Pet-friendly cottage a block from Beaufort's waterfront and restaurants & shops
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About Ian Huckabee
We're Ian and Tracy, and we're both native North Carolinians. We were married in Beaufort on Carrot Island and love that we have the opportunity to live here. There are many things we love about the coast, and Beaufort especially, including the many festivals and events, kayaking, clamming, boating, beach trips, and fine dining. Our favorite restaurants are Front Street Grill (check out their Rhum bar), City Kitchen, and Beaufort Grocery.
Ian Huckabee purchased this House in 2019
Why Ian Huckabee chose Beaufort
When we heard Crew Cottage was available, we jumped at the chance to buy it. It’s one block from the waterfront on a quiet block of Ann Street, one of Beaufort’s most beautiful streets in terms of charm, peacefulness, and residential architecture. We love Crew Cottage’s 10-foot ceilings, its comfortable floor plan, and the beautiful original 1920s trim detail. The home gave Zesty Spaces so much to work with when we did the interior design. The deep front porch is perfect for our first cup of coffee in the morning and a glass of wine in the evening, and the dog-friendly fenced-in backyard (we have a playful Beagle-Lab pup who does zoomies and plays catch back there — he’s a trip when he’s here). We hope you’ll love staying at Crew Cottage cottage!
What makes this House unique
What made us fall in love with Crew Cottage was its location. Ann Street one block from the waterfront and is lined with many historic homes in addition to ours. It’s is one of the most peaceful streets in Beaufort, with very little traffic, and the occasional cyclists, joggers, and walkers. There are many things to do in Beaufort, and they’re all within walking distance from the cottage. Ferries can take you to Shackleford Banks, where you can swim and see wild horses and various sea animals (there’s even summer nesting by loggerhead turtles); and to Cape Lookout, where you can climb the famous Cape Lookout lighthouse. The Rachel Carson Reserve, directly across Taylor's Creek from historic Beaufort, is a beautiful place to see coastal birds and take a nice dip on the banks. And in town, top attractions include the North Carolina Maritime Museum, the Olde Beaufort Farmers Market, Fishtowne Brew House, and great shops and restaurants.
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First time in Beaufort
Beautiful and perfect house.
We enjoyed having the Graves and hope they'll come again!
Highly recommend, perfect for families!
This place is amazing! We loved our time at Crew Cottage. It was the perfect experience. We love it so much we even extended our stay! The property is bright and cheery. Everything is brand new and fresh. They’ve thought of everything in terms of appliances and and supplies in the house. It’s in a lovely neighborhood that was perfect for a stroll with our baby. It’s a really short walk to the heart of Beaufort for shopping and dining or visiting the waterfront. The back yard was great for our pup to run around in, and the black-out blinds in the master bedroom made for very comfortable sleeping (awesome for baby, too!). I would strongly recommend this property!
Thank you so much, Jillian. We're really glad you enjoyed your stay, and we hope to see you again soon!
Beaufort is North Carolina’s third-oldest town and was recognized by Southern Living Magazine as the South’s Best Small Town in 2019. We’re not surprised. The natural beauty of the place, all of its activities and attractions, and the friendly people who make up this community create a wonderful experience for anyone who visits.
There are many things to do in Beaufort and the surrounding area. Ferries can take you to Shackleford Banks, where you can swim and see wild horses and various sea animals (there’s even summer nesting by loggerhead turtles); and to Cape Lookout, where you can climb the famous Cape Lookout lighthouse. The Rachel Carson Reserve, directly across Taylor's Creek from historic Beaufort, is a beautiful place to see coastal birds and take a nice dip on the banks. In town, top attractions include the North Carolina Maritime Museum, the Olde Beaufort Farmers Market, Fishtowne Brew House, and great shops and restaurants.
A short drive from Beaufort, check out Fort Macon, the site of a perfectly restored Civil War-era fort, a museum-quality coastal education center, and an unspoiled shoreline for swimming, surf fishing and beachcombing; the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores, an interactive spot featuring touch pools, a submarine tank, and local creatures from otters to sharks; and Atlantic Beach, situated on a beautiful barrier island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Bogue Sound and known for its abundance of public beaches and friendly people.
Of course, it’s impossible to list everything here. Great golfing, great cycling — whatever suits your idea of the perfect coastal vacation. Come feel the coast.