Crown Point House Rental Photos and Description
House, 5 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 4 Baths, (Sleeps 12-16)
'Endless Friendship' is just 40 steps to the ocean access, with great ocean views, and you can fall asleep to the sounds of the surf. Plenty of decking and lots of room, plus many extras for the kids, pets, and adults.
Our home is well loved and maintained. The game room is on the ground floor with foosball, ping pong, corn hole toss, stereo and TV. It also has a microwave and refrigerator for drinks so they are easily accessible from the pool. We have ocean/pool toys, chairs and lounges, and eight bikes for many fun times. The 8 person hot tub is undercover near the pool and wet bar. There is also a raised 'bar' set and picnic table under cover near the pool, and plenty of parking.
Although we are at the ocean end of a quiet cul-de-sac, we are less than a mile to shops, restaurants, and movies. Free Wi-Fi is available. There is one king master and two queen masters, one room with two bunk beds and the other with two twins. There is a family room with HD TV and sound system on the 2nd floor. On the 3rd floor we have a captain's watch for reading, visiting or relaxing and enjoying the ocean, and separate room with game table for bumper pool or cards, a sleeper sofa, and TV for a place to 'get away', and a large screen HD TV in the living room.
Please call to reserve, or go to outerbanksrentals on the net and search for CP775 (Endless Friendship)
Taxes in NC are 13.75%, and there is a $50 insurance fee. The agency's $135 Admin fee is included in the prices on their website. Options Available: Pets-$150 ea; Travel Insurance-6.9%; Linens-$215;
Keywords: vacation House, semi-oceanfront, fun, hot tub
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
To all our guests:
We welcome your comments as we are always striving to improve our home and your vacation experience.
Ken and Elaine Walker
Jody and Linda Post
Our home is owned jointly by two families, the Walker's and the Post's. Ken Walker and Jody Post both went to West Point, were Airborne Rangers and spent 7 years in the Army. We started spending a lot of time together in 1976. Jody and Linda left the Army first and settled in Northeast PA, with Jody going to work for Procter & Gamble. Ken and Elaine followed that same year and Ken also went to work for P&G, then transferred to the same location. Elaine and Linda are both retired school teachers and Ken and Jody have retired from P&G. Ken is now a Safety Counsultant, and Jody is just having fun as a handy-man and occasional consulting work. Each family has an older boy and younger daughter, and two grandchildren each. The daughters were the maid/matron of honor for the other. Our first trip to the Outerbanks was in 1981, and we have been going back ever since. We have always had pets, and wanted a place where they could join us and enjoy the beach.
Although we spent time together in the Army, we all love the water. We found the Outerbanks to be great for family fun, and now just relaxing, especially up in Corolla.
We fell in love with our place in Crown Point as soon as we saw it. It is located at the end of a quiet street, only 40 steps from the beach access, with great views out to the ocean. We love just sitting around the pool sipping a drink and watching our dogs play. We have met almost all the neighbors and it is like a family get together at the holidays. The cul-de-sac arrangement of the street means hardly any traffic, and walks are very relaxing.
We love being only 1 mile from the grocery store and a nice small shopping plaza. There are many restaurants and a theater nearby. We are very close to the wild horse sanctuary and the 4-wheel drive beach access. Jody was the only one of the 4 of us brave enough (or would that be crazy enough) to experience the thrill of tandem hang gliding and see the bay, beach and ocean from over 1000 feet up. The community pool in Crown Point is a great place for larger gatherings, and the tennis courts are a great activity for the athletic, or not so athletic, guests. In our younger days we would take the kids on jet skis, sailing, or to the aquaruim. Now that our children are adults, our favorite way to unwind is sitting in the shade on the deck in the evening, looking out over the ocean, reading and/or playing cards.