It could take sometime for a foodie to sample the many dishes provided at restaurants in Duck; there is a lot of variety not only in terms of restaurants but also cuisines, such as seafood, delis and sushi bars. In some places your only chance for fun is hanging out at the mall, but around this town you can enjoy paddleboarding, biking and boating instead. Duck has a good number of stores such as hobby shops, sporting goods stores and toy stores; you will likely find a store that will suit your needs. Feel free to leave your car at home and commute by bicycle each day, like many of this town's residents do.
College graduates make up a fairly high percentage of Duck's residents, and the area continues to appeal to the college-educated. If the hustle and bustle of a youthful area isn't for you, this town is filled with residents who are enjoying the retired life.
Living in Duck comes at a cost of $647,299. Home prices here marginally dropped 0.7 percent this year. In the same time frame, the number of homes for sale modestly declined by 1.3 percent, with 77 listings hitting the market in this year. Various properties in this vicinity feature indoor pools so there's no need to wait for sunny days or warmer weather; you can enjoy those pool parties all year round. The fitness centers around Duck offer plenty of different ways to work out so you can do something different every day of the week and never get bored of exercising. The indoor bars found in a selection of this town's homes are great for entertaining your guests at any parties you throw.