- As low as $750 - $2,695/Week
- Kitty Hawk
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Air Conditioning
- DVD Player
- No Pool
- Ocean Views
- Partial Weeks Allowed
- Screened Porch
- Wireless Internet
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About this Property
This Classic Kitty Hawk Oceanfront Cottage offers fantastic views of the Ocean & Beach! This is an older, basic accommodation that retains a rustic character throughout. The Beachfront location and views are the main attribute of this home.
Ground Level: Parking for 2 Cars (must be stacked) & Steps to Screen Porch w/Entry. The driveway for this home is also a walkway for guests of the home located next door to enter their property.
Main Level: Living/Dining/Kitchen Area, 32 Inch Flat Screen TV, Blu-Ray/DVD, 3 Bedrooms (1 w/Queen, 1w/Double & 1 w/Bunk Set & Single), 2 Full Baths, Screen Porch, & Sun Deck w/Outside Shower, Panoramic Ocean Views, & Steps to Beach.
Features include: C/AC & Heat, Microwave, Phone, Satellite 2 32 Inch TVs, Wireless Internet, & 6 Ceiling Fans. Next to #195. No Pets. This is a Non-Smoking Unit.
$150.00 Security Deposit
Optional Linens and Towels $125.00
Bedding: 1 Queen, 1 Double, 1 Bunk Set, 1 Single
About Joe Lamb Jr. and Associates
Since 1968, our family managed company has provided families exactly like yours a diverse selection of OBX 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 check out our high-quality photos, thorough home descriptions complete with amenity details and maps. Make the selection that matches your style, and you'll understand why our guests consider us a part of their family.
We have grown larger and thrive because of the special assistance and encouragement from our community. Our primary aim is to provide you with the greatest vacation experience possible. By supplying 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.
Shoulder seasons: - For several reasons autumn is a beautiful time to visit the Outer Banks. Because days (and water) remain warm but evenings are cool, it's like having two seasons in one trip. Ocean treasures such as shells and sea glass are abundant making them easier to find. The ocean shifts every day. It's behavior and color change with the wind direction and you can view 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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