Gallants Point | New Waterfront Neighborhood in Beaufort, NC

16 Total Beautiful Building Lots Now Available

Located just to the left after crossing the new Bypass Bridge into Beaufort sits a beautiful piece of land, perfect for your new home. With easy access to everything you love in Beaufort, the Gallants Point neighborhood will combine luxury and community into a relaxing waterfront environment. 16 exclusive lots are available for purchase, with 7 having direct water access to Gallants Channel right from their backyard. The 9 interior lots will all be sold with a boat slip and lift.

Gallants Point Origination in 1726

John Galland, born about 1698, was the stepson of Governor Charles Eden, the second governor of colonial Carolina in 1713. At the age of 28, John received a patent for acreage in Core Sound signed by brother-in-law John Lovick. Part of Galland’s acreage north of Beaufort became known as Gallands Neck, Gallant’s Point or Gallant’s Creek. It is believed that Gallants Point was originally spelled Golland. John Galland about a year later became clerk of court for Carteret County in 1727; he continued in that position until December 1729 and died in 1730.

*Info Courtesy of Mary Washaw & www.beauforthistory.blogspot.com

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