"Any real estate agent can show you properties, but a good agent shines at times of stress such as price negotiations and dealing with all the details that arise between having an offer accepted and closing. Gail helped us purchase our property at a price we could afford and shepherded the deal through to the end. We had a few hiccups along the way. Without Gail we would not have purchased this beautiful property." –Rachael Brady, Duke University
"We know a thing or two after 30 years of moving every few years for military service, but Gail Kenefick is at the top of our realtor experiences. Although we were drawn to Eastern North Carolina's relaxed lifestyle, beautiful surroundings, friendly people, and boating & fishing opportunities, we didn't know where to begin. That's where Gail came in, we needed someone who knew the area, was concerned with our interests, and could steer us towards the home and community we now live in. Gail's support didn't stop when we closed on our home. She continued to help acclimate us to the area. As a result we've become good friends with Gail and her husband Pat, and look forward to many years of sailing with them on and around the Pamlico Sound." –Keith Quinton
Bath NC Real Estate
North Carolina has the largest area of inland waters of any state on the East Coast. Boating enthusiasts from around the world come to eastern North Carolina. One of the favorite destinations, especially the “snow birds” cruising south and north, is BATH NORTH CAROLINA. Naturalist John Lawson helped plat the town of Bath in 1705 as an English Port. Bath is nestled along the banks of Bath Creek and at the mouth of the Pamlico River. Bath Creek offers a deep, protected waterway and boaters are welcome to dock at the Bath Town Dock free of charge. The Pamlico River is 3.5 nautical miles across with access to the Pamlico Sound and Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
Bath offers a friendly, small town, quality way of living. Excellent schools, creative atmosphere for arts, farming, fishing, boating, and beautiful waterfront communities offering a wonderful selection of home sites. Historic Village of Bath, The Inn on Bath Creek, Bridgewater, Sabre Pointe, Mixon Creek, Catnip Pointe, Teaches Cove, Teaches Pointe, Wide Waters, and much more.
This historic city is the oldest city in North Carolina, and is rich in pirate lore and historical sites. It also offers residents easy access to the Outer Banks of NC, Ocracoke Island, Goose Creek State Park, the Aurora Fossil Museum, Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge and the Pamlico River.