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– How to Get there?

Ans: Nearest Airport to Outerbanks is Norfok International Aiport . It is about 2.5 hours drive to the house. If you are flying into Norfolk, be sure to rent a 4×4 vehicle which will help you to get to the home.

– What is unique about 4×4 area?

Ans:  4×4 area has wide beaches, dense maritime forests and marshy sounside. This is 11 mile stretch of sand north of Corolla and southe of Virginia border. A four wheel drive vehicle is required to explore this beach community, as there are no paved roads. It is an experience like no other. Once you are staying at our 4×4 beach property, you will drive on the beach and behind the dunes to access your vacation home. You will have an opportunity to observe the Corolla wild horses right in your backyard. This is just an Amazing experience

– Are passes required to drive or park on the 4×4 beaches?

Ans: Currituck County requires 4×4 parking permits to park on the beach beginning the last Saturday in April to the first Saturday in October. You do not need a pass to drive on the beach or park at the home.

How do I purchase parking pass for parking on 4×4 beaches?

Ans:  Limited amount of passes are available for purchase online at https://currituckcountync.ticketspice.com/currituckbeachparking. The current cost of weekly pass is $50. You will have to pick up your pass in person after purchase.

 – Suggestions for driving on 4×4 beaches?

Ans: a. We strongly recommend 4×4 or AWD vehicles with at least 7.5 inches of ground clearance.

b. Bring a tire pressure gauge. Reduced tired pressure is critical to driving on the beach. Currituck County ordinance states that tire pressure cannot exceed 20 psi when traveling on the 4×4 beaches for vehicles weighing less than three-quarters of a ton, which is most vehicles. For vehicles weighing between three-quarters of a ton and one-ton, tire pressure cannot exceed 30 psi. Violators could receive a citation and a $50.00 fine. We strongly encourage your tire pressure to be 18-20 psi.

c. Lower your tire pressure, prior to traveling to the North Beach Access ramp to the 4×4 beaches. No vehicle of any type may park or unload at the North Beach Access at any time. Complimentary air hoses are available in the parking lot of the Twiddy Corolla office for guests staying in the 4×4 area to re-inflate their tires.This office is next to Historic Corolla Park.

d. Check the tide prior to arrival; low tide is ideal for beach driving: Outer Banks Tide Chart.

e. Arrive before dark, as the beach is more difficult to navigate at night.

f. The speed limit is 35 mph unless posted otherwise (15 mph when within 300 feet of pedestrians or wild horses).

g. Avoid driving through the surf and seafoam – salt water is extremely corrosive. Drive either on the hard-packed sand near the edge of the water or on the soft sand just east of the dune line. Leave the middle of the beach for parked vehicles and beach-goers.

h. All parked vehicles should be in the middle of the beach (east of the dune line and west of the hard-packed sand near the water’s edge). Do not block the flow of traffic with chairs, coolers, fishing lines, or any other items. Always be alert for moving vehicles when walking across the hard-packed sand.

i. There is no parking for the first approximately 1.5 miles of the beach. Look for the sign to mark where parking begins. Violators will be towed.

j. Drivers must be at least 16 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.

k. Currituck County does not allow street legal UTV/side-by-side vehicles except by ATV permits, which are only available to Currituck County residents and property owners. North Carolina allows street legal UTV/side-by-side vehicles on roadways, however, the 4×4 beach is not a roadway, but a Public Vehicular Area controlled by Currituck County.

l. Currituck County does not allow personal motorized watercraft on the ocean. Jet skis and personal motorboats are allowed on the Currituck Sound. The closest boat ramp is located at the Whalehead Club in Corolla.

– Best time to travel on the 4×4 beaches? Ans: Low tide is the easiest time to travel, travel during day time. Check the weather and tide. You may have to wait if there is high tide or bad weather. During night be laert to changing beach conditions, people, horses or other animal, debris and tree stamps.

Where can I rent a 4×4 vehicle?

Ans:https://www.outerbanksjeeprentals.com/

https://islandcruisersinc.com/

https://www.enterprise.com/en/home.html

 – Packing list?

