The Stallings House, a historic waterfront home located in the village of Oriental, North Carolina, is an ideal place for families and friends to gather on vacation. Whether you enjoy sailing, kayaking, fishing, biking or leisurely walks around the town, Oriental has something for you. The wrap around porches on the first and second floor, are the perfect place to relax, unwind and rejuvenate.
Oriental is located in Pamlico County, near where the Neuse River empties into the Pamlico Sound in eastern North Carolina. The river is five miles wide out our front door and it offers great year round sailing and fishing. The town is also intertwined with several small creeks that are perfect for kayaking and canoeing. Oriental offers a wide range of activities including boating, bicycling, bird watching, tennis, a history museum, art galleries, restaurants and specialty shops. Most of the restaurants and businesses, including the local coffee shop, are within easy walking distance of the house.
The Stallings House was built between 1890-1900 and was purchased as a summer home in 1962 by Raleigh surgeon Dr. Lacy Stallings and wife Jacquelyn. The house has six bedrooms, four and a half baths, a large dining room, family room, kitchen, large wrap-around porches on two floors, and an open-plan third floor with five beds. The house can comfortably sleep 20-22 people. It has has been a regular destination spot for church retreats, sailing clubs and family gatherings for over fifty years. For many years it has also become a popular wedding venue and dozens of couples have exchanged their vows on the front lawn with a riverside wedding. The Stallings House is available to rent by the week or weekend.
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