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What is Inner Banks? The Mattamuskeet Lake Properties

Inner Banks Living has a special offering of only four, one acre homesites along Lake Mattamuskeet. This is a very special chance for you, and here’s why. North Carolina’s preeminent lake is Lake Mattamuskeet. It’s is the state’s largest natural lake with 40,000 acres of open waters.
Lake Mattamuskeet is the wintering home for thousands of canadian geese, now geese and tundra swans. In days gone by Lake Mattamuskeet was regarded as the “Canada Goose Hunting Capitol of the World”. Bald eagles and peregrine falcons are residents of the Lake as well as a multitude of ducks, osprey and shore birds.

The waters of Lake Mattamuskeet hold a very diverse population of aquatic species. Freshwater fish such as largemouth bass, perch, crappie, alewives and brim are in abundance. But Lake Mattamuskeet is also famous for its blue crabs and occasional catch of flounder. For the hunter, the Lake Mattamuskeet Wildlife Refuge hosts a waterfowl and deer hunt. Permits are issued each year by lottery. As a side note, the entire Inner Banks is teeming with white-tailed deer, rabbits, squirrels, turkey and other game.

Lake Mattamuskeet large waterfront lot prices start from $34,990. For maps, directions, prices and more info contact us today.

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Area Information


Local Area Information One of North Carolina's most beautiful natural resources, Lake Mattamuskeet will take your breath away. Located in the center of Hyde County, west of the Outer Banks, Lake Mattamuskeet is NC's largest natural lake. It's so big in fact, that it makes up the majority of the Mattamuskeet Natural Wildlife Refuge, an organization founded in 1995 to preserve the lake. Old Indian tales illustrate how the lake could have been created with mention of a "fire that burned for thirteen moons," but modern day scientists believe that it was created by a meteor shower or a prolonged underground peat fire.

The lake's recorded history dates back centuries beginning with a group of sixty English explorers from Sir Walter Raleigh's Roanoke Island expedition who stumbled across the lake in 1585.

Today, it's a refuge for nature lovers, hunters, fishermen, bird-watchers and anyone looking to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors and one of North Carolina's most treasured resources.

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