Steeped in history and quaint, small town charm, the port town of Beaufort offers unspoiled waterway access to Taylor’s Creek, Shackleford Banks and the Atlantic Ocean. Incorporated in 1722, the town was influenced by English architecture and includes a selection of beautifully restored Victorian-style homes, including the Hammock House, which was built in 1698 and served as an inn that was regularly visited by Blackbeard. It is also home to the North Carolina Maritime Museum and Watercraft Center, and the Rachel Carson Reserve, which is part of the North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve. Beaufort is also located in the heart of Carteret County and is the county seat, and is a favorite "jumping off" port for off-shore bound mariners and fishermen.

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