- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Air Conditioning
- Clothes Dryer
- Coffee Maker
- Communal Pool
- Deck / Patio
- Dishes & Utensils
- DVD Player
- Fire Extinguisher
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided
- Living Room
- Outdoor Lighting
- Satellite / Cable
- Smoke Detectors
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
About this PropertyThe Beachside community is located centrally on the Isle of Palms but away from the traffic of Palm Boulevard. Our visitors savor the privacy within Beachside as well as our community pool and tennis facilities. This neighborhood is right beside the county park, which is the only lifeguarded section of the beach on the island - ideal for children! Sand Dune Lane is an oceanfront road and they are the closest units to the beach on the island - you very don't get any closer!! The main level is a very open floor plan including the living room, dining room, and newly refreshed kitchen. You are looking out at the sea from nearly every spot in this home! This pretty, 2,000 sq ft home includes a alluring screened-in porch with very charming wicker furnishings, wood floors all over, an upper outdoor space including unbelievable sea vistas, a thoroughly-supplied kitchen, washer and dryer, gas grille, wireless internet, and an outdoor beach shower.There is also a hammock underneath the home to relax in the shade and adore some light reading! There are 5 Cable TVs all through - 1 in the Living Room and in all 4 bedrooms! There are 3 DVD players. Absolutely no smoking and no dogs and cats allowed.
When you rent this unit it also includes a $250 credit to order beach gear!! There are many options including bicycles, beach chairs, umbrellas, kayaks, paddleboards, etc.! Our partnered company, VayK Gear, will contact you 45 days prior to your arrival so you can place your order and they will deliver all equipment to your rental home. Just another added additional for renting through Carroll Realty to enhance your holiday experience.
Bed Layout is as follows:
Oceanfront Master Bedroom with King Bed, TV, and Private Bath.
Bedroom #2 with Queen bed, TV, and Private Bath.
Queen Sleeper Couch in Living Room.
Bedroom #3 with 2 Single Beds and TV.
Oceanfront Bedroom #4 with Queen Bed, TV, and direct access to the open outdoor space!
Bedrooms #3 and 4 share a jack & jill style bathroom.
ALL BED LINENS, KITCHEN TOWELS, AND BATH TOWEL SETS ARE PROVIDED!
No need to anxiety over renting or having to bring your own!
You will only need to bring or plan to rent beach towels, chairs, bicycles, umbrellas, etc. Also included is a "starter set" of toiletries such as toilet paper, bath & dish soaps, paper towels, etc. but please do keep in mind you will most likely need to buy these items after your initial arrival.
You will find your family wants to come back year after year after this holiday experience - and as we always like to say about our "island bliss"...."if you're lucky enough to be on the island, you're lucky enough!"
Tips to Save Money on your Rental
- Find the tourism bureau where you want to travel. Many tourism bureaus offer guides with deals for lodging, dining and attractions. These guides provide an excellent start to your vacation rental search.
- Are your vacation dates changeable? Shoulder seasons offer amazing prices.
- Active Duty and veterans of the U.S. Military may be qualified for discount rates. Make sure to check with property owner to see if your visiting group qualifies for a reduced price.
- Some vacation rentals are practically designed to serve particular clients, whether it's oceanside homes with weekly pier passes, city-center condos with nearby access to shopping or waterfront homes that have private jetski launching areas. You'll receive the best value from a rental which most closely satisfies your ideal trip setting, even if it costs a little more.
- Management companies and individual rental owners frequently offer customers the option to buy trip insurance. Trip insurance, which usually will cost you somewhere between 1% - 5% of the basic stay price, offers vacationers reimbursement of their rental expenses for any days missed a result of health related emergencies or weather, in addition to ensuing additional hurricane evacuation costs or expenses, such as an unexpected hotel room stay or extra gasoline. Trip insurance might just be a bank account-saver if the unforseen happens .
How to Book a Rental Home
Many people are shocked to discover the number of rental properties can be found in Charleston area. With such a big selection, renters are certain to locate a property that fits their wishes and budget.
The majority of rentals in Charleston area are privately owned and many are represented by well-known local rental management companies. Property management companies are liked by rental owners mainly because they coordinate the online marketing and operations..
Seasoned Charleston area vacationers have discovered a number of tips and tricks throughout the years when it comes to renting rental homes, however most novices will be happy to learn that many of these "techniques" are in plain sight, if you recognize where they should look.
How to find and reserve the right rental property:
Before you start to book "You can't get any closer to the Ocean when you stay in this Beautiful, Oceanfront Family Beach Home!", read through our short list of considerations.
