Mallard Pointe is located on Hinnant Road in Pikeville. This neighborhood offers patio homes in a beautiful country setting. Mallard Pointe is only about 2 miles from Hwy 795 and about 5 miles to Hwy 70W and Wal-Mart and about a 15-minute drive to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The schools for this area are Northwest Elementary, Norwayne Middle, and CB Aycock High School. This neighborhood offers walking trails and a large common ground that can be used for large gatherings with a gazebo and a putting green. There is also a large, secured area where boats, campers, RV’s, Etc. can be stored. There is an HOA that covers all exterior maintenance, trash pick up and street maintenance. There are also two ponds located in Mallard Pointe. The homes here offer many options such as granite counter tops, wood and tile floors and carpeting. Many of the homes are all brick and can have 4 bedrooms and3 bathrooms or more. Many homes also have a bonus room. Mallard Pointe is the smaller home sizes up to approximately 1800 square feet and Mallard Pointe Estates are the homes from 1800 square feet to 2400 square feet with ¾ of an acre of land to 3 ¾ acres of land.
Driving directions to Mallard Point on Hinnant Rd., would be as follows:
From Hwy 70, take the William St exit, which is 117 N. Continue down this road until you get to Hinnant Road on your left. It is approximate 4 miles down Hwy 117 N to get to Hinnant Road.
Other things that are a very short distance from this neighborhood would be shopping and eating in Pikeville. There is a Dollar General, Food Lion, Neighborhood Wal-Mart and Convenience store. There is also Hardees, a Diner, a takeout Pizza Inn and a Hwy 55. There is also a BB&T bank in Pikeville. A short drive back into Goldsboro brings you to the Mall, strip shopping centers, Wal-Mart, Kmart, Target, Sam’s and many other stores. There are also many banks located in Goldsboro and many restaurants such as Longhorn, Texas Roadhouse, Applebee’s, Ruby Tuesday, Logan’s, Chili’s and many, many more. There are movie theaters and putt-putt and batting cages for some of the entertainment.