Ans: https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/packing-list/

– Travel Information

Ans: https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/travel-information/

– What does the Outer Banks offer in terms of entertainment?

Ans:  Live music and karaoke can be found frequently around town at the local bars & restaurants.

Below are links to some of our favorite spots depending on which town you’re staying in and what you’re in the mood for: Corolla Nightlife Duck Nightlife Kill Devil Hills Nightlife Kitty Hawk Nightlife Southern Shores Nightlife Nags Head Nightlife

Are bed and bath linens provided?

Ans: Yes, bed and bath linens are provided for this home!

The following bed and bath linens are included for stays of at least 7 nights: Sheets for all beds and any advertised sleeper sofas or trundle beds 2 kitchen towels A bath mat for each full bathroom. 1 bath towel, 1 wash cloth and 1 hand towel for each person based on the sleeping capacity of the home Additional linens can be provided if requested and paid for prior to arrival.

How many guest can accommodate?

Ans: Mark Twain has 18 bedrooms. 13 king beds, 3 queen beds and 2 duo bunk set. We recommend using this property for guests between 36-40 to sleep comfortably.

 – How many cars can park?

Ans: Parking lot good for 12 vehicles on site. We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

– Pets allowed?

Ans: Only Dogs no cats

What type of vehicles are allowed

Ans: Property is only accessible by All wheel drive vehicles. It is very common to not have several guests in the party who do not have 4×4 vehicles. We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

– How about those vehicles which are not AWD?

Ans: We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

Provide 3 parking spots

Ans: a. at the beach, required to reduce tire pressure by approximately 10-15pounds,

b. parking off site 2.5 miles from the beach house

c. 4×4 vehicles at the beach house

 Minimum Stay

Ans: 7 days minimum mostly required. We do have some flexibility in offseason. Please inquire.

– Does the Pool open everyday or seasonal?

Ans: Pool is open from Memorial day to Labor day, we can open pool by request with $750 for a week fees. This is weather dependent. If it is really cool outside, the pool heaters will not be able to heat the pool and we do not want to take your money if it can’t be heated. If you need pool for ambience purposes only, please inquire. We have to check with our Pool and Spa team if they are able to open the pool. This will still cost $300.

– Bedrooms Arrangement

Ans: Level 1- 12 Bedrooms – 4 Masters with King beds, 5 King beds, 2 duo bunk set and 1 queen bed near bar and laundry area

Level 3- 6 Master Bedrooms with sitting area

 – How many bathrooms?

Ans: Consists of 15 full baths and 2 half baths

– Events Allowed?

Ans: Yes, but with a certain fees of $2000

– Is the Kitchen Fully Stocked?

Ans: Yes, The kitchen is fully stocked with all dinnerware, silverware, pots and pans, and server ware.

Basic appliances, such as a coffee maker, blender, toaster, and can opener are provided. *IMPORTANT: Paper products, soap products, trash bags, spices, etc. (including toilet paper and dish soap) are not provided. Guests are responsible for purchasing or bringing these items.

– What are the type of rooms?

Ans: Defining the Types of Rooms :

Great Room -A room with living and dining areas that are open to the kitchen.

Game Room or Rec Room – An entertainment room that may include amenities such as a foosball, ping pong or a pool table.

Media Room- A separate room with large-screen TV, multiple speakers and seating for multiple viewers.

Theatre Room – A self-contained room with a door, sloped floor or tiered seating, and a projection or flat-screen TV with approximately 60″ or larger screen.

Private Den -A den that can be closed to provide privacy.

Master Bedroom -A bedroom with a private full bathroom.

Semi-Private Bath – A bathroom that has two entries; one from a bedroom and one from a hall or another room.

Shared Bath – A bathroom that is situated between two bedrooms and accessible by both.

Hall Bath – A bathroom that is only accessible from the hallway.

Cabana Bath – A bathroom that has two entries; one from the pool area and one from inside the home.

Half Bath – A bathroom that has no bathtub or shower.

Guest House -A small house or cottage separate from, but adjacent to, a main house, used for lodging guests.

– How to Get there?

Ans: Nearest Airport to Outerbanks is Norfok International Aiport . It is about 2.5 hours drive to the house. If you are flying into Norfolk, be sure to rent a 4×4 vehicle which will help you to get to the home.

