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Ocean front recently updated first floor, corner unit in Carolina Beach, NC! Granite kitchen counters, hardwood floors, flat screen TV and DVD in living room. TV in master bedroom. Wireless internet! Conveniently located just five blocks from downtown Carolina Beach, and down the street from Freeman Park!
Please view parking map here – one space is provided under the building in the spot labeled “A” and another vehicle can park directly behind the first. Parking may be challenging for larger vehicles, as the spaces are limited in size.
Some stairs at this location.
No Smoking and No Pets allowed at this property.
Sea Coast ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE Includes Rent, Linens- beds made, Property Protection waiver, and Departure Cleaning.
Memorial Day through Labor Day Saturday to Saturday check-in only- In the summer season. Nightly rentals are available within 10 days of the arrival date and require a 2- or 3-night minimum stay. Select properties areavailable for monthly reservations in the off season (mid-Sept to mid-May) call or email a Sea Coast Representative for details.
Explore the treasures of Pleasure Island; ranked one of the top 10 boardwalks in the country by Food & Wine magazine. One of the last remaining beach boardwalks on the East Coast it includes a variety of restaurants, arcade, shops, ice cream, Famous Britt’s Donuts, bars, and more! During the summer months, the Boardwalk is bustling with the sound of music, laughter and the squeals of kids of all ages as they whoosh and whirl past on the assortment of rides at the seaside amusement park and at extraordinary events like the weekly fireworks and concert series. Annual off-season events that include Boardwalk activities are Christmas by the Sea and the Island of Lights Festival.
Our south end beaches offer tons of adventure as well. Discover aquatic wildlife at our North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher or enjoy a relaxing ferry ride across the Cape Fear River to a quaint little shopping town called Southport. Take a trip back in time at the Fort Fisher State Historic Site and Museum which features live oak covered trails and bunkers from the American Civil War. Or wind down with nature at our two state parks, sure to provide a memorable experience with hiking, fishing and water activities such as paddle boarding and kayaking. As one of North Carolina’s most undeveloped beaches, the island offers a unique opportunity to see many diverse coastal wildlife, including pelicans and loggerhead sea turtles, in their natural habitat. Whether its exploring activities on the island or simply enjoying the ocean views, Pleasure Island life is sure to capture your heart.
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