This exquisite property was one of the first Federal fish hatcheries in North Carolina. In use by the government until 1958, it's now one of Edenton’s finest private residences. This 2-and-a-half story former superintendent’s home stands high on a bluff with commanding views of Pembroke Creek. The side hall plan features large rooms and an expansive wraparound porch, and has recently been updated with all new windows and geothermal HVAC. The 3 acre parcel comprises original hatchery outbuildings, including a converted stable and boat house, and a 2 car detached garage has been added. A portion of the property is fenced as pasture, with a lovely garden adjacent. The sweeping lawn leads to a private pier and boatlift on the deepwater creek. This waterfront haven is located within Edenton's city limits, less than a mile from our town's famed historic district - making downtown shops and restaurants easily accessible by both boat and car. This incredible property represents a rare opportunity with amazing possibilities!