Provincetown Townhome Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms(2 queen, 1 king), 2 full bathrooms, sleeps 6
Moors Edge, Unit B, at the Village at the Moors, is one of two attached, two-level town homes that we own at the Village at the Moors. It is located in the deep West End of Provincetown at the intersection of Bradford Street Extension and Provincelands Rd. and has fabulous views of the Moors, Herring Cove dunes and Cape Cod Bay, on the edge of the National Seashore. There is central air-conditioning and central vacuum. Granite counter-tops and stainless steel appliances accent a lovely open kitchen/dining/living room. The master bedroom and bath are also located on the second floor. This 'upside down' floor plan has cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors and a large second-floor deck facing south and west for wonderful sunsets. On the first floor, there are two spacious and light bedrooms and a full bath. There is a basement space with washer and dryer. Two designated parking spaces come with the unit. Wireless is available.
Coming for the Norman Mailer Society Convention, the Provincetown Film Festival, Fourth of July Week, Bear Week, Family Week, Carnival or any other summer week? Want to be out of the madness but close to it? This is your place! What about a week in September, the most beautiful month on the Cape! How about Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years? A getaway weekend during the winter?
Rent Unit B and Unit A together to accommodate 12 people.For more pics of the place and the area, please see our website www.moorsedge.com.
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Ned Bradford
Ned Bradford is the Director of the Academic Enrichment Center at Curry College and Itzik Kamhine teaches math at the MA College of Pharmacy, Simmons College and College and Curry College. We purchased this property because of its unique location and use it ourselves when it is not rented. We live in Boston and make sure that our guests receive the highest level of accommodations. We love the deep West End of Provincetown and think that it provides the perfect balance of access to town, and access to the National Seashore, bike trails and beaches.
Ned Bradford purchased this townhome in 2004
Why Ned Bradford chose Provincetown
Our home is located at the end of the Cape, only several hundred yards from the end of Route 6. The views are spectacular, the setting is breathtaking, varied and unique, and the accommodations are modern, spotless, comfortable and stylish.
What makes this townhome unique
We love the three large and comfortable bedrooms, the cathedral ceilings in 2nd floor great room, the cozy living/dining room, the original art, the granite and stainless kitchen and the spacious west facing deck. You will too.