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Old 01-11-2017, 03:27 PM
 
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Might have to get down there with the hound again this year. That was only her second time going to the beach and I thought she was going to swim to France going after her stick.
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Old 01-11-2017, 07:09 PM
 
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The street you provided is in N Topsail, but just barely so. It could also be considered the northernmost section of Surf City. The N Topsail section that has the bad rep for erosion is pretty much at the very north end of the island at New River Inlet where there are sandbags and very little beach at high tide.

The island is moving to the SW as are all the barrier islands along NC. Topsail was losing approximately 3' of beach per year at the north end and gaining roughly 11' at the south end.

Could be price that is keeping those rentals "open" or could be timing of your viewing them and maybe they had just recently opened the calendar (usually January 1st) for rentals. If you want "beach" the best bet is to look down in Topsail Beach. There is plenty of beach at high tide at our beach access year round.
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