- Nags Head
- 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- C/AC & Heat
- Pets Allowed
- Screen Porch
- Sun Deck
- Wireless Internet
About this Property
This Oceanfront Cottage offers Outstanding Ocean & Beach Views located near the 20.9 Milepost in South Nags Head.
Ground Level: Parking & Steps to Entry.
Mid Level: Living/Dining/Kitchen Area, TV, 2 Bedrooms w/Kings & TVs, 1 Full Bath, Screen Porch w/Furniture & Picnic Table, & Sun Deck w/Furniture, & Steps to Beach.
Top Level: Living Area, TV, 4 Bedrooms (2 w/Kings, 1 w/2 Singles, & 1 w/2 Bunk Sets), 2 Full Baths, & Ocean Views.
Features include: C/AC & Heat, Washer/Dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, 5 TVs, VCR, DVD, Phone, Wireless Internet, & Bike Path. Two Mature Dogs Allowed w/Pet Fee. 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.
$150.00 Security Deposit
Optional Bed Linens $150.00
Optional Towels $110.00
Bedding: 4 Kings, 2 Bunk Sets, 2 Singles
About Joe Lamb Jr. and Associates
Since 1968, our family owned and operated company has provided families exactly like yours a wide selection of Outer Banks rentals in beach communities and towns of Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head and South Nags Head. We invite you to view our excellent photos, detailed home descriptions which include amenity lists and maps. Make the selection that matches your family's needs, and you will see why our guests consider us a part of their family.
We have grown larger and flourish because of the amazing assistance and encouragement from our OBX community. Our goal is to supply you with the best vacationing experience possible. By providing our understanding and expertise of this vastly growing industry and the Outer Banks area we hope to turn your family’s holiday into a memorable family tradition.
Save money in Fall. - For many reasons fall is a very special time to visit the Outer Banks. Because days (and water) remain warm but evening hours are cool, it's like benefiting from two seasons in one trip. Ocean treasures such as shells and sea glass are plentiful making them more readily found. The sea shifts every day. It's behavior and hue change with the wind direction and you can observe the many personalities of the Atlantic while here. The happiness of the anglers lining the piers and shoreline is palpable. The drum are running and a way of life, a tradition, returns to the Outer Banks.
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