Gallant’s Point | New Waterfront Neighborhood in Beaufort, NC
16 Total Beautiful Building Lots Sold!
The Gallant’s Point neighborhood combines luxury and community into a relaxing waterfront environment. You will notice the beautiful piece of land that is called Gallant’s Point when you are crossing over the bypass bridge into Beaufort. 16 exclusive lots have been sold, with 7 of these lots having direct water access in their backyard. All of the interior lots included a boat slip and lift.
Gallants Point Origination in 1726
John Galland was born in 1698 to the second Governor of Colonial Carolina Charles Eden. At the age of 28, Galland received a patent for acreage in Core Sound signed by his brother-in-law John Lovick. A year later, John Galland became Clerk of Court for Carteret County and continued in the position until retirement in 1729 and died in 1730. The northern part of Galland’s acreage in Beaufort became known as Galland’s Neck, Gallant’s Point, or Gallant’s Creek. Although the acreage became known as such, it was originally spelled Golland.
*Info Courtesy of Mary Washaw and BeaufortHistory