New to the rental market in 2014, this comfortable oceanfront home awaits you in the secluded sea to sound community of Beacon's Reach. It is a wonderful gathering place for family and friends. Many lifetime memories will be made here, and we invite you to join in the fun! Just steps down the private boardwalk from your back door, the beach invites you to stroll, swim, fish and sunbathe. Enjoy morning coffee watching dolphins and shorebirds from your private deck. Here barefoot is best, with sandy toes, and doing nothing is okay. Relax by walking the beach, sunbathing, gathering shells and end the perfect day as you listen to the sound of the ocean lull you to sleep. For the 2015 season we have added a six (6) seat hot tub and new ground level entertainment deck.
This three-level 3,500 square foot home welcomes guests of all ages, it was designed to be a family home so is both kid and adult friendly. The elevator provides easy access for older or handicapped persons and is a blessing when moving in. The large kitchen and eating area have ocean views as does the upstairs master bedroom and spacious family gathering room. There is plenty of space for folks to cook or just hang out at the gorgeous bar and lots of places for children and young adults to play without being underfoot. The family room has a 51' flat screen and all four bedrooms have either a 32' or 46'. There is a roomy outside deck with a large teak dining table and a gas grill. The end of the boardwalk finds you at the oceanside deck and several steps to the quiet beach, where you will find the perfect place to simply enjoy the beauty of the seashore.
If you choose to venture farther than your beach chair you'll discover plenty of activities and attractions on Bogue Banks, all within a few minutes drive. If you head straight east through Pine Knoll Shores, on the eastern tip of the island (about a 10 minute drive) stands Fort Macon, a restored and newly-refurbished pre-Civil War fortress, the most-visited State park in North Carolina. Discover the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores, located about two miles down the road in the Roosevelt Natural Area. Driving west, you will encounter the small fishing villages of Salter Path and Indian Beach and at the far western end of the island, the community of Emerald Isle.