This house lived really well for our extended family. It is all on one level—well, the living room is two steps down—with the living room, dining room and kitchen in the center. There are two bedroom wings with two bedrooms each and a bathroom. Each wing has a “king” bedroom and a “queen” bedroom with a futon . One wing has a hall bathroom, the other has a “master” bath located in the “king” bedroom. All the bedrooms have older TV's but we didn't go to the Cape to watch TV so we never turned them on.
The property is shady with lots of trees. The Zen Garden was a great place to go sit and read during the daytime. We were able to park up to five cars (could have parked more) without making the property look like a 'frat' house. It is really nicely landscaped.
I knew nothing about Mashpee, having stayed further out on the Cape previously. The location in New Seabury was great. First, it was within walking distance of Popponessett beach. There isn't much beach parking so the beach doesn't get overly crowded. The house has plenty of beach towels and beach chairs so you don't have to lug those things from your home. It is also within walking distance of a cute village with a miniature golf course and cute shops.
We did take two days and take the ferry from Woods Hole to Martha's Vineyard and a whale watching cruise out of Barnstable Harbor. The rest of the time we just hung out and caught up with our far-flung family.
Groceries were available at the Stop and Shop at Mashpee Common. There was also a CVS there.
This is definitely a place we plan to return to our next time on the Cape.