At Caviness & Cates, we handpick the cities and communities where we build. We offer new home construction in several communities in the greater Sneads Ferry area. Whether your new home search takes you to the outskirts or within the Sneads Ferry city center, Caviness and Cates home builders have a community to fit your needs.
Our new homes for sale in Sneads Ferry are built with the quality and craftsmanship you've come to expect in a Caviness & Cates home. Protected by Exclusive 1-2-10 Year Warranty and built to enhance Energy Efficiency and comfort, our Sneads Ferry new homes are designed to give you the most value for your investment. Don't take our word for it - We invite you to take a video tour or visit our gallery of photos.
Oyster Landing is just a few miles the back gate of Camp Lejeune. Furthermore, you can enjoy the day to day small town life here, and be in Wilmington or Jacksonville, North Carolina in about 30 minutes; homes start from $224,900. The Preserve at Tidewater a quiet, close-knit fishing village, and just 25 minutes from the bustling city of Jacksonville, the Preserve at Tidewater balances small town charm with modern luxuries. The Preserve at Tidewater has homes starting from $256,900 with square ft. from 2,200 to 3,200.
This “lazy, little fishing village” offers residents a quiet place to call home at the mouth of the New River. Known for their fresh seafood that comes in right off the boat, Sneads Ferry fishermen bring close to 400 tons of shrimp to the town docks, along with flounder, clams, scallops, oysters, mullet, spot, grouper, soft shell and hard shell crab, sea bass and more. This is cause for celebration in the community as they host a Shrimp Festival annually in August to honor the local fishing community.
Take a drive over the Sneads Ferry or North Topsail Island Bridge to fully appreciate the beauty offered by this location. This scenic drive offers early morning sunrises and late afternoon sunsets over the Atlantic inlet waters. Enjoy a meal at one of the regions best Seafood Restaurants, such as Riverview Café or Pirates Cove, both with great river views… Or hit up one of our more than 5 fresh seafood markets that are open to the public.
Looking for things to do on a typical weekend? One great perk of this stretch of Atlantic coast is the ample public beach accesses, many of which offer free parking with facilities. If you’re the type that would rather be on the greens, the North Shore Golf Course is the recipient of a 4-star, best place to play award from Golf Digest. There is also Stump Sound Park that features ample recreation including, soccer, volleyball and basketball play areas, tennis courts, nature trails, two playgrounds, picnic area and restroom facilities.
1. Sample some of the regions seafood
2. Explore the new Library and Environmental Education Center
3. Spend the day combing North Topsail Island Beach