Edenton Bay Plantation is a gated, residential subdivision on the Albemarle Sound. Previously, part of the historic Hayes Plantation, EBP was developed in 1999-2000 By Timberline, LLC.
Edenton Bay Plantation includes a community pier/boat dock and a community pond. There are 116 lots, ranging from approximately two-thirds of an acre to three acres.
Edenton Bay Plantation offers a tranquil atmosphere displaying spectacular sunrises and breathtaking sunsets over the Albemarle Sound. Residents of all ages enjoy the beauty of the community.
Edenton Bay Plantation is located off Soundside Road (Route 94) one mile from Route 32 South at the first curve onto Bay Shore Road. There are street lamps visible from Soundside Road highlighting the entrance.
Edenton Bay Plantation is outside the town limits approximately four miles from downtown Edenton. There is an easement for non vehicular traffic (walking or biking) to downtown Edenton through a connecting gate between EBP and the Edenton Bay subdivision.
The community pond available to all property owners is approximately one and one-half acres. It is stocked with fish. Fishing is permitted on a "catch and release" basis, using a single hook only. A 100-foot wide common area provides walking access from the community pond to the pier.
The community also includes two private ponds available for use by the respective property owners abutting the ponds. Owners are responsible for the maintenance and utilities expenses.
The roads within Edenton Bay Plantation are private. Roads are: Bay Point Drive, Lake Wood Drive, Heritage Point Drive, Deer Path Trail, and Mallard Cove Road which accesses the Mallard Cove lots.
Please visit the Photograph Gallery to view photographs of the community which also shows the property during its development and early home construction. These photographs were taken November, 2001.