Fenwick Island House Rental Photos and Description
6 BR, 4 Full BA, Sitting Room with Sofa Bed, Sleeps 12-14
Seatowne is a small, quiet community of 39 homes located in Delaware's Fenwick Island State Beach/Park. It is surrounded by ocean and wetlands and is conveniently located to Ocean City, MD and Bethany and Rehoboth beaches. This 10 year old, spacious, 3600 sq ft home is one block from a wide sandy ocean beach and offers spectacular bay and ocean views. The home has an inverted floor plan with bedrooms and a sitting room on the first floor; a great room, kitchen / dining areas and a master suite located on the second floor. Decks (located on three sides), a screened porch offer prime viewing locations for sunsets and the wetlands. The home offers all conveniences (DW/AC/2 fireplaces) including 5 TVs, 3 DVD players and 2 VCRs and is very well equipped. Community tennis court and pier are available. Canoeing, kayaking and paragliding are available at a convenient state park location.
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
About John or Suzanne Edinger
Have rented property for 12 years with no vacancies in summer months. Available for off season rentals too. Owners turn over property themselves (no cleaning crews) and are always present to meet guests to familiarize guests with property. Property always cleaned thoroughly by owners between rentals.
John or Suzanne Edinger purchased this house in 2004
Why John or Suzanne Edinger chose Fenwick Island
A truly unique property that is very close to great beach but has spectacular sunsets over bayviews. Bay and ocean views from house. Very well furnished and meticulously maintained with all conveniences. FLEXIBLE EARLY CHECK IN POLICY!! LOCATED ON QUIET CUL DE SAC WITH NO THRU TRAFFIC?
NO TAXES OR EXTRA CLEANING FEES. PROPERTY ALWAYS CLEANED BY OWNER.
What makes this house unique
Close also to lots of entertainment venues for all of the family. Great golf nearby too. New tennis court in development. Community pier for crabbing, kayaking, canoeing, etc.