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A Place at the Beach

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That's all there is to it.

My family has a condo at Indian Beach for rent starting this spring and throughout the year. It's my in-laws condo that they have been living in for the last two years, but they've bought another place at the beach, so this one is now vacant, cute and ready to be loved by you!

The condo is located in Indian Beach (between Atlantic Beach and Emerald Isle in North Carolina) and you can go here to visit the property managers if you're interested in renting it!

It is a fabulous place for kids, you can walk to putt putt, car racing, etc. They have a pool, jacuzzi, grills, tennis court, basketball court and the most beautiful views of the beach around! Our property is not up on their site yet, but here are some sneak pics. They are putting it up soon and if you are interested in renting for this summer, ask for #214.

It has two bedrooms and two baths. Master has a king, second has twin beds. Couch is great to sleep on too (trust me, I've done it a million times, with the sliding door open and the beach breeze blowing in...ahhhhh). Wonderful deck to sit on and feel the ocean air.

Things to Do:
OC Spa (5 mins)
North Carolina Aquarium (5 mins)
Beaufort, NC (15 mins)
Fort Macon State Park (15 mins)
Crystal Coast Dining

Comments

  1. Thanks for stopping by today...now I found you! Yeah! What a fun blog! Oh...your place sounds so nice...I love the view!
    -sandy toe

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  2. OO How much where is Indian Beach?

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  3. If I could, I'd be all over that. No beaches in Nebraska to enjoy!

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  4. Very cute!

    I was reading your post about southern people, and you're SO right. I'm from New York, and I live in New Orleans... such a difference in people!

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  5. My grandparents used to have a beach house in Ocean Isle, NC. I used to spend every summer there as a child. I know just what you're talking about. Such a wonderful, beachy place!

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  6. We are EI people and as we all know, it all runs in together. It's a little piece of Heaven for anyone who is interested :-)

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