The Wright Place

From $104 / night

50121 Blackbeards Ct, Frisco, NC 27920
The Wright Place
4 bedrooms
12 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps: 12
Type: Home
Per week: $725 - $1,895
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Frisco vacation home rental
This 2500 s.f. canal front home lives large. The ground level has a carport, under house entry and boat dock. Level 1 has a game room with ½ bath, pool table, wet bar, microwave, drink fridge, LCD TV and deck access to hot tub & outside shower. A home theater room features a 52'' LCD TV. On the 2nd floor, bedroom 1 is a queen master with deck access, LCD TV and bath with tub/shower. Canal front bedroom 2 has two singles, LCD TV and deck access. Bedroom 3, also canal front, has a pyramid bed, LCD TV, deck access and is close to hall bath with tub/shower & laundry nook. The upstairs
great room has tall ceilings, 1/2 bath, Tommy Bahama style furniture and entertainment center with large TV/DVD and stereo. The top of the line kitchen features an island with Corian counters, a canal front dining area and access to screened porch. Extensively furnished sundeck catches all views of canal and sound. Bedroom 4 is a king master with water views, LCD TV and bath with tub/shower. Get to The Wright Place now!

Lori Frank

Area Information
The first national seashore in the country, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, extends from south Nags Head to Ocracoke Inlet and includes Hatteras Island (Dare County) and Ocracoke Island (Hyde County) in its 75 mile, 30,000 acre entirety. ''The Park'' as it is referred to locally, offers a wide variety of activities. From birding to boating; camping to cycling; fishing to folklore; and surfing to seashells with natural and historic attractions thrown in, this is the place to be!

Surfing or wind-boarding - both are popular sports with several good locations on the Outer Banks, including at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, and just north of the village of Buxton. Bring your own equipment, or rent or purchase locally.

Swimming - depending on your abilities, you may chose to swim on the Pamlico Sound side, or the Atlantic Ocean.

Trails/Hiking - several self-guided trails, averaging one mile each are available. Longer hikes can be taken along the dikes at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge and on the North Carolina Mountains-to-Sea Trail, which runs through the Seashore

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2017 May 27 2017 - - $725 - 1 Week
May 28 2017 Jun 17 2017 - - $1,095 - 1 Week
Jun 18 2017 Jul 11 2017 - - $1,795 - 1 Week
Jul 02 2017 Aug 12 2017 - - $1,895 - 1 Week
Aug 13 2017 Sep 09 2017 - - $1,095 - 1 Week
Sep 10 2017 Dec 23 2017 - - $795 - 1 Week
Dec 24 2017 Jan 06 2018 - - $1,095 - 1 Week
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