Carova, NC Outer Banks Real Estate: August 2009

For Sale: Seclusion & Beach in one Package


1654 Canary Cross, Carova, NC 27927

  4 Bedrooms                                                                Covered Parking


  3 Baths,                                                                        Dry Entry

Backs To Wildlife Refuge

Enjoy the seclusion of being nestled in among the Pine & Live Oaks. This home backs up to a 300 acre wildlife preserve in a tranquil and scenic setting surrounded by wild horses. This home is decorated in a comfortable and tasteful manner. It offers a dry entry, large utility room, 10x8 storage unit, easy access to the beach,filtered ocean views, and doesn't require flood Ins. This home is a true Carova retreat for you to relax, unwind, watch the Currituck Beach Lighthouse at night & lift your spirits.

Swan Beach is an oceanfront community about 3 miles from Route 12 and located in the heart of the 4-Wheer Drive beaches where the Corolla Wild Horses still roam. It is a truly a secluded getaway with the Atlantic Ocean to the East, Currituck Sound to the West, National Estuarine Research Reserve to the south, and Currituck National Wildlife Refuge to the North.

Offered at $450,000


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Jean-Paul Peron
Living & Working in 4-Wheel Drive
The Outer Banks Real Estate Company
Work:  (888) 457-7376
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Comment balloon 1 commentJean-Paul Peron • August 30 2009 04:55AM
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