Steps from the Beach with BEACH ACCESS RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET!!! This well maintained 4 bedroom, 2nd row house, at 256 Ocean Blvd West, will not disappoint you with two upper and two lower bedrooms plus two separate living areas. Tastefully decorated, this cozy beach cottage offers open concept living, kitchen, and dining areas overlooking the front porch with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The main level of the home includes the living room with TV, well equipped kitchen with large breakfast bar, and dining room. Also on the main floor are two bedrooms (one with two twin beds and the other with a king bed) and full bathroom.
The second level of the home includes a 2nd living space, great for the kids to play and hang out with TV and DVD player. The master bedroom (king bed) with private full bath is on this floor, as well as another bedroom (queen bed), and full bathroom.
There is also WiFi, an outside enclosed shower, a picnic table, lots of rocking chairs, easy beach access (directly across the street) and within walking distance to holden beach bridge, fishing pier and restaurants.
Linens and towels are not provided. There are pillows, blankets, bedspreads and mattress pads on all beds.
Fun and adventure on Holden beach
Holden beach is “named best family beach in the united states by Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, also known as “Dr. Beach,” Holden beach offers small-town charm and unspoiled beauty”. It is a family oriented beach and is the perfect place to relax, read, jog and bike. “navigate a kayak or canoe along the picturesque intracoastal waterway, and keep watch, for you may glimpse endangered loggerhead sea turtles as they surface for air. In this naturalist’s and wildlife haven, you’re sure to find something to delight your whole family—from spotting dolphins in the surf to playfully chasing ghost crabs with flashlights during an evening stroll. Have lunch on-the-deck at one of several restaurants that sit beside the intracoastal waterway. Here, you can watch shrimp boats cruise by as they make their way to and from the ocean.”