The first and foremost link we want to provide is the link to the Sun Realty site for DuckAway and from which you can check the availability and rent the house.
We also own another house in Duck that is an oceanfront house. It is on Sea Tern Drive, which is in the Northern part of Duck Village. That house is named “Sea Notes” and we also have a web site for it at this link. Sea Notes is also rented through Sun Realty as house number 110-a, and this is the link to the Sun Realty site for DuckAway. This link takes you to the home page for the Sun Realty website.
The Town of Duck is a terrific place to vacation on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It is a small village with lots of good places to dine and shop, but still has the feel of a relaxing, small, quiet, ocean village. The town has a very good website that lets you know what is going on and you can link to it here. A copy of the Town of Duck Brochure for 2013 is available on this website. The town provides much for the vacationer to do (if you want to get away from sitting on the beach or around the pool for awhile). There is the new soundfront boardwalk and at the town center there are various venues for a variety of activities for kids through adults. Particularly check out the link on their website to “Visitors & Recreation” and Events. You can view their photos of events on their web site or by clicking on this link. And you can view the 2013 Fourth of July Parade video on their web site or by clicking on the video below:
Our two houses are on Poteskeet Drive and on Sea Tern Drive in Duck. Check out the links for more information about the Poteskeet Drive Neighborhood or about the Sea Tern Drive Neighborhood. (As this is written, these web sites are not yet fully functioning – check back in the future.)
Follow this link to get to the Outer Banks Voice which provides online daily news reports from around the Outer Banks along with a lot of current information about events and commercial activities. This link to the Outer Banks Free Press is another source of news and other information to the Outer Banks.
You can find a wealth of visitor information at the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, at theOuter Banks Chamber of Commerce, at the Currituck County Visitors Bureau, or at theCurrituck County Chamber of Commerce.
There are a number of Museums and other places to visit that are too numerous to list here, but links to them can be found on some of the sites above. However, I want to mention the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras because I have interacted with them after finding a piece of an old shipwreck on the beach in front of the oceanfront Sea Notes house after Hurricane Sandy. The story of that is posted elsewhere on the Sea Notes website.