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Oak Island, NC 28465

3 BEDROOMS •  3.5 BATHS • 2,081 SQ FT

Water views of the Davis Canal, the Intracoastal Waterway, & even the Atlantic Ocean! 


Stylish getaway

With stunning water views of the Davis Canal, the Intracoastal Waterway, and even the Atlantic Ocean off in the distance, the opportunity to live waterfront on deep water with a dock, boat slip with 10,000 lb lift, has arrived on the serene West End of gorgeous Oak Island.

This stylishly renovated getaway, vacay, or staycay offers the best of both worlds on the coast. Boater, beach lover, or both you are just steps away from having your boat in the water off your private dock and only 6 minutes away from the sandy beaches of Oak Island.

The lush landscape welcomes you home where the covered front deck or passenger lift takes you up to the first floor of this beauty.

Let's head inside

The bright and open foyer invites you in where sunshine streams in from the skylight above the stairs. The lovely hardwood floors guide you through the foyer past the bar area open to the kitchen into the living and dining room, where the incredible views immediately captivate you and beckon you to visit the first floor back deck spanning the width of the home.

Head back inside

Head back inside off the porch into the spacious first floor bedroom where the views, hardwood floors and beautiful finishes continue. Like all three bedrooms in this home, this room has a private bath, shower and tub combination, as well as a walk in closet.

The Kitchen 

Before we make our way upstairs let's check out the clean and modern kitchen featuring custom cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, topped with granite countertops that compliment the stainless steel appliances, including refrigerator, flat top range/stove, built in microwave and dishwasher perfectly.

Owner's Suite and more

Upstairs the owner's suite and third bedroom await both with access to the second floor deck where the water views are even more impressive. Water as far as the eye can reach making the back porch a hard place to leave.