Large open living, dining, and kitchen offer a welcoming and comfortable area for family and friends. This pet-friendly, centrally located vacation home provides excellent views of the waterfront and harbor frontage with private dockage on Silver Lake Harbor. Located among the old Live Oak trees between historic Howard Street and Irvin Garrish Highway. The many trees offer a filtered veil of privacy.
This property includes a small yard and private boat dock across the street on Silver Lake Harbor.
4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths: Primary Bedroom with King and private bath, 2 with Queen and shared bath with shower. Second-floor cupola bedroom with Bunk Bed.
Central air conditioning/heat, complimentary wireless internet access, six cable TVs, including a 55 inch TV, and additional TVs in every bedroom and the kitchen. The kitchen offers a dishwasher, microwave, wet bar, and convection oven. Washer/dryer and utility sink. No Fireplace.
Sheets and towels are provided. Beds are made for your arrival, with the exception of the top bunk.
Ample first-floor decking and a second-floor rooftop deck offer views of Silver Lake Harbor. A rear deck overlooks Howard Street. Outdoor shower and charcoal grill.
Private boat dockage conveniently located across the street on Silver Lake Harbor. Limit of 2 boats.
No Smoking. Pet Friendly - Dogs Only.. Limit of 2 dogs. Limit of 2 vehicles.
Military Discount Available. Discount can only be applied at the time of booking.
Short Stays are available; there is a three-night minimum, and these stays can be booked within two weeks of arrival.
First Floor: Open living area with TV, dining, kitchen with TV, and den. Primary bedroom with King bed, TV, and bath with tub/shower. Two bedrooms with Queen, TVs, and shared bath with a shower stall. Laundry with washer/dryer located off the rear bedroom.
Second Floor: Cupola style bedroom with Bunk bed and TV.
Stayed November 2023
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Beth/Mike from Mooresville , NC
What a view!
What a neat house, and what a great location and view! Yes, it needs a little love, but it has so much charm and character...some of which comes from it being an older "island house." It was very clean, and a tight little house, even with some of the gusty winds we experienced. Neat kitchen...older fridge, but the stove was fairly new, and it had a great ice machine! And the windows all across the front with the harbor view, and Howard's Street behind it just made it even better. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay! "
Ceecie from Zebulon , NC
Great place to take a break. I worked one, rested one all week long"
Reilly from Pittsburgh, Pa.
We had a wonderful time on the island. Creekside had a few things that we had to have fixed, replaced, cleaned, but OIR attended to them immediately. The location of this house is key. We walked everywhere in the Down Creek village. Crossed the street for a drink at the Jolly Roger everyday. Being on the opposite side of the island for the beach was no issue since we had a SUV to pull right up onto the beach. You have to drive to the beach from anywhere on the island anyway and it only takes minutes. We rented a boat for the week, so the fact that this house had it's own dock made boating, fishing, crabbing very convenient. We were very happy with this house. Great experience. Thank you Creekside and thank you OIR."
Jeff from Cincinnati
We loved the house! Old Okracoke charm among the live oaks and red cedar in one of the last residencies not turned into commercial property on the harbor. My dad first brought us to Okracoke in the late 60's to camp and I've come back to the Outer Banks dozens of times since to camp or rent. This was our first time renting a house on Okracoke. The kids loved being able to walk out to get something to eat, I loved not having to get in the car when we needed more milk. I don't know how I missed it all these years, but the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust nature trail out to Springers Point was the highlight. Other highlights, other then the incredible surf on the island (east coast, west coast - it is the best!) included bird watching with the NPS ranger; the NPS junior ranger program; meeting the Banker ponies; watching squalls roll into the harbor from our porch; playing guitar on the upper deck and watching my youngest fall in love with the ocean like my dad watched his youngest. Thanks!"