|View of the House from the
The two wrap-around decks offer
plenty of outside lounging space.
|Duck Outer Banks Beach House rentals, vacation rentals
|Dog-Friendly - Woof Woof!
Five-bedroom beach house in Schooner Ridge
Upper deck with ocean view, seven-person hot tub
One minute walk to Rec Center with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, playground, exercise room, racquetball court, game room, and free wireless internet access
Six minute walk to oceanside pool with sheltered deck
Six minute walk to shops in Duck
Linens (bedsheets, pillowcases, blankets) provided free of charge
Eider Way is a three level beach house with gigantic wrap-around decks on the top and middle levels. The upper deck has a hot tub and an ocean view. The house has gorgeous juniper ceilings and walls, a modern kitchen, five bedrooms (one with two bunk beds), three and a half bathrooms, six color TVs, a DVD player, four VCRs, a fax machine, wireless high-speed internet (bring your own computer), a wood burning stove, a ground floor rec room, a bar with small fridge, and a spacious Florida Room on the top level with extra dining and an ocean view. Among beach house neighborhoods in the Outer Banks, Schooner Ridge is prized for being in the center of Duck, its oceanside location, and its private beach.
Vacation Rental: Schooner Ridge is a quiet, low traffic neighborhood in Duck, a family-oriented town. It is a short drive from the restaurants and attractions of Kitty Hawk and Nags Head. Eider Way is available for rental by the week, year-round.
Lots of comfortable places to relax and enjoy the DVD player, high speed wireless internet, color TVs, stereo, etc.
The house is close to the center of the quaint Duck shopping district with excellent boutiques, restaurants, delis, coffee houses, book stores, and art galleries. Cross Duck Road and enjoy the Sound and soundfront shops with boardwalks. Family-oriented band concerts take place in Duck's soundside park, which contains a large lawn by a gazebo, walking trails, a soundside boardwalk, a playground, a kayak/canoe launch, and public parking. Other activities in Duck: Fourth of July parade, Tai Chi on the Town Green, Beginners' Pilates, Music and Theater from the repertoire of the Lost Colony Musical Theater, Children's Story Time, Annual Jazz Festival. Nearby attractions in Duck, Corolla, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, and Nags Head: Lots of great restaurants and shopping, Currituck Beach Lighthouse and historic Whalehead Club in Corolla, hiking in the rare maritime deciduous forest of Nags Head Woods Nature Preserve, miniature golf, go-carts, kayaking, sailing, jet ski, parasail, windsurfing, surf fishing, pier fishing, deep sea fishing, nine golf courses within 30 miles, Wright Brothers Museum, Jockeys Ridge State Park (hang-gliding lessons on the giant sand dune), kayak ecotours, skateboard park at the YMCA, bike path. A bit further afield: Roanoke Island, with picturesque shopping village and beautiful sound and harbor views in Manteo, The Lost Colony show, fascinating and gorgeous Elizabethan Gardens, Aquarium. Don't miss the Pea Island nature preserve with canoe tours, just south of Oregon Inlet.
One day we were discussing possible names for the house, and Janie suddenly blurted out "Eider Way." Mark burst out laughing, and that was that. For those of you who aren't up on your Duckology, "Eider" is the name of a sea duck famous for its "Eider Down" used to stuff pillows and comforters.