Currituck /ˈkʊrɪtʌk/ is an unincorporated community in extreme northeastern North Carolina, United States. Situated along the Currituck Sound, it serves as the county seat for Currituck County. Currituck is part of the Inner Banks region and is one of the state's few unincorporated county seats. The community harbors the Knotts Island Ferry, which provides free shuttles across the sound to Knotts Island. North Carolina Highway 168 and Courthouse Road are the community's most prominent roads. The Currituck Beach Lighthouse is not located on mainland Currituck, but is located across the sound on the Outer Banks.As early as the mid-18th century, the Currituck county seat was called Currituck Court House; the "Court House" suffix eroded away with the passage of time.The Currituck County Courthouse and Jail was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
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