Bethany Beach House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 10)
GRAYSON HOUSE. Located in quiet, fenced oceanfront Sandpiper Village in the ocean block with no street crossing for kids to wide, sandy beach. Sleeps 10. 4 oversized bedrooms with top-quality mattresses. 2 king bedrooms with outside porches. 1 queen bedroom and 1 bedroom with a single and a bunk single over a double. Seating for 10 at dining room table. Breakfast bar. 2 all-tile bathrooms and outside hot shower and changing area. Spacious comfortably furnished wrap-around upper deck and 2 decks outside front bedrooms.
Fully equipped kitchen with granite counters, big ice and water-in-door fridge/freezer, double oven, microwave, Cuisinart coffee maker, Kitchenaid mixer, all new Italian dishes, and cookware/flatware in condition your Mom would approve, disposall, new outdoor gas grill and tools, infant's high chair, and many extra amenities.
Dual-zoned a/c. Great Room with comfortable new furniture. 3 flat screen HD TVs/DVDs/VCRs and a DVR. Bose-wave Hi-Fi radio, Assortment of DVD movies, VCR tapes, books, cards, and board games. High-speed wireless and cable internet. Unlimited local and long-distance phone. Large-sized washer and dryer.
Unobstructed views of canal and lagoon great for bird watching and view of the ocean up the short block. Off-street parking for up to 5 cars. Quiet residental neighborhood with a common 'loop' street safe for youngsters' bikes. Easy walk up the beach to Bethany boardwalk, shops/restaurants. Minutes from Fenwick Island and Ocean City MD. 1 block to local bus service. Home is Non-Smoking.
Keywords: Large nicely furnished rooms in quiet small community with only local traffic.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About Crowley Real Estate
Owner Bill Grayson is the author of the best-selling book, 'Delaware's Ghost Towers,' the history of the US Coast Artillery in World War II. The book answers in detail questions about the mysterious towers along the beach from South Bethany north to Cape Henlopen. All sales proceeds are donated to the Coast Artillery Museum now in development in Cape Henlopen State Park, near Lewes, DE.