- As low as $750 - $1,395/Week
- Nags Head
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1.5 Bathrooms
- C/AC & Heat
- Ceiling Fans
- Partials Allowed
- Screen Porch
- Wireless Internet
About this Property
Located on a Private Oceanside Street w/Direct Beach Access & No Roads to Cross. This Lovely Cottage has a Modest Ocean View, is Only 200 Ft. to the Beach, & is a Perfect Vacation Choice for Small Families.
Ground Level: Parking for 2 Cars, 3 Bedrooms (1 w/King, 1 w/Queen, & 1 w/Single & Bunk Set), Full Bath w/Shower Only, Enclosed Outside Shower, Screen Porch w/Rockers, & Outside Entrance to Main Level.
Main Level: Living/Dining/Kitchen Area, TV, DVD, Half Bath, & Ocean View.
Features include: C/AC & Heat, Washer/Dryer, Microwave, Phone, TV, DVD, Wireless Internet, Radio, Ceiling Fans, & Bike Path. No Pets. This is a Non-Smoking Unit.
The Town of Nags Head is making plans for their first BEACH RE-NOURISHMENT project. What is Beach Re-Nourishment? You should take the time to read more about it here on our Nags Head Beach Re-Nourishment information page and on Dare County's website at MORE BEACH TO LOVE.
Optional Linens and Towels $125.00
Bedding: 1 King, 1 Queen, 1 Bunk Set, 1 Single
About Joe Lamb Jr. and Associates
Since 1968, our family run company has offered families exactly like yours a broad assortment of OBX rental homes in beach communities of Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head and South Nags Head. We invite you to view our brilliant photos, comprehensive property descriptions which include amenity details and maps. Choose the property that best suits your preferences, and you'll understand why our guests consider us part of their family.
We have grown larger and flourish thanks to the special guidance and encouragement from our OBX community. Our primary aim is to provide you with the best vacationing experience possible. By providing our knowledge and expertise of this vastly growing market and the Outer Banks area we hope to turn your family’s vacation into a memorable family tradition.
Let’s talk about Fall! - For several reasons autumn is a fantastic time to visit the Outer Banks. Since days are still warm but nights are cool, it's like enjoying two seasons in one trip. Ocean treasures such as shells and sea glass are plentiful which makes them easier to find. The sea changes every day. It's actions and color change with the winds and you can see the many personalities of the Atlantic while here. The commitment of the anglers lining the piers and surf is palpable. The drum are running and a way of life, a tradition, returns to the Outer Banks.
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