PHOTO GALLERY

Photos of the Clarke Cottage which at the height of the summer season rents for just $795 per week plus tax, and ranges from $600 – $695 per week during the Spring and Fall. Pro-rated Partial Weeks in the Fall and Spring with a minimum 3-night rental. See additional rates under 2018 Rates and Reservations. . .

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Clarke Cottage Southern Exposure
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Enclosed porch with 10 windows

 

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Living Room
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Living room w/east window
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Living Room Fireplace

 

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Master Bedroom – Queen

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North bedroom
North Bedroom
Kitchen
Kitchen
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Kitchen
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Dining Area Looking Onto Porch
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Dining Area, Bar, and Kitchen
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Bathroom w/shower
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Hallway
Back area of enclosed porch
Wraparound Enclosed Porch
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Westside of Cottage with Hot/Cold Outdoor Shower

 

Hammock in the thick live oak grove

Love the live oaks canopy at our cottage, where you can seek a respite from the sun during the summer or from the northeast winds in Fall and Winter. . .

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Live oak
Porpoise Run Access to Beach – Distance from Clarke Cottage
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View from Porpoise Run Beach Access
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Sunrise at Porpoise Run Beach Access
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Marisa and friend Karen circa 1958 stayed all summer while her father Robert Knowlton wrote the novel “Courts of Crows”, set at the Outer Banks
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Cottage of George & Clara Clarke, Circa 1958
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“Perky” Falconer in Foreground Plays with Friend, with Clarke Cottage to the Right           Circa 1956

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