If you’ve spent any time onsite you’ll have no doubt noticed that new construction is booming. In fact, as of this writing we have 20, that’s right… TWENTY new homes under construction on homesites 1, 6, 25, 45, 66, 135, 137, 149, 155, 214, 269, 289, 300, 301, 334, 346, 349, 353, 379, and 382.
We’ve also added some larger lots all of which are over 10 acres in size! Contact Blair if you’re interested in learning more.
But we’re growing more than just high quality custom homes and a beautiful riverfront neighborhood at AP, we’re growing a community of enthusiastic and active neighbors who love to get their hands dirty, working and playing outside. You probably won’t see grass growing under our neighbors feet, but if you need tips on how to green up your lawn there’s no doubt one of them can help you!
So kick back on your front porch with a cold drink and get that rocker rocking while enjoying a look back at some of our most popular articles about “growing up AP.”
Whether you’re a seasoned green thumb or just beginning your journey into the world of plants, Terri’s insights will inspire and empower you to create a garden that not only enhances the aesthetics of your home at Arlington Place but also brings joy and tranquility to your everyday life.
Brine, seasonings, and cucumbers are all the ingredients you need to make pickles… and while it’s quite simple, there’s still plenty of room for creativity.
Many people had told me about the wonders of fresh veggies, that they barely resemble their store bought relatives, and boy were they right. One slice of a fresh Cherokee Purple plucked straight from the garden and I was converted. Bring on the maters!
Pamlico County has deep roots in farming. Even though most farms you see are large scale commercial operations there are plenty of people maintaining small food producing plots.
Apparently tomato pie is a Philly thing, the recipe brought over by Italians who settled in PA. Then the South took the concept but put a spin on it, adding mayo and lots of cheese, a Southern cook’s favorite ingredients.
So whether you’re into canning pickles or playing pickleball, growing a family in a custom built home or tomatos in your garden, our friendly riverfront neighborhood is growing just for you!