Reserve now for. Fabulous price so close to beach. Authentic Outer Banks Cottage-restored, updated & decorated to make a great get away. Swim or sun at your private pool, or walk to the beach (150 ft.) in 2 minutes. There is a beach lifeguard on duty during summer season. The area to the North of the cottage is greenspace.
This means you have private, unoccupied beach to the North and the cottage backs to green space.
We have beach chairs, umbrella, and rolling cooler. Have a meal or just relax & read on the screen porch. Ample back deck for sunning. Upper deck off master bedroom has an uninterputed ocean view. 3 cable TV's, DVD's, and VCR's, lots of board games, and videos for evening relaxing. Two tennis courts located 2 blocks away.
Mermaid Cottage is in the center of Corolla, close to everything. Located across from the Currituck Club and Harris Teeter. Timbuck II Shopping area (65 shops) is located 10 min. to the North, across from Food Lion Center with more shops. Historic Currituck Lighthouse & Whalehead Club are a short drive further North. That is also the location of the 4 wheel drive area where the Wild Mustangs of NC are located. You can book a tour to visit them.
Come & visit with us. It doesn't get any better than a day at OBX.(Outer Banks)
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Keywords: House,Cottage, Outer Banks, Close to Beach
We are a retired military couple and have traveled the world. Now we call the VA Peninsula home which allows to be hands on home owners. We would like to share the Outer Banks with everyone.
We love the Outer Banks. The development is limited by size and codes making for a uncrowded and relaxing place with pristine beaches. We loved seeing the wild mustangs. They roamed this area when we first came down. Now for their own safety, they have been moved to the 4 wheel drive area which is North of Corolla. You make take tours to go see them.
There is nothing like the beach to relax and the Outer Banks has some of the best beaches on the East Coast.
You will see the brown pelcians flying in a row, going North for fishing (we think). They ride the wind draft coming off the dunes. We have counted a group of 32.