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Rodanthe, North Carolina Beach Home for Sale
23017G A Kohler Ct., Rodanthe, North Carolina 27968
Little Rodanthe sits in North Carolina's middle Outer Banks and is the site of this single family beach home. It has three bedrooms, two and a half baths, 1,788 square feet and was built in 1986. The asking price is $350,000.
The home is actually on the sand and has a weathered gray exterior. Two large wooden decks offer extraordinary ocean views. The water is about 40 feet away.
All three bedrooms and both baths are on the first floor. Each bedroom has tan carpeting and two boast a water facing window and a door to the lower deck. The baths also have water views, as well as a shower and tub.
The upstairs living area is open with windows on all four walls, providing even more water views and bathing the area in natural light. The floor is carpeted, and the white barrel ceiling features exposed beams. A large sliding glass door leads to the upper deck.
Tile floors, white cabinetry, white appliances, a breakfast bar and red countertops are in the kitchen.
There is no HOA fee.
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Rodanthe, North Carolina:
Rodanthe (population 200) is a picturesque town that has become a popular destination for tourists seeking a laid-back, relaxing vacation. Located on the Outer Banks, a long stretch of barrier islands off North Carolina's northern coast, it offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The beach is long and soft, and the Rodanthe Pier offers excellent fishing opportunities. Locals and visitors alike enjoy quaint shops and restaurants. The very cool Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station was used by the U.S. Coast Guard in the late 1800s to rescue shipwrecked sailors and today is a museum and cultural center.
Kiteboarding, surfing, kayaking and paddleboarding are all popular. Hiking trails are also in and around in the area. It is worth noting that some home owners are moving their beach homes back from the water as climate change becomes more of a threat.
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