Bald Head Island, North Carolina
6 Sea Lavender Court - Spectacular Dune Ridge Views
Tucked into the dune ridge with direct dune ridge viewscape of the Atlantic Ocean, in this 3RD HOME you are surrounded by all the charm of the the island.
Boasting 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and hardwood floors throughout, the house environment can be described as relaxing and charming--designed for the active family. It is full of character, full of cheer, and just waiting for you to enjoy with friends and family.
Sea Lavender - Dune Ridge is a secluded property located on Bald Head Island in North Carolina. Bald Head Island is a barrier Island that is accessed only by personal boat or passenger ferry.
There are plenty of things to do on the island, including swimming, golf, spending time at the beach via several beach access points, hiking, taking nature courses and walks with nature conservancy professionals (visit sea turtle nests, alligator look outs, etc), kayaking, biking, and fishing. The island culture is laid back and relaxed, a perfect get away spot to unwind.
When you board the ferry for the 20-minute ride to Bald Head Island, you leave your car behind, along with the stress of the mainland world.
Transportation here is limited to golf carts, bikes, or your own two feet… resulting in a more relaxed, easy-going pace. Conveniently located only 4 blocks from the house is a full grocery store and shopping village.
Transportation from the Ferry Landing to the home can be arranged with the transportation department when you make your ferry reservation.
Stroll 14 miles of pristine beaches, try your luck on the acclaimed seaside golf course, or just kick back on the porch of a cottage overlooking the Atlantic. Whether oceanfront or tucked in the maritime forest, large enough for extended families or cozy enough for couples, our vacation home allows you to perfectly suit your getaway mood.
With beaches rimming its eastern, southern and western shores, the island's geography presents another remarkable phenomenon: the sun both rises and sets over the Atlantic Ocean each day.
With 10,000 of the island's 12,000 total acres set aside as nature preserves, choosing which environment to explore first can be a tough decision. Ocean beaches stretch for 14 miles, while a serpentine tidal creek, perfect for paddling a kayak or canoe, traverses the salt marsh. The maritime forest, with its miles of walking trails, beckons hikers with an enchanting mix of palms, live oaks, dogwoods and cedars.
All in all, Bald Head Island is a unique place. From its position as one of the top golf courses in North Carolina to its significance as a loggerhead turtle nesting ground, story ideas run the gamut.
7 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 3400 square feet
1 King, 1 Queen, 1 Queen, 1 Double, 2 Twin Single, 1 Double, and 1 Twin Single
15 guests maximum
- 40 inch plus tv
- Air conditioning
- Covered parking
- Dvd player
- Espresso machine
- Gated community
- High speed internet
- Ipod dock
- Laundry service
- Multiple tvs
- Satellite or cable
- Washer and dryer
- Wireless internet
Activities of Interest
- 18 hole golf course at Bald Head Island Club
- Multiple watersport vendors on island
- Big Head Island Marina: Three restaurants, ice cream, bars, coffee shop, multiple water sports vendors and activities.
Places of Interest
- Miles of beautiful beaches to walk, sit, fish, windsurf, sail, swim
- Bald Head Island Club (18 hole golf; 3 restaurants, pool, exercise facilities)
- Bald Head Island Conservancy (loggerhead turtle research) and on interior forest trail system (walking). Be sure to check out the nighttime turtle hatching walks in the summer.
- Bald Head Island Lighthouse: The oldest lighthouse still standing in North Carolina