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Welcome to Island time at Anchors Away, a true beach lover's paradise!
This Intracoastal/Canal Front townhouse is located 4th Row from oceanfront, so whether you are a beach bum or a fisherman, Anchors Away is going to be perfect for your vacation getaway. Dock the boat within feet of your balcony door and your own 30+ foot long boat slip. You can fit any length boat as long as it can fit in the 10 foot wide slip. Anchors Away is located in a no wake zone, which means it's safe for your family and your boat! The boat slip comes with 30Amp shore power, fresh water hose/wash down, courtesy lights on dock, and a fish cleaning station. Anchors Away offers crabbing, snorkeling, diving opportunities, and some of the best fishing on the East Coast. Stunning views from 3 separate balconies, the moment you walk into this 3-bedroom waterfront townhouse, you’ll know you are on island time. You can lay out in the sun and relax by the swimming pool or sit in the shade and relax on the water underneath the covered community gazebo.
Anchors Away was just fully remodeled with comfort in mind. A freshly renovated kitchen with granite countertops, glass top stove and all new appliances leads into a dining area with a new, high top table and chairs and continuing into a relaxing living room, complete with cable, WIFI, new sleeper sofa, new love seat, and a new 4K 55-inch HDTV adjacent to the electric fireplace. There is also a half bath just off the kitchen. The entire area is complimented with your private, spacious back deck overlooking your boat slip and the intracoastal waterway. Sit in the porch swing or laid back Adirondack chairs that are perfectly positioned for sunsets and cocktails. Time to relax, as you’re now on island time!
Upstairs is a nautically themed master bedroom with a king size bed, views of the intracoastal water way and your private balcony with sliding glass door, which is perfect for watching the boats come and go. This master bedroom also boasts a 42inch HDTV flat screen TV. The master bath is adjacent with tub/shower combo and a large walk in closet. Head down the hallway past the laundry area & second full bathroom and you’ll find the second bedroom with queen bunkbeds, yes queen sized bunk beds, and a third bedroom with a queen sleigh bed.
The lower level of Anchors Away has an oversized, one car garage that includes plenty of storage and toys for your use; crab pots, corn hole, ping pong table,boogie boards, and a gas grill.
Linens and towels are not provided, but are available to rent for a reasonable fee.
Anchors Away is located 4 blocks away from the Carolina Beach Fishing Pier and 5 blocks from the North End access, where you can take your 4-Wheel Drive vehicle on the beach for fishing, bonfires on the beach, and overnight camping.
Located in the heart of Carolina Beach is the famous and recently renovated boardwalk, featuring a variety of shops, restaurants, bars, and games. Be sure to stop at Britt’s Donuts for one of the most sought-after treats in the area! During peak season, there is an amusement park complete with games and rides for all ages! Don’t miss “Fireworks by the Sea” at the boardwalk every Thursday night, where locals and tourists come together to see the sky light up over the ocean! Every Sunday night, there’s a free movie by the lake. Just bring your beach chair and watch a family film under the stars.
Just beyond Carolina Beach and north of Fort Fisher, is Kure Beach; located just 15 miles south of Wilmington. It is home to a variety of charming sights and activities for the whole family! The Kure Beach Fishing Pier is famously known as one of the oldest piers on the Atlantic coast. Just a few steps from the pier, you will find a variety of shops and restaurants. Kids can enjoy the nearby pirate ship playground at the Ocean Front Park and Pavilion. A little further down the road is the Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Besides an extensive display of marine life,there is currently an animatronic dinosaur exhibit and an exotic butterfly arboretum in the spring. Take a walk on the quarter-mile long trail at the Fort Fisher State Historic Site where you can view bunkers, canons, and monuments from the Civil War. Beach-goers are encouraged to check out the Fort Fisher State Recreation Area trail along the marsh to view the natural beauty of the area. Kure Beach is Pleasure Island’s best kept secret, tucked away at the end of the island! Every other Friday night, there is a free, outdoor concert at Fort Fisher State Park.
Take the Southport Ferry across the Cape Fear River to the quaint little fishing town of Southport for additional dining, shopping and sightseeing.