Come have fun and relax at Lazy Dayz in the heart of Duck Village in the beautiful and quaint beach town of Duck, NC and only 150 yards from beach access! This spacious, seven-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom, 3,700 square foot luxury vacation home has tons of amenities inside and out.
Lazy Dayz offers an open floor plan including a large ground-floor recreation room with foosball, a pool table, full-sized refrigerator and a den with plenty of seating around a 55” flat screen TV with Blue Ray. The spacious top floor great room has a large kitchen with island, living area with large flat-screen TV and DVD and lots of dining space, including a separate tower breakfast nook. The middle level has a quite den separating the rooms with a large flat-screen TV with a Blue-Ray and active Netfix account.
Outside is more that 2,000 square feet of deck that wraps around every level, a large private pool, hot tub, large yard with volleyball court, a basketball goal and other outdoor games. A Webber grill is on the ground floor. Trees that surround the house give Lazy Dayz lots of privacy and outdoor areas to explore. The house is near the beach-end of a single, quiet, private street - lined with a sidewalk and street lamps, that runs from town to the beach. The lack of cross streets and the cul-de-sac loop makes it a safe place for kids to scooter and ride bikes.
Also enjoy all of the conveniences of Duck Landing, including access to a private clubhouse with heated indoor pool and kiddie pool, bath and changing facilities, fitness room with free-weights and game room with pool and ping pong tables. Outside of the clubhouse is a tennis court, playground and private oceanfront beach parking close enough to Lazy Dayz to be convenient overflow parking. And because Duck Landing is in the center of Duck, you are within walking distance to the sound side boardwalk and all of the great shopping, restaurants and water sports in the Town of Duck.
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Top Level: Living area with flat-screen TV/Blue-Ray, kitchen, dining area, additional dining nook, half bath, King Master Bedroom with Jacuzzi tub and flat-screen TV with Blue-Ray, deck access and and wrap around top level deck.
New this season: Stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, ground floor and mid-level den furniture with pull-out sofa, champion pool table, wood flooring in Great Room and new carpet elsewhere.
Mid Level: Den with flat screen TV/Blue-Ray and Netflix, Queen bedroom with flat screen TV/Blue-Ray, Jack and Jill bathroom connecting two additional Queen bedrooms with flat-screen TV/DVDs and deck access to hot tub, Queen master with flat-screen TV/Blue Ray and access to deck with hot tub and another Queen master bedroom with a shower only, deck access and flat-screen TV/DVD.
Ground Level: Recreation room with pool table, foosball table, den with 55' Flat Screen TV with Blue Ray and full size refrigerator, washer/dryer, bedroom with Twin and Bunk Set, additional bedroom with Twin and Bunk Set, hall bathroom, deck , pool and volleyball court access.
Keywords: Duck Landing, Lazy Dayz, Outer Banks Beach House, near beach, near shops, Duck NC, Clubhouse, Quite, Rec Room, Pool, Pool table, Foosball, Volleyball, Basketball, Duck Beach House.
Because we want our guests to be very well taken care of, we have this property managed by Seaside Vacations, a management firm that is incredibly responsive and accommodating to renters. That means, however, we (the owners) don't arrange the bookings via VRBO so cannot solicit reviews from past renters.
My wife and I are in our mid 40s and we have a 12-year-old boy and 8-year-old-girl. I am a business-to-business publisher in Arlington, VA and mostly love to just spend time with the family.
We love the Outer Banks and, after 15 years of renting, decided to buy a house in one of the best beach towns in america; Duck, North Carolina.
Our top priority was to be very close to the beach, with no streets to cross to get to it.
Second was being close enough to a pedestrian friendly retail area that we could walk to shops, the local market, restaurants and water sports.
We found exactly what we were looking for and more. Duck is the only town on the banks that offers a real pedestrian-friendly retail village, plus long boardwalks and trails along the sound. It's a bonus that it also has walking and biking trails that go many miles in each direction.
We also wanted the house to be relaxing and fun, so Lazy Dayz's expansive decks, pool, volleyball court, basketball, plus rec room fit the bill.
It's just a bonus that the Duck Landing neighborhood is:
1) a single, quite 15 mph street from town to the beach with a sidewalk. It makes it safe enough for kids to go to and from town or the beach on their own and to ride bikes and scooter on the street.
2) It's the most central street in Duck, so it's got as much to offer by walking south in the retail village as it does by walking north.
3) Duck Landing has the best clubhouse in OBX, with an indoor pool, weight room, tennis and more.
I love the open space in the great room and the rec room, because it is large enough to have a pool table, foosball and living area so a group can enjoy the space comfortably. It was hard to find as most rec rooms have only a pool table and enough room for some stools.
I also like the tower breakfast nook. I start my day there every day when I am at the beach because it's where I read the newspaper and have my coffee.
The kids also love the rec room, plus the outdoor private pool, volleyball court and basketball court. They also love to have their own TV/DVD in their rooms.
My kids love how close we are to the beach and clubhouse and walking to Duck Donuts in the morning and bringing home donuts for everyone. I love the hardware store, market and kayak/bike rentals at the end of the street and also walking to get pizza and ice cream with the kids. My wife and I love that the best restaurants in OBX -- Blue Point Grill, Red Sky Cafe, Cravings and Roadside Bar and Grill -- are just a walk up the street.
While Duck Village has the best retail and restaurants on the Outer Banks, The Town of Duck, NC is centrally located enough to everything in the North Outer Banks (South Nags to Carova Beach) to get to sites on either end within a half hour. Drive north to see wild horses in Carova and the lighthouse in Carolla and south to get to the Wright Brother's Memorial, Jockey's Ridge, Jenette's Pier or shopping in Manteo.
As for recreation, there are several places in Duck to rent kayaks, wave runners, boats or to parasail and there are several golf courses within 15 minutes.