What is unique about 4×4 area?

Ans:  4×4 area has wide beaches, dense maritime forests and marshy sounside. This is 11 mile stretch of sand north of Corolla and southe of Virginia border. A four wheel drive vehicle is required to explore this beach community, as there are no paved roads. It is an experience like no other. Once you are staying at our 4×4 beach property, you will drive on the beach and behind the dunes to access your vacation home. You will have an opportunity to observe the Corolla wild horses right in your backyard. This is just an Amazing experience

– Are passes required to drive or park on the 4×4 beaches?

Ans: Currituck County requires 4×4 parking permits to park on the beach beginning the last Saturday in April to the first Saturday in October. You do not need a pass to drive on the beach or park at the home.

How do I purchase parking pass for parking on 4×4 beaches?

Ans:  Limited amount of passes are available for purchase online at https://currituckcountync.ticketspice.com/currituckbeachparking. The current cost of weekly pass is $50. You will have to pick up your pass in person after purchase.

Suggestions for driving on 4×4 beaches?

Ans: a. We strongly recommend 4×4 or AWD vehicles with at least 7.5 inches of ground clearance.

b. Bring a tire pressure gauge. Reduced tired pressure is critical to driving on the beach. Currituck County ordinance states that tire pressure cannot exceed 20 psi when traveling on the 4×4 beaches for vehicles weighing less than three-quarters of a ton, which is most vehicles. For vehicles weighing between three-quarters of a ton and one-ton, tire pressure cannot exceed 30 psi. Violators could receive a citation and a $50.00 fine. We strongly encourage your tire pressure to be 18-20 psi.

c. Lower your tire pressure, prior to traveling to the North Beach Access ramp to the 4×4 beaches. No vehicle of any type may park or unload at the North Beach Access at any time. Complimentary air hoses are available in the parking lot of the Twiddy Corolla office for guests staying in the 4×4 area to re-inflate their tires.This office is next to Historic Corolla Park.

d. Check the tide prior to arrival; low tide is ideal for beach driving: Outer Banks Tide Chart.

e. Arrive before dark, as the beach is more difficult to navigate at night.

f. The speed limit is 35 mph unless posted otherwise (15 mph when within 300 feet of pedestrians or wild horses).

g. Avoid driving through the surf and seafoam – salt water is extremely corrosive. Drive either on the hard-packed sand near the edge of the water or on the soft sand just east of the dune line. Leave the middle of the beach for parked vehicles and beach-goers.

h. All parked vehicles should be in the middle of the beach (east of the dune line and west of the hard-packed sand near the water’s edge). Do not block the flow of traffic with chairs, coolers, fishing lines, or any other items. Always be alert for moving vehicles when walking across the hard-packed sand.

i. There is no parking for the first approximately 1.5 miles of the beach. Look for the sign to mark where parking begins. Violators will be towed.

j. Drivers must be at least 16 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.

k. Currituck County does not allow street legal UTV/side-by-side vehicles except by ATV permits, which are only available to Currituck County residents and property owners. North Carolina allows street legal UTV/side-by-side vehicles on roadways, however, the 4×4 beach is not a roadway, but a Public Vehicular Area controlled by Currituck County.

l. Currituck County does not allow personal motorized watercraft on the ocean. Jet skis and personal motorboats are allowed on the Currituck Sound. The closest boat ramp is located at the Whalehead Club in Corolla.

– Best time to travel on the 4×4 beaches? Ans: Low tide is the easiest time to travel, travel during day time. Check the weather and tide. You may have to wait if there is high tide or bad weather. During night be laert to changing beach conditions, people, horses or other animal, debris and tree stamps.

Where can I rent a 4×4 vehicle?

Ans:https://www.outerbanksjeeprentals.com/

https://islandcruisersinc.com/

https://www.enterprise.com/en/home.html

 – Packing list?

Ans: https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/packing-list/

– Travel Information

Ans: https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/travel-information/

– What does the Outer Banks offer in terms of entertainment?

Ans:  Live music and karaoke can be found frequently around town at the local bars & restaurants.

