Take a look now! PRICE IMPROVEMENT! New Bern, NC sits on the confluence of the Trent and Neuse Rivers in Eastern North Carolina and was the first colonial capital of North Carolina. The Neuse is the widest river in the United States at its mouth and is part of the Intra-Coastal Waterway just southeast of New Bern. Moreover, New Bern lies approximately 38 miles from the Pamlico Sound (and just beyond that is the Atlantic Ocean). It is also a paradise for fishermen. The water is brackish in most of the area, though many of the creeks and some of the Trent is freshwater. It is the best of both worlds for the fisherman. Fly fishing, shore fishing, party boat or solitary, you can epect to catch striped bass, bream crappie, cat, bowfin, gar, speckled trout, red drum, puppy drum, tarpon, grey drum, rockfish, flounder, shad, pickerel, rays, Spanish mackerel, blue fish, and pinfish. To accommodate the most avid fisherman, we are offering a 2.17 acre, protected deep water, dockable lot (with a separate 1. acre parcel for the septic field) in Maringers Landing, a new waterfront community in New Bern. All 24 lots have been sold and construction has begun. All ameities are in place including underground wiring, streets and curbs. The lot is also conveniently located adjacent to Lee Landing, a public boat ramp and dock if you choose not to build your own. Upstream the outdoors person can enjoy canoeing and kayaking. Downstream provides fantastic fishing, boating, and water sports. The community is about 11 minutes outside of New Bern and 6 miles from the nearest grocery store by a car. Cmon down, the fishings fine. Welcome to easy living.