oriental is the Adams Creek section of the
Intracoastal waterway. A short ride down this section will spill
you into the quaint historic town of Beaufort.
I took a job at Coastal Carolina Health Care systems and ask
the Tyson Group to help me find a house on the water as I love to
fish. Steve and Jana found me a great deal on a waterfront home
and we recommend them to all our friends.
Dr. Mathew Lavine
Historic Downtown New Bern
Don't think you can afford the house you want on the water? No problem, there are plenty of public waterfront access points to launch your boat or kayac.
Or if you have a large boat there are 11 marinas in the New Bern area. If need be we will help you find a home off the water but near a public water access. Click the link below for info on some of the Marinas in the area.
New Bern Marinas
So, what are you waiting for? Steve and Jana are ready to get to work today. Call 252 514 9156 or send an email SteveTyson55@gmail.com and they will get to work for you today.