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Avon - Town vs. County Stats

Avon - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Avon: $514,500 / County Avg $555,600

46%

Avg Taxes in Avon: $2,800 / County Avg $3,300

42%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Avon: 2,442 / County Avg 2,359

52%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Avon: $211 / County Avg $236

89%

Avg Walkscore in Avon: 20 / County Avg 20

49%

Avg Year Built in Avon: 1991 / County Avg 1993

50%

Avg Days on Website in Avon: 264 / County Avg 186

71%

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South of the Tri-Villages of Rodanthe, Waves and Salvo, past a sizeable stretch of undeveloped Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Avon, NC, is considered the largest and busiest of the Hatteras Island towns.

Avon was historically known as Kinnakeet, a name that is still often used to refer to the older part of town. Kinnakeet got its first post office in 1873, but 10 years later the postal service renamed it Avon, NC. In 1850 there were 318 residents of Kinnakeet, and around the turn of the century there were about 500, all of them living on the west side of the island. The area of Hatteras Island on which Avon sits was known until modern times as Kinnakeet Banks. Two life-saving stations anchored Kinnakeet Banks – Big Kinnakeet Station south of the village (about where Hatteras Realty is now) and Little Kinnakeet Station north of the village. The early Kinnakeeters, in the early 1800s, cut down large quantities of live oak and cedar trees and used them for building boats or exported them for use in building ships elsewhere. They basically stripped the island clean of trees. Kinnakeet was known for building small schooners, and in the years following the Civil War it was known for its locally built oystering fleet.
Areas in Avon NC
Avon Oceanside
Avon Soundside