Oceanfront Cottage, 5 BR, 4 ½ B. K * K * K * 2Q * 2S * QSS.
Sand Castle Club linen service with beds made. Oceanfront 14’ x 26’ swimming pool and hot tub (pool is closed November through March). Three master suites each with K, jacuzzi and TV, one on top floor with oceanfront deck. Bonus room on top level with QSS. Elevator to all levels. Dishwasher, 2 refrigerators, washer/dryer, wet bar, two-zone wine cooler, 7 flat screen cable TVs including 48” HD plasma and surround sound in living area, oceanfront deck, master bath and top floor bedroom, DVD player, wireless high speed Internet access, ceiling fans throughout. Outstanding reverse floor plan; beautifully furnished and decorated. Panoramic ocean views including awesome, unrestricted view of Atlantic Beach. On a clear day you can see the Cape Lookout lighthouse (bring your binoculars). Covered and open decks with porch furniture, gas grill, outside shower. Professionally landscaped. Recommended nearby golf courses are Morehead City Country Club and North River. Easy access to NC Aquarium, Fort Macon, welcome center with large gift and book shop, historical Beaufort and Cape Lookout. Weekly only. No smoking. No pets. 101 Knollwood Drive in Pine Knoll Shores.
Please note this property may be located in an area that is scheduled for Beach Renourishment during the months of March and April. The entire project consisting of parts of Atlantic Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, Salter Path and Emerald Isle are set to be nourished between February 1st – April 30th.
This section of beach is estimated to be nourished between February 1st – March 1st
Question & Answer (Q & A) from Carteret County Shore Protection Office
Post-Florence Beach Renourishment Project
Q: WILL THE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, NOISE, AND BEACH NOURISHMENT PROCESS IN GENERAL CAUSE ANY MAJOR DISRUPTIONS DURING OUR VISIT TO THE BEACH?..
A – LIKELY NOT. The bulk of the bulldozers, lights, surveying equipment, etc. is confined to the narrow area where the slurry of sand and water is being pumped directly on to the beach. The pipe is extended as the nourishment fill progresses further down the beach, and will subsequently be dissembled and moved throughout the project. Also, sand bridges will be built over the pipeline stretch at a minimum of every few 100 feet and at every regional beach access point to enable residents and visitors to access the water. Thus, any direct disruption will only be for a day or two. Beach nourishment is a “24-7” operation (24 hours a day - seven days a week), so progress should be very quick.
For the most updated timeline and completion dates please click the following link: http://www.carteretcountync.gov/797