There is a reason, actually a lot of reasons, why Cypress Landing is North Carolina’s Premier Coastal Community!
Cypress Landing is located in coastal eastern North Carolina on the high southern shore of Chocowinity Bay and the Pamlico River. The location feels private but is just a few minutes from services and shopping in Chocowinity, Washington and Greenville. US and NC freeway on-ramps are two miles away, making getting “there” easy and convenient whether it’s a hop to the beach, getting to the airport, or visiting friends up or down the coast.
Cypress Landing is a subdivision in Chocowinity, North Carolina. Chocowinity is a town in Beaufort County, North Carolina, United States. The town is a part of the Washington Area located in North Carolina's Coastal Plains region. The meaning of the name Chocowinity appears to be derived from the Tuscarora word, chackauene, meaning "otter" or "little otters."
The regional Norfolk Southern (one of the predecessors of the modern system which adopted the same name) had lines between Norfolk, Virginia and Charlotte and served many locations in southeastern Virginia (including branches to Virginia Beach and Suffolk) and most of eastern and central North Carolina, including Elizabeth City, New Bern, Morehead City, Goldsboro, Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville, North Carolina and Asheville. The regional carrier was acquired by the Southern Railway, and lent its historic name to the merger with the Norfolk and Western in the early 1980s to form the current large Norfolk Southern Railway System. The railroad resumed using "Chocowinity" to designate the location in 1970, after railway telegraphs were replaced with voice communications via 2-way radios.
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