Welcome To Martin’s Point

Posted February 8, 2015 by martinspointhoa
Categories: Martin's Point History, Uncategorized

Martin’s Point is situated on a beautifully wooded, 2½ mile-long peninsula that comprises part of the Kitty Hawk maritime forest.  We offer owners and their guests a casually elegant community of unmatched excellence on the Outer Banks.

Our natural borders are created by the Currituck Sound on the east and Jean Guite Creek on the west.  We have five miles of shoreline and a mix of waterfront and interior home sites.  Some lots remain in their natural, undeveloped state. Developed lots contain both primary residences and second homes.

Amenities include:

  • Gated entrance staffed 24/7 affording privacy and seclusion;
  • Five miles of private roadways ideal for biking, jogging and walking;
  • A large marina with covered pavilion, boat slips, a launch ramp and pier;
  • Three stocked ponds alive with herons, ducks, geese and bass;
  • Close proximity to ocean beaches and easy access to the mainland and points north.

Fishing, crabbing and boating are common pastimes.  Members of the Martin’s Point Yacht Club (boat owners and non owners alike) participate in powerboat outings, kayak excursions, model sailboat races and numerous social activities throughout the year, including the annual Christmas Flotilla.

This serene quality of life is treasured by those who make Martin’s Point their home.

Click here for a history of Martin’s Point

Click here for an aerial view of Martin’s Point.

Martins Point POA is professionally managed by Seaside Management.  They can be reached at 252-261-1200 or info@seaside-management.com.

Owners: Please check back regularly as we are in the process of both updating the website and adding a private, owners-only area. Details coming soon!

Pursuant to NCGS Section 7A-38.3F, the association is required to notify its members yearly that members and the association may request voluntary mediation of any dispute with the association arising under the North Carolina Planned Community Act, or under the association’s declaration, bylaws, or rules and regulations, other than a dispute relating solely to the failure to pay dues or assessments.  Either party can decline to engage in mediation for any reason.  The procedure for requesting mediation is set forth in the statue.


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