You’ve spent years plotting early retirement. It’s finally here, and you’re wondering what to do with all that free time.
First up on the agenda: Saying sayonara to winter by leaving Minnesota–even if just for a few months.
Snowbirds, spend the season in North Carolina vacation rentals.
Paradise Found, or so the above rental is dubbed, entices with its perfect porches and Americana accents (loving the quits on the daybed and king bed). Even more appealing than that, though, is the rate: three months for the price of two at $1,666 a month.
Some properties charge that for a week.
The Charleston-style home faces the fourth hole on Byrd course at Sea Trail Plantation and invites guests to return to the simpler life, from walks on nearby Sunset Beach to ice cream runs at Calabash Creamery.
Previous guests have raved about how intimate the property is. Remarked Charlotte, N.C.-resident Mickey English, “Our experience was more like visiting a relative’s home than renting one.”
That speaks volumes.
Because if you’re going to be spending a season there, you want it to feel like home.