This home, set on over an acre at the end of a quietly marked long sandy drive and adjacent to conservation land, provides the rare combination of great privacy and water view at a price that often provides neither. Although there are a couple of houses on separate lots nearby they are well screened by trees and the only buildings truly in the view are across the water. At night, when not kayaking by moonlight out our backdoor, we counted only three lights -- other than a million stars. By day we looked out on a scene that seems unchanged in 200 years out of a landscape painters dream... complete with resident Great Blue Heron fishing in the marsh. Our children discovered wild blueberries, wild raspberries, rose hips, and beach plums. It was a delight to walk along the tidal river to the ultra picturesque Pamet Harbor alive with fishing and pleasure boats. The home, from outside, hugs the landscape more than its neighbors (a good thing) but inside is light and airy with great living space and kitchen. It absorbed our resident family of four -- plus visiting families that often brought our number number to eight. The owners are delightful as is their housekeeper who we were able to engage a few times during our month in paradise. The hammock in the pines overlooking the view got a first class work out as did the outdoor shower. And the deck often made us forget that there was in fact an indoor dining area that had no trouble with ten people enjoying lobsters for grandmothers birthday. Speaking of the lobsters Mac's Seafood, just at the end of the road, has the most amazing fresh local fish-- we gave the grill a run for its money-- and they will steam and crack the lobster for you timed to your dinner. As the map will tell you, tucked away though it is, it is convenient (read within minutes) of everything from a bonafide french bakery, a creditable vineyard, a pitch perfect restaurant (yay Blackfish!) and sunset sails on the Bay Lady out of Ptown. Suffice it to say we have asked how soon we can hold dates for next year.