Featured on HGTV! This seaside cottage features 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms. It is only 1 lot away from the ocean with ocean views from the kitchen, living room, and deck. There is easy beach access that is only a few steps (65 feet) away! This cottage is less than a half mile from the Pamlico Sound, which is a world class destination for kite boarding, wind surfing, and fishing. It is a personal concierge home with vacation planning assistance from our property management company Shore Details. Upon arrival you will find a complimentary welcome package including paper towels, kitchen sponge, dish detergent ,dishwater packets 4 pack of toilet tissue and 2 trash bag liners to help you get settled.
This cottage also features 4 flat-screen TV's, high-speed internet, and a new 44 jet hot tub for 2018. Enjoy coffee (commercial keurig and brewed),or cocktails on the swing inside the screened-in porch overlooking the waves.
This beach side cottage has a recently remodeled kitchen which features brand new quartz counter tops and stainless steel appliances. There are 2 newly renovated bathrooms which have granite vanities and glass vessel sinks. Of the three bedrooms, two have queen beds and the third bedroom has 2 twin beds. Beds have memory foam toppers and 100% cotton high-quality John Robshaw designer hand dyed, hand sewn bedding .
From the screened in porch and front deck you can hear, smell, and see the ocean!
This home also features an outdoor shower, charcoal Grill, stereo, CD and DVD player, and keurig brewing station.
This area of the Outer Banks has several well equipped tackle shops and great restaurants. During the summer months the beaches have multiple sea turtle nesting sites and incredible shelling opportunities.It is a short beach walk to Rodanthe pier.
You can take a drive south to Buxton to see and tour the Hatteras Island light house or take the free ferry to Ocracoke island, the HQ for the famous pirate Blackbeard. If you travel north there are also interesting things to visit like the Jockey's Ridge State Park and of course, the Wright Brothers Museum.