Oceanside 4 BR 4 Bath Home with Hot Tub & Pool - Beach Access 2 min walk
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 9 (sleeps up to 9 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Children 14 years and older in hot tub. Children may not use pool or hot tub unless supervised by an adult. Pool is available April through Sept.
- IMPORTANT: PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR TRAVEL INSURANCE HAS TRIP CANCELLATION AND TRIP INTERRUPTION COVERAGE.
- RENTAL AGREEMENT MUST BE REVIEWED BEFORE BOOKING. BOOKING REQUEST IS AN ACCEPTANCE OF THE RENTAL AGREEMENT. PLEASE REVIEW AND PRINT RENT AGREEMENT.
About Elaine Turley
Elaine and Bill began visiting Hatteras Island and fell in love with the beaches here in 2005. Elaine loves Outer Banks scuba diving and enjoys the 40 minute drive along Route 12 surrounded by ocean and sound views to go South and dive the wrecks in the Gulf Stream or North to visit the unique wrecks in the Labrador Current. Bill prefers golf up North and the location of this home serves both passions. Family and friends stay active daily kayaking or paddleboarding across the road and we always include a parasailing excursion, available South on Hatteras Island or North on the upper island. Elaine does yoga and meditation on the upper deck and Bill does his daily run around the neighborhood. Whatever the activity, all enjoy cooling off in the private pool with solar heating or soothing our muscles in the Jacuzzi hot tub. Elaine and Bill hope their guests share their concern for maintaining and preserving the incredible beauty of the Outer Banks' natural environment and elsewhere. We ask that you help us protect our environment by limiting waste and garbage and conserving our natural resources. We have included a number of insulated beverage containers and a water filter at the home in the hope that guests will minimize the purchase and use of plastic containers.
Elaine Turley purchased this house in 2012
Why Elaine Turley chose Salvo
We started visiting Outer Banks in 2005 with our extended family, some of whom lived in North Carolina. When some of our family members were no longer able to visit with us in Outer Banks we decided we were here to stay and bought A Shore Thing with the hopes of spending lots of time here when we retire in the next decade. And for now, we visit as much as possible.
What makes this house unique
Lots of space with a number of decks off to the side so everyone can find their space. We love the ocean and the views from the upper deck. It is our family tradition to meet on the top deck for breakfast in the morning and at night for ice cream under the amazing clear starry sky with the sound of the ocean waves surrounding us.