beaufort county: Historic Homes For Sale in Washington, NC - 07/19/13 05:55 AM
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A Little History About Washington The present day Beaufort County in eastern North Carolina was explored by the english in the late 1500s, but it was about a hundred years later before it was settled.  Colonists from Virginia expanded into what is now eastern NC but chose to establish Bath as their first settlement in about 1690.  It was 15 years later before the town of Bath was incorporated, making it the first town in "Caroline."  
About 65 years later, a farmer named James Bonner started a town on his … (1 comments)

beaufort county: MARKET TRENDS: There’s got to be some good housing news here……somewhere! - 03/06/12 09:13 AM
The past few years have conditioned me to avoid seeing the good news even in seemingly great news.  There seems to be a naysayer around every corner, not many of whom make their livings from real estate commissions.  Having said all of this, let’s consider the following.
National Economic Outlook and Housings Contribution: According to Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group, economic growth is expected to increase modestly compared to 2011.  Consumer spending is up slightly and manufacturing and services expanded significantly.  It was pointed out that the year-end growth rate was a by-product of a growth of business inventory, … (0 comments)

beaufort county: Washington....Yesterday and Today - 06/09/08 03:07 AM
   The area currently known as Beaufort County was originally explored by the English in the late 1500s but was not settled until about a century later.  Bath was founded in 1705 and became the first incorporated town in North Carolina.  James Bonner started the town that is currently known as Washington on his farm in 1770.  Originally, Washington was known as "Forks of the Tar," but the name was changed to Washington in 1776 to honor General George Washington.

   Due to its favorable location and navigable waterway, Washington played a significant role in the Revolutionary War after more … (1 comments)

 
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