Stay comfortably in a beautiful semi-oceanfront private home in the 4-wheel drive area of North Swan Beach in the beautiful Outer Banks. Get ready for an exciting time in Castle Connection as you watch the ocean and wild horses right from your own window. The ground floor offers a private family den with option fold away beds for two, main entrance, half bath, outdoor shower, and storage. The second floor has 2 bedrooms each with 2 twin beds, 1 bedroom with a queen sized bed and private full bathroom, and 1 bedroom with a king sized bed and a private bath. There is also a hallway full bath and laundry room located on the second floor. The third floor has a fully stocked kitchen, dining room, living room, and a ship's watch; all with a sweeping view of the magnificent North Carolina beach. Complete your perfect stay by relaxing in the hot tub or on the wrap around decks, complete with outdoor furniture.
BACK TO NATURE: The four wheel area of the Outer Banks is truly a unique and awe inspiring scene. Watch the wild horses romp through the waves or eat grass on the dunes. No where else on the East coast can you watch this from your own deck. Watch dolphins swim by or pelicans catch fish. Enjoy the peace and get back to NATURE.
Beautiful Home: This beautifully decorated home provides complete comfort. Relax and enjoy the view from the ships watch. Play fooseball in the den or soak in the hot tub while watching the clouds roll by. Whatever you like to do it's more fun in Castle Connection.
Our family lives in Hunterdon County in New Jersey. Michael is an electrical engineer, Madeline, a teacher and owner of a preschool center. Daughters, Cynthia and Heather are co-directors of the child care center, Jennifer is an R.N. and son Jim is still in school. Michael and Madeline have 7 grandchildren. Although we are all very busy, we still love to get away to the beach house as often as we can, which is not often enough.
On our first trip to the outer banks, we fell in love with the beaches, the horses and the tranquility and within the two week period that we were vacationing there, we bought the property. Two years later we had built the house. We had been looking for a vacation spot for years. Every summer we would travel to a new location and scout around to determine if that was 'the one' but to no avail. Finally we had found it!