Greenville (35 square miles) and Pitt County (656.52 square miles) are located in the north central coastal plains region of Eastern North Carolina, 85 miles east of Raleigh, 87 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean, 157 miles from Richmond VA, and 265 miles south of Washington DC.
Pitt County covers 656.52 square miles of prime agricultural land in Eastern North Carolina. The county's highest point is 126.4 feet above sea level, in the northwest part of the county.
The Census Bureau's July 1, 2018 population estimate for Greenville is 93,137.
|Average temperature||63° F|
|Average summer temperature||89° F|
|Average winter temperature||35° F|
|Average annual rainfall||48.7"|
|Growing season||220 days|
The average housing cost in Greenville-Pitt County is lower than the state or national average.
Average cost of housing (Greenville area 2013-2017 - $152,100)
Learn more about what Greenville has to offer by visiting: www.greenvillenc.gov
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