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The Virginia Lee
|Address: 1003 N Atlantic Ave (Boardwalk), Ocean City MD 21842 [Map]
Email: Contact Form
Reservations: Reserve Your Room – Call!
Hours: Check In: 3:00 pm | Check Out: 10:00 am
Open: Seasonal – May thru October
Amenities: See below…
Dining Options: Nearby
Ocean City Cool Coupons: NO
Specials: Coupons | Gift Certificates
Pet Friendly: No
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About The Virginia Lee
The Virginia Lee is an ocean front property built in 1929 as a summer home for the Hanna family. Located on 10th street and the boardwalk, the Virginia Lee has remained within the family. The property now contains two rental apartments (a two bedroom and three bedroom). Each apartment has its own porch lined with rocking chairs overlooking the boardwalk and Atlantic ocean.
Each apartment has a full kitchen, central a/c, off street parking, and access to a large patio perfect for sunbathing or even that long desired crab feast. Additionally, there is an outside shower and changing room on the lower level for your added convenience. Specific details on each apartment as well as photos can be found via the additional page links.
The Virginia Lee Cool Coupons
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