Stonebridge Landing is an established neighborhood of diverse homes located centrally between the eastern and western Havelock city limits. The unique design of the development features homes located on cul-de-sacs off a single central street that meanders through the neighborhood. A decked walkway through a wooded reserve area leads to Slocum Creek, where residents can be seen headed with fishing poles in hand on warm summer days.
The convenience of the neighborhood is one of the area’s highlights. Stonebridge Trail exits directly onto Highway 70 at a lighted intersection. At the entrance to the subdivision are dental and orthodontic offices, one of the area’s leading women’s centers, and the local office for the newspapers for Havelock and Cherry Point. Stonebridge Landing is located across the highway from the Post Office and Navy Federal Credit Union, as well as the Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn Express, and the Tourist Center. Several of the town’s restaurants are in this area, too. The neighborhood is also centrally located between both gates to MCAS Cherry Point.
Because Stonebridge Landing is within the city limits of Havelock, the area is served by city water, sewer and trash pickup and local public safety (fire and police protection.) Progress Energy provides power to the community. School attendance is at W. Jesse Gurganus Elementary School, Tucker Creek Middle School, and Havelock High School.
Residents of the area are as diverse as the homes: a mix of active duty military and civilians; singles, couples and families; career and retired persons. Most mornings and evenings—regardless of the weather—you’ll encounter individuals walking or jogging through the neighborhood (a 2-mile distance if you walk all the cul-de sacs as well as the main road.)
Many homeowners are original owners and re-sales are not as common as in some locations; but if you’re seeking a nice home in a friendly neighborhood convenient to everything, you can’t go wrong purchasing a home in Stonebridge Landing.