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    Fairfield Harbour

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Average Selling Price:
 $849,000 (H)
 $20,000 (L)
Average Square Feet:
 5,000 (H)
 1,887 sq. ft.
 300 (L)
Built Between:
 1976 to 2008
School Districts*


Bridgeton Elementary
     about 7.3 miles away


West Craven Middle
     about 14.8 miles away


West Craven High
     about 15.2 miles away
General Information
1. About Fairfield Harbour
2. Home Styles
3. Clubs and Organizations
4. Recreation & Amenities
5. Golf & Country Club
6. Detailed Map of Fairfield Harbour

Clubs and Organizations
Fairfield Harbour offers a very active lifestyle through a number of clubs and activities for residents, which serves as a great way to socialize and interact with other home-owners. A monthly newsletter, named the Fairfield Harbour Beacon, sponsored by the Property Owners Association (POA), informs residents of the community news and upcoming events. Residents with experience in writing, copy editing, proofreading, layouts, or computer skills are encouraged to join and contribute to the Beacon. Those individuals that are interested in computers may join a Computer Interest Group. This group has monthly meetings that are open to all, but are very useful to advanced members as well. However, there is also a beginner group to introduce the computer basics and to practice their skills.

The Harbour Lights Players, otherwise known as the Dramatic Club, provides residents the opportunity to showcase their talents through performances and productions. Other activities the club is involved in include education through programs, field trips, and social events that encourage fellowship. Many of these productions are held at Fairfield Harbour's Community Center. The Fairfield Harbour Chorus was first established in the 1980's, in part by the legendary Mrs. Pat Rivett, who is still a very active member today in the club. "The First Lady of Piano", as the New Bern Sun Journal called her, accompanies the Chorus on the piano and is well known throughout New Bern. This Chorus is open to all and meets weekly for rehearsals.

There are several clubs and organizations for those residents that like to be active in assisting others and giving back to the community. One of these organizations is the Broad Creek Road Clean-up. Volunteers in this organization pick up trash from Highway 55 to the end of the main road that connects Fairfield Harbour, Broad Creek Road. As Fairfield Harbour is located on a peninsula, with only one road for access, they recruit volunteers from the community to serve on their own EMS squad. The goal of the EMS is to prepare the residents of the community to prepare for natural disasters such as floods, tornadoes, and hurricanes and effectively assist members if those events do happen. The Tri-Community Fire Department is a local, volunteer fire department that has four station houses, with one of them being at Fairfield Harbour. Many members of this 64 member fire department serve and/or reside in the Fairfield Harbour area. The Hospital Auxiliary Satellite Group supports the Craven Regional Medical Center. The ladies of this very important group crochet, knit, and sew items to comfort patients in the hospital.

The Stitch and Chat group is for those that enjoy stitching and arts and crafts projects as well as interesting conversation and companionship. This club meets weekly throughout the year. Talents are combined during the Christmas season to make Christmas decorations and other items for Craven Regional Medical Center. Residents that have an interest in horticulture or possess a "green thumb" may be interested in the Garden Club. Members meet to exchange knowledge, share experiences, and visit with each other. This club also reaches outside of Fairfield Harbour by supporting local organizations. For the residents that enjoy bridge, there are several groups/organizations for your enjoyment. The Duplicate Bridge club is quite popular, with new players always being welcome. A partner is always guaranteed. The Marathon Bridge Club is a bit more competitive, with meetings once a month, from January to November. Two groups, couples and ladies, play for prizes being awarded and a donation is made to Fairfield Harbour Fire and Rescue. On every second Wednesday of the month, the Women's Second Wednesday Bridge Luncheon is held. Ladies are invited to join this group for a wonderful lunch, with bridge playing and good conversation. For the ladies who really like to play bridge, there is a weekly Women's Bridge, open to any lady bridge player. The Bible Study Club is a non-denominational group which is dedicated to studying the Bible, chapter by chapter, and sharing their faith with one another.

Fairfield Harbour also has several clubs for residents that like to stay active and workout, while having fellowship with one another. The Tennis Club is open to players of all levels and meets frequently on the six hard courts located throughout the community. Several of the courts face the water and offer stunning views. This club holds two major social functions a year for the enjoyment of members, and field trips to professional tennis tournaments are arranged. Tennis clinics are also held during the year. Swimnastics is offered for residents that like to swim and enjoy exercising. This unique class is held several times each week at one of the three Fairfield Harbour pools. Knowing how to swim is not a requirement. Residents who do prefer to exercise on dry land also have a few exercise class options. The Tone and Stretch class uses hand weights, meets regularly, and is geared to all fitness levels. An aerobic class, called the Step Class, is also offered regularly. Residents that enjoy outdoor sports may choose to join the Trap Club, which offers friendly trap and skeet shooting, and also handgun competition. This club holds weekly shoots for its members and also holds monthly meetings. Golfing is a favorite pastime throughout the community and there are several golf clubs for both men and women. Information for these clubs may be found on the first page.

Fairfield Harbour offers several clubs to active couples and their families who like to travel. The RV Club is a great way for members to plan group RV trips, while enjoying others company. Monthly meetings are also held so residents may discuss their individual trips and experiences. The Fairfield Harbour Yacht Club offers membership to property owners that have registered documented boats. There are several activities members can participate in, including cruises both long and short, regattas, and also dinghy and model boat races. Socials, monthly meetings with guest speakers, educational programs, and community support programs are also offered for members benefit. Fairfield Harbour residents that have lived overseas for at least one year, besides having been on a military base, may choose to join the International Club. This unique club gets together a few times a year for international dinners and to share their experiences. These meetings may be held at either private homes or in a restaurant setting.

Hospitality is very important in the Fairfield Harbour community and there are several organizations for helping new home owners. The New Neighbors organization allows new owners to meet each other, as well as more established residents an opportunity to introduce themselves. Social and cultural events are also presented to acclimate new homeowners to the area and give them information on all the clubs and organizations offered in the community. The welcoming committee is a similar organization, and members visit new home owners to introduce them to Fairfield Harbour. Informational packets are also distributed to new residents with helpful information. Fairfield Harbour residents that are single are welcomed to join the Soloflyts group, where members meet often for dinner. Social events and trips are also arranged for members enjoyment.
Community Information
Neighborhood Home Types:
     Single Family
In City Limits:
Homeowner's Association:
  Yes, Unknown
Includes: Unknown
Home Exterior Type:
      Brick and Vinyl
Average Stories:
      1-2 Stories
Garages: Yes
Fully Developed: No
Home Spacing: Close Together
Neighborhood Pool: Yes
County Club: Yes
Neighborhood Parks: Yes
Sidewalks: Yes
Streetlights: Yes
     Yes, 77k to 849k

Neighborhood Map of Fairfield Harbour

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Average price is: 205k to 255k,  256k and higher,  204k and lower

Location Information

Mailing Address City & Zip:
     New Bern, 28560

Entrance Locations:
     Broad Creek Rd. &
         Broad Creek Rd.

Distance from Cherry Point:
     Cherry Point MCAS in Havelock, NC 12.9 miles away
Distance from Tryon Palace:
     Tryon Palace in New Bern, NC  5.7 miles away

Located Near:
  Hwy 55, Hwy 70, Bridgeton
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