When considering where and what type of Outer Banks real estate is right for you, location is key. The town of Kill Devil Hills bridges Kitty Hawk and Nags Head making these towns blend together seamlessly. As a result it shares many of its neighbors’ amenities. From abundant beach accesses to endless activities, diverse array of restaurants and shops and ample supply of events and attractions, Kill Devil Hills’ central location and bustling town make it a great place to vacation and live. So let’s say you’ve fallen in love with the Outer Banks (how could you not?), and you want to look at Kill Devil Hills real estate. You’re in good company; Kill Devil Hills has the largest number of year-round residents. As a result it’s also home to two of the area’s schools, a number of restaurants that stay open year-round and you’re never a far drive from anything you want or need.
Kill Devil Hills real estate is anything but uniform. You can live in an oceanfront mansion, classic beach cottage, a single-family home in a neighborhood development, new upscale condos or even tucked away in the maritime forest.
Most homes range from around $200-700,000, though you’re sure to find outliers reaching into the millions. Interior lots may start around $200,000 and range to $500,000 for oceanfront and soundfront lots.
Kill Devil Hills Real Estate for You
Schools: A plus of living in Kill Devil Hills is that children don’t even have to leave the town to get to school. It houses First Flight Elementary, First Flight Middle School and First Flight High School.
Neighborhoods: Kill Devil Hills has only one formal neighborhood, Colington, which is west of the Bypass. The rest of the community lives around the center of town.
Population: About 7,000 people choose to call Kill Devil Hills their home year round.
Owner-occupied Housing Units: About 55% of the homes in Kill Devil Hills are occupied year round by their owners.