Drive past the Audubon birding sanctuary and down a secluded lane to one of the most exclusive areas on North Padre Island. For $2400/month, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home is one of only 20 on the Packery Channel. With only one level this house is the perfect getaway for gardeners, birders or fishermen. Pull up into the driveway with plenty of parking for RV’s, boats or cars and enter the treed courtyard that leads to the front door. Just inside the hallway to the left is a guest bedroom complete with king bed and full bath. Beyond that is the main living room featuring a spacious area to kick back and socialize. The 55” flat screen TV and sound system is great for movie nights and everyone can lounge on the large, comfy couches.
The dining room with seating for eight adjoins the living area and the open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including electric stove/oven, side by side refrigerator and dishwasher.
Feel like drinks after dinner? Chill a bottle of Chardonnay in the nearby wine fridge, then enjoy a glass or two on the back patio and watch the boats go by.
Down the hallway you pass a guest bedroom with two twin bunk beds and full bath and then at the end of the hall is the master bedroom. This light filled space has a king-size bed, en suite bathroom and private access to the courtyard.
The sprawling backyard provides a panoramic view of the channel and a haven for relaxation. Beyond the channel you can see the dunes and hear the surf as you drink your morning coffee. The channel’s direct access to the Gulf of Mexico makes fishing off the dock an angler’s delight for both children and experienced fishermen. Also includes lighted fishing dock and boat slip.
You’re just a 6 minute drive to the beach for swimming, surfing or a sunset campfire. Tired of the beach it’s only 5 minutes to the water slides and pools of Schlitterbahn waterpark. Drive north past Mustang Island State Park for 17 miles and enjoy dining at Port Aransas and watch the ships come in. Drive south 10 miles to Padre Island National Seashore and view the turtle hatchlings. Either way you are in the middle of all that island living has to offer.