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April 15 - May 17, 2015 rentals available as well as September 9- October 12. Spacious five bedroom house with huge wraparound decks and sunny exposure. 1.5 bathrooms plus two outdoor showers. Sleeps 10. Convenient to gorgeous beach, Fire Island Hotel, Flynn's, and Ocean Bay Park Market.
This home is managed by A2 Acquisitions, a real estate property management company. A2 has full time Property Management staff on the island to ensure all tenants a comfortable stay.
Post Season 2015 Sep 9 - Oct 12, 2015 6 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
Refundable Damage Deposit$1,000
Policy available by contacting owner when booking.
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A popular summer resort, Fire Island is known for its pristine beaches, tranquil atmosphere, and laid back charm. The island is 31 miles long and 2 - 3 blocks wide and is comprised of 18 distinct communities, each with its own unique character and vibe. Bordered to the north by the Great South Bay and to the south by the Atlantic Ocean, Fire Island’s beaches are world famous. Less than 50 miles from Manhattan to the Bay Shore Ferry terminal, many people come to Fire Island to escape the hustle bustle of New York City in a relaxing setting, without the attitude and pretension of the Hamptons. Cars are not allowed on the island in the summer months and are permitted during the winter only with a Federal permit. Walking and biking are the predominant forms of transportation, contributing to the island’s intimate, relaxed atmosphere. Residents use wagons to transport luggage, groceries, and other items to and from the ferry terminal, market, or beach. Because of this, the radio flyer red wagon has become a familiar Fire Island icon. The island is also known for the abundance of wild deer that roam freely.