Here is a super new home for sale in Carolina Beach. Its about 5 blocks from the ocean. You can alw walk to the Lake, and downtown. 1511 Searay Lane offes everything you want in a modern beach home, including affordability.



For more information contact Coastwalk Real Estate. We can help you find a home 910-458-9119 Here are more details on the specs and building materials used: Design and Luxury Features Exterior • 26 G Galvalum Metal Roof • Low maintenance vinyl siding • Single Hung, double pane, Low E vinyl windows (impact glass used on 3rd floor) • Fiberglass exterior doors with rot free jams (impact glass inserts used on 3rd floor) • Painted rails and posts on all porches • Sodded and irrigated front, rear and side yards • Environmentally friendly driveway design • Monolithic slab on ground floor • Enclosed storage room on ground floor • Each home also utilizes the Zip System for exterior wall sheathing ZIP WALL SYSTEM High energy prices, growing awareness of building performance and environmental sustainability, and changes in building codes have led to the development of new products and building practices. ZIP System® wall is designed specifically to address the growing need for home performance, comfort and energy efficiency, and is the optimal solution for structural sheathing, moisture management and superior air barrier performance, all in one. The ZIP System features a best-in-class 30-year system warranty and 30-year panel warranty* REDUCES AIR LEAKAGE Air leakage into or out of a home is a leading cause of poor energy efficiency because it disrupts the existing air temperature, which is typically conditioned by expensive heating or cooling equipment. Unlike traditional sealing methods involving housewrap, ZIP System wall sheathing offers a much better solution to this age-old building challenge. PROTECTS R-VALUE Air leakage also reduces the R-Value of a building's insulation. High R-Value means greater resistance to heat flowing through the wall cavity. Air leakage degrades the ability of insulation to resist heat flow. An efficient wall system creates a tight seal, allowing insulation to perform at its intended level. ZIP System wall sheathing seals the wall system and prevents air leakage from degrading R-value. ENERGY SAVINGS A tighter building envelope means less airflow into and out of the home. And since conditioned air is expensive air, homeowners can also take comfort in knowing that ZIP System sheathing will help save them money Interior • Engineered wide plank hand scraped hardwood floors in living, dining, kitchen and halls • Shaw Chalet style carpet with 6lb pad in all bedrooms • 7 ¼” tall mdf baseboards throughout • 1x4 mdf craftsman style door casings • Hollowcore Interior Doors with 3 styles to choose from • Smooth painted ceilings and walls. • Benjamin Moore paint • Tile bathroom floors and walls. • 4 recessed cans in the kitchen area • Phone jack and cable outlet in each bedroom and in main living area • Ceiling fans with light kits in all bedrooms and living room • Ceiling fans with light kits on covered porches • Smoke detectors installed in all bedrooms and living areas • Front and rear flood lights • Chrome finish plumbing fixtures in bathrooms • Vented closet shelving Kitchen • Granite Countertops • Single Bowl Stainless Steel sink • Frigidaire Stainless Steel appliances • Tile backsplash • Shaker style cabinetry (knobs not included)  Energy Saving Features • Goodman 13 Seer Heat pumps • 50 Gallon Hot water heater • R15 insulation in walls, R 30 in ceilings and R 19 in floors (between heated and non heated space) • Water saver, elongated toilets • Zip system wall sheathing (see above)