Below are links to some of our favorite spots depending on which town you’re staying in and what you’re in the mood for: Corolla Nightlife Duck Nightlife Kill Devil Hills Nightlife Kitty Hawk Nightlife Southern Shores Nightlife Nags Head Nightlife

 Are bed and bath linens provided?

Ans: Yes, bed and bath linens are provided for this home!

The following bed and bath linens are included for stays of at least 7 nights: Sheets for all beds and any advertised sleeper sofas or trundle beds 2 kitchen towels A bath mat for each full bathroom. 1 bath towel, 1 wash cloth and 1 hand towel for each person based on the sleeping capacity of the home Additional linens can be provided if requested and paid for prior to arrival.

– How many guest can accommodate?

 Ans: The Hemingway has 14 bedrooms and we recommend using this property for guests around 28 to sleep comfortably.

– How many cars can park?

Ans: Parking lot good for 8 vehicles on site. We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

– Pets allowed?

Ans: Only Dogs no cats

What type of vehicles are allowed

Ans: Property is only accessible by All wheel drive vehicles. It is very common to not have several guests in the party who do not have 4×4 vehicles. We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

– How about those vehicles which are not AWD?

Ans: We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

Provide 3 parking spots

Ans: a. at the beach, required to reduce tire pressure by approximately 10-15pounds,

b. parking off site 2.5 miles from the beach house

c. 4×4 vehicles at the beach house

Minimum Stay

Ans: 7 days minimum mostly required. We do have some flexibility in offseason. Please inquire.

– Does the Pool open everyday or seasonal?

 Ans: Pool is open from Memorial day to Labor day, we can open pool by request with $750 for a week fees. This is weather dependent. If it is really cool outside, the pool heaters will not be able to heat the pool and we do not want to take your money if it can’t be heated. If you need pool for ambience purposes only, please inquire. We have to check with our Pool and Spa team if they are able to open the pool. This will still cost $300.
 

– Bedrooms Arrangement

Ans: Level 1- 6 Bedrooms with full baths, Full bath; rec room with surround sound system, small kitchenette, pool table, foosball and wet bar; cabana half bath; decks; pool house with bar stools.

Level 2- 4 Master Bedrooms with half baths and covered porches, large kitchen; great room; dining area; half bath; decks and covered porches. Large kitchen; great room; dining area; half bath; decks and covered porches.

Level 3- 4 Master Bedrooms with decks, Second family room with wet bar; captain’s lookout with library; ocean-to-sound views; decks.

How many bathrooms?

Ans: Consists of 15 full baths and 2 half baths near the laundry area

– Events Allowed?

Ans: Yes but with a certain fees of $2000

 – Is the Kitchen Fully Stocked?

Ans: Yes, The kitchen is fully stocked with all dinnerware, silverware, pots and pans, and server ware.

Basic appliances, such as a coffee maker, blender, toaster, and can opener are provided. *IMPORTANT: Paper products, soap products, trash bags, spices, etc. (including toilet paper and dish soap) are not provided. Guests are responsible for purchasing or bringing these items.

– What are the type of rooms?

Ans: Defining the Types of Rooms :

Great Room -A room with living and dining areas that are open to the kitchen.

Game Room or Rec Room – An entertainment room that may include amenities such as a foosball, ping pong or a pool table.

Media Room- A separate room with large-screen TV, multiple speakers and seating for multiple viewers.

Theatre Room – A self-contained room with a door, sloped floor or tiered seating, and a projection or flat-screen TV with approximately 60″ or larger screen.

Private Den -A den that can be closed to provide privacy. Master Bedroom -A bedroom with a private full bathroom.

Semi-Private Bath – A bathroom that has two entries; one from a bedroom and one from a hall or another room.

Shared Bath – A bathroom that is situated between two bedrooms and accessible by both.

Hall Bath – A bathroom that is only accessible from the hallway.

Cabana Bath – A bathroom that has two entries; one from the pool area and one from inside the home.

Half Bath – A bathroom that has no bathtub or shower.

Guest House -A small house or cottage separate from, but adjacent to, a main house, used for lodging guests.

