Live Oak Street in Beaufort NC is a major road that begins near the waterfront area at Front Street and extends through the historic district, and continues through the business district finally terminating at the new Highway 70 from Gallants Channel Bridge.
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Street intersections: Front Street, Ann Street, Broad Street, Cedar Street, Mulberry Street, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd streets, Lennoxville Road, Chestnut Drive, Loftin Lane, Circle Drive, George Street, Fairview Drive, Highway 101, Center Street, Carteret Drive, Crescent Drive, Short Street, Steep Point Road, Campen Road, Wellons Drive, Pinners Point Road, Bertram Road, Professional Park Drive, Pearl Drive, Tommy Lane, Lena Perry Lane, Connie Lane, Gooding Road, Piver Road, and Highway 70 East.
Landmarks: Speedway Gas, Wells Fargo Bank, Carteret County Board of Elections, Carteret County Library, Chalk and Gibbs Real Estate and Insurance, Piggy Wiggly, Beaufort Fire Station 54, No Name Pizza, and the Carteret County ABC Board.
Subdivisions and Neighborhoods: Wye S/D, Highland Park, Hancock Park, Glendale, Jones Village, Live Oak Square, Gibbs S/D, Beaufort Spring, Beaufort Square #3, Pearl G. West, Beaufort Professional Park, Beaufort Meadows, and Walter P. Arthur.
Located in the 252 area code, 28516 zip code, and in Carteret County NC.
Located in the city limits, thus served by the Beaufort Police Department, Fire Department, and EMS. Residents are served by Carteret Health Care Medical Center.
Driving distance: At it’s farthest point, 10 minutes to the waterfront, 15 minutes to the first community down east, 12 minutes to Morehead City, 19 minutes to the beaches of Atlantic Beach, and 18 minutes to Carteret Health Care.
Bodies of water: Taylor’s Creek
Public Schools: Beaufort Elementary School, Beaufort Middle School, and East Carteret High School.
Homes, subdivisions, and neighborhoods along Live Oak Street range from middle class to upper middle class.
This road is 2.77 miles in length.
Request For Information
Discussion information we are looking for is pothole and stormwater mitigation, town ordinances, zoning laws and planning, new businesses, growth, development, and expansion, tourism related things to do and attractions, neighborhood watch programs, crime statistics, road and street improvements along Live Oak Street, utilities upgrades, road work, and any other information locals or those investing in the area might like to learn about this street in Beaufort NC.
What is the median cost of homes in the local area? For land? What is the cost of living in this community?
In thinking about the waterfront area, historic area, and business area this street runs through, what specific issues relate to each?
Since this street sees a lot of vehicle traffic due to it’s proximity to local businesses, how is the town handling vehicle traffic in this area especially at the intersection of Highway 101?
This article will be updated with specific news and information as it happens.
News And Information
January 24, 2020: Police report of a vehicle that ran off the road and struck a tree resulting in the vehicle being totaled and the driver being taken to the hospital and then airlifted to Vidant in Greenville.