Situated along the banks of the Yeopim River in Chowan County, North Carolina, RiverSound is a gated waterfront community of 225 buildable lots with complete infrastructure consisting of paved roads, a fully operational $3.8 million dollar sewage treatment plant, and county water lines installed to the front of all lots.
For those seeking more privacy and seclusion, RiverSound also has 57 ten-acre “farmette” lots located along adjacent compacted crush-and-run roads that will have their own septic systems and deep-water wells.
The picturesque Albemarle Sound and Intracoastal Waterway are just a short boat ride from RiverSound. Wild turkey, deer and other wild life abound, and majestic eagles hunt their prey from tall pines along the banks of the Yeopim River. With its own 24-foot wide boat ramp, dozens of waterfront lots, and expandable twenty-five slip marina, RiverSound is a boater’s mecca. Outdoor life at RiverSound is enhanced by three community parks, a playground, a picnic and party house, and four stocked freshwater ponds.
Consisting of 1,000 acres of natural beauty, RiverSound is located just off route 17 on Drummonds Point Road, only ten minutes from the historic town of Edenton, North Carolina.