 

 

 

– How to Get there?

Ans: Nearest Airport to Outerbanks is Norfok International Aiport . It is about 2.5 hours drive to the house. If you are flying into Norfolk, be sure to rent a 4×4 vehicle which will help you to get to the home.

What is unique about 4×4 area?

Ans:  4×4 area has wide beaches, dense maritime forests and marshy sounside. This is 11 mile stretch of sand north of Corolla and southe of Virginia border. A four wheel drive vehicle is required to explore this beach community, as there are no paved roads. It is an experience like no other. Once you are staying at our 4×4 beach property, you will drive on the beach and behind the dunes to access your vacation home. You will have an opportunity to observe the Corolla wild horses right in your backyard. This is just an Amazing experience

– Are passes required to drive or park on the 4×4 beaches?

Ans: Currituck County requires 4×4 parking permits to park on the beach beginning the last Saturday in April to the first Saturday in October. You do not need a pass to drive on the beach or park at the home.

How do I purchase parking pass for parking on 4×4 beaches?

Ans:  Limited amount of passes are available for purchase online at https://currituckcountync.ticketspice.com/currituckbeachparking. The current cost of weekly pass is $50. You will have to pick up your pass in person after purchase.

Suggestions for driving on 4×4 beaches?

Ans: a. We strongly recommend 4×4 or AWD vehicles with at least 7.5 inches of ground clearance.

b. Bring a tire pressure gauge. Reduced tired pressure is critical to driving on the beach. Currituck County ordinance states that tire pressure cannot exceed 20 psi when traveling on the 4×4 beaches for vehicles weighing less than three-quarters of a ton, which is most vehicles. For vehicles weighing between three-quarters of a ton and one-ton, tire pressure cannot exceed 30 psi. Violators could receive a citation and a $50.00 fine. We strongly encourage your tire pressure to be 18-20 psi.

c. Lower your tire pressure, prior to traveling to the North Beach Access ramp to the 4×4 beaches. No vehicle of any type may park or unload at the North Beach Access at any time. Complimentary air hoses are available in the parking lot of the Twiddy Corolla office for guests staying in the 4×4 area to re-inflate their tires.This office is next to Historic Corolla Park.

d. Check the tide prior to arrival; low tide is ideal for beach driving: Outer Banks Tide Chart.

e. Arrive before dark, as the beach is more difficult to navigate at night.

f. The speed limit is 35 mph unless posted otherwise (15 mph when within 300 feet of pedestrians or wild horses).

g. Avoid driving through the surf and seafoam – salt water is extremely corrosive. Drive either on the hard-packed sand near the edge of the water or on the soft sand just east of the dune line. Leave the middle of the beach for parked vehicles and beach-goers.

h. All parked vehicles should be in the middle of the beach (east of the dune line and west of the hard-packed sand near the water’s edge). Do not block the flow of traffic with chairs, coolers, fishing lines, or any other items. Always be alert for moving vehicles when walking across the hard-packed sand.

i. There is no parking for the first approximately 1.5 miles of the beach. Look for the sign to mark where parking begins. Violators will be towed.

j. Drivers must be at least 16 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.

k. Currituck County does not allow street legal UTV/side-by-side vehicles except by ATV permits, which are only available to Currituck County residents and property owners. North Carolina allows street legal UTV/side-by-side vehicles on roadways, however, the 4×4 beach is not a roadway, but a Public Vehicular Area controlled by Currituck County.

l. Currituck County does not allow personal motorized watercraft on the ocean. Jet skis and personal motorboats are allowed on the Currituck Sound. The closest boat ramp is located at the Whalehead Club in Corolla.

– Best time to travel on the 4×4 beaches? Ans: Low tide is the easiest time to travel, travel during day time. Check the weather and tide. You may have to wait if there is high tide or bad weather. During night be laert to changing beach conditions, people, horses or other animal, debris and tree stamps.

Where can I rent a 4×4 vehicle?

Ans:https://www.outerbanksjeeprentals.com/

https://islandcruisersinc.com/

https://www.enterprise.com/en/home.html

 – Packing list?

