Beaufort's Gallants Point Community

Gallants Point: A Beaufort Waterfront Community

Nestled in the Gallants Channel sits Gallants Point, a community that combines luxury with a cozy waterfront environment. Gallants Point has easy access to the Beaufort Bypass making it easy to get to your favorite shops. This community sits on a beautiful piece of land that juts out into the channel making access to the water right in your backyard. 16 exclusive lots are available for purchase at Gallants Point, with 7 of these lots having direct water access in their backyard.

Gallants Point first originated when John Galland was born in 1698. Galland was the stepson of Governor Charles Eden of whom was the second governor of colonial North Carolina in 1713. When Galland turned the age of 28 he received a patent for acreage in Core Sound. The acreage that was north of Beaufort became known as Gallands Neck, Gallant’s Point or Gallant’s Creek. It is believed that Gallant’s Point was originally spelled Golland. A year later,  John Galland became Clerk of Court for Carteret County and maintained the position until his alleged death in 1730. Click here for more history on John Galland.