Start Your Search Early
Charleston area rentals start booking very early. To find the best selection, begin your planning and search Six-Twelve months before a trip. Holiday reunions can be a popular time for groups to plan their Summer holiday escapes..
Select a Community and Date
Begin by deciding which specific area of Charleston area you want to explore, and the choose travel dates.
Decide on a Size
Keep a list of attendees. How many beds and bedrooms will you need? Try to remember that a lot of vacation rentals advertise maximum guest capacity, which oftentimes includes sofa beds in the family room. You'll need to determine what is acceptable for your family. Generally rental home listings will describe each one of the unit's specific bedrooms and mattress sizes.
Determine Your Budget
Many rentals are marketed with a cost range. Determine the cost for your selected stay. It could be at the high end of the range. Make sure to get cost-sharing commitments from friends and family prior to reserving a pricey vacation property. Usually, one person in the group will be liable for making the complete reservation and getting each family member's contribution.
Create a list of "Wishes" and "Needs"
What home features is the family trying to find? Is a pool mandatory?Are you looking for a rental home with patio kitchen? Would you like to be far from the crowds, or close to a city setting? Are linens included with the rental agreement, or do you need to bring your own? Create a list of priority amenities to guide narrow your search.
Accessibility and Special Things to consider
Do certain members of your crew have specific needs? Make sure you remember and ask about wheelchair entry, pool lifts and specialized equipment requirements..
Don't forget to include your best friend! Pet guidelines are different at each rental. Study descriptions thoroughly. Read your contract very carefully! Additional fees or deposits may be applied to your contract. Ask questions *well before* you reserve!
Searching the Internet
As soon as the location, travel dates and family members are decided, search multiple resources to find the best rental selection. Besides Homeaway, VRBO and Tripadvisor, we recommend searching Google for "Charleston area local rental homes" for local rental home management companies. Besides offering exclusive properties, local agencies provide exceptional service..
Re-read the description to make sure the property has everything required. If something is missing, the home management company may know of similar properties that fit your style and budget..
Although not true for all rental properties, many property owners and property managers will make a deal on rates. If they are hesitant to budge on a peak-season week, try getting an extra night. Off-peak weeks are likely to be negotiable more often than peak-season..
Read the Agreement
Read through the full agreement and be sure you are aware who is liable for:
- Utility bills
- Telephone service
- Hot Tub Heating
- Cable and pay-per-view TV
- Cleaning services and housekeeping
- Trash collection
- Maintenance (get a phone number)
- Key exchange
- Parking requirements
Ensure that your quoted fee includes all state taxes and fees.
Cancellation policies are different with each property. You'll likely be offered trip insurance. Trip insurance, which generally costs anywhere between 1% - 5% of the base rental home price, provides travellers with reimbursement of their vacation costs (and subsequent rental home costs) for any days missed due to personal hospital emergencies or weather, as well as hurricane evacuation expenses, such as a unanticipated motel stay or additional gas.
Complete the Booking
Once you feel you've identified "the one", begin the booking process. Bear in mind that most rental agreements will require a substantial rental down payment and/or security deposit to protect the home owner.
Where to Get Help
Don't forget to get the property manager's contact telephone number and entry/exit procedures for your rental. We suggest storing the contact's details in your cell phone and wallet.
Congratulations on booking your vacation rental! You're on the way to a fantastic vacation!
During your Stay
- To assure no damages are linked to your stay, make a record of any trouble spots of the property. We also recommend promptly phoning the rental home manager with a report of any damages, together with your request for any fixes.
- If you have any ambiguity about parking, policies of the house, property access, pool functions, etc... we suggest you ask the rental home manager promptly. A quick phone call prevents many headaches.
- Please remember to respect your neighbors. Residents probably live within earshot. Remember the golden rule and treat others the same way you'd like to be treated by visitors next to your primary residence.
- Ask a local. Locals may point you in the right direction.
- Be sure to protect the property owner (and your stuff!) by keeping the rental locked up when you are away, just like you would in your own home.
At the end of your stay
- Make sure that you've packed everything. Check drawers, bath cupboards and cabinets.
- Make a point to walk through the rental home one last time and look for property damage. We suggest walking through with the rental manager wherever possible (this isn't always the case).. If the property owner is not available, make certain to take photos of the property to record its condition.
- Did you have a blast? Most property management companies and rental home sites permit travellers to offer comments. If the rental home and/or property manager was top-notch, they'll appreciate your praise. If anything went wrong, we recommend being understanding but sincere about your stay. Top property owners and managers will try very hard to rectify the problem.
Use Your Experience
How did they like the vacation rental? If everything was fantastic, next year's trip planning will be quick. Maybe the rental property was not ideal, and you will better understand how to perfect your search next time.