Ans: https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/packing-list/

– Travel Information

Ans: https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/travel-information/

– What does the Outer Banks offer in terms of entertainment?

Ans:  Live music and karaoke can be found frequently around town at the local bars & restaurants.

Below are links to some of our favorite spots depending on which town you’re staying in and what you’re in the mood for: Corolla Nightlife Duck Nightlife Kill Devil Hills Nightlife Kitty Hawk Nightlife Southern Shores Nightlife Nags Head Nightlife

Are bed and bath linens provided?

Ans: Yes, bed and bath linens are provided for this home!

The following bed and bath linens are included for stays of at least 7 nights: Sheets for all beds and any advertised sleeper sofas or trundle beds 2 kitchen towels A bath mat for each full bathroom. 1 bath towel, 1 wash cloth and 1 hand towel for each person based on the sleeping capacity of the home Additional linens can be provided if requested and paid for prior to arrival.

– How many guest can accommodate?

 Ans: The Hemingway has 14 bedrooms and we recommend using this property for guests around 28 to sleep comfortably.

– How many cars can park?

Ans: Parking lot good for 10 vehicles on site. We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

– Pets allowed?

Ans: Only Dogs no cats

What type of vehicles are allowed

Ans: Property is only accessible by All wheel drive vehicles. It is very common to not have several guests in the party who do not have 4×4 vehicles. We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

– How about those vehicles which are not AWD?

Ans: We offer additional parking for guests who do not have 4×4 about 8 miles away from the property near Historic Corolla Park. The drive is about 23 minutes. The GPS coordinates are 36.377918, -75.831948.

Provide 3 parking spots

Ans: a. at the beach, required to reduce tire pressure by approximately 10-15pounds,

b. parking off site 2.5 miles from the beach house

c. 4×4 vehicles at the beach house

Minimum Stay

Ans: 7 days minimum mostly required. We do have some flexibility in offseason. Please inquire.

– Does the Pool open everyday or seasonal?

 Ans: Pool is open from Memorial day to Labor day, we can open pool by request with $750 for a week fees. This is weather dependent. If it is really cool outside, the pool heaters will not be able to heat the pool and we do not want to take your money if it can’t be heated. If you need pool for ambience purposes only, please inquire. We have to check with our Pool and Spa team if they are able to open the pool. This will still cost $300.
 

– Bedrooms Arrangement

Ans:  11 King sized beds, 2 Queen sized beds, 1 Double bed

Level 1- 5 Bedrooms with shared baths

Level 2 – 8 Family Rooms with laundry area

Level 3- 1 Master bedroom with bathtub

How many bathrooms?

Ans: Consists of 9 full baths and 2 half baths near the laundry area

– Events Allowed?

Ans: Yes but with a certain fees of $2000

– Is the Kitchen Fully Stocked?

Ans: Yes, The kitchen is fully stocked with all dinnerware, silverware, pots and pans, and server ware.

Basic appliances, such as a coffee maker, blender, toaster, and can opener are provided. *IMPORTANT: Paper products, soap products, trash bags, spices, etc. (including toilet paper and dish soap) are not provided. Guests are responsible for purchasing or bringing these items.

– What are the type of rooms?

Ans: Defining the Types of Rooms : Great Room -A room with living and dining areas that are open to the kitchen.

Game Room or Rec Room – An entertainment room that may include amenities such as a foosball, ping pong or a pool table.

Media Room- A separate room with large-screen TV, multiple speakers and seating for multiple viewers.

Theatre Room – A self-contained room with a door, sloped floor or tiered seating, and a projection or flat-screen TV with approximately 60″ or larger screen.

Private Den -A den that can be closed to provide privacy.

Master Bedroom -A bedroom with a private full bathroom.

Semi-Private Bath – A bathroom that has two entries; one from a bedroom and one from a hall or another room.

Shared Bath – A bathroom that is situated between two bedrooms and accessible by both.

Hall Bath – A bathroom that is only accessible from the hallway.

Cabana Bath – A bathroom that has two entries; one from the pool area and one from inside the home. Half

Bath – A bathroom that has no bathtub or shower.

Guest House -A small house or cottage separate from, but adjacent to, a main house, used for lodging guests.