North Carolina is home to some high-profile firsts: miniature golf and Pepsi were born there, and the Wright brothers launched the world’s first airplane into flight in Kitty Hawk. UNC-Chapel Hill was the nation’s first public university. And to top off its distinctions, the Old North State is home to the Biltmore House, the largest private home in America, with 255 rooms spanning 4 acres of floor space.

Protect your castle

If you also call the Tar Heel State home (maybe in slightly smaller digs), you have a new neighbor: Esurance now offers homeowners insurance in North Carolina.

Your home may be short on intricate winter gardens and Impressionist paintings, but it’s your own private castle. And that’s why we want to help protect it, inside and out. You can even add twenty-first century touches like identity theft protection and special computer coverage — modern must-haves that the Vanderbilts and the Wrights never saw coming.

The Biltmore Estate took 6 years to build. A free Esurance quote takes just a few minutes. Which is more impressive? We leave that judgment to you.

Find out more about North Carolina homeowners insurance here.

Save even more when you bundle

Secure yourself more savings with a little strategic thinking. We don’t cover homemade planes, but if you’ve got a car, you might save by insuring that too.

Not in North Carolina? Not a problem.

We’ve got homeowners insurance in plenty of other states (with more on the way). Plus, motorcycle insurance, renters insurance, and auto insurance. Check out the options in your great state and get a free quote from Esurance.*

*Insurance policies underwritten by Esurance are available only in certain states. Coverage is subject to state availability, individual qualification, and/or underwriting guidelines.

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about Lauren

A recovering English professor, repatriated expat and startup geek, Lauren speaks several languages, including Spanish, French, Academese, and Tech Lite. When she isn’t writing for Esurance, you might find her reading, marathoning Netflix, or gathering data to decide which San Francisco museums host the best nightlife events. She has a complicated relationship with the Oxford comma.