Yarmouth Port Townhome Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 4
This charming, restored 1940's home is centrally located at the Yarmouthport/Barnstable border. It features 1940's and earlier decor, old-fashioned kitchenware, cappuccino maker, and a dishwasher. It is situated on 2 acres of huge lawn, gardens and woods; Spread out with plenty of outdoor furniture, hammocks and a grill.
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Dogs love this place and so do their owners.
Inquiries: For further information check Website. It has additional photos and maps showing location and nearby beaches.
Pet friendly: Cape Cod is a pet friendly place with beaches and parks and outdoor eating places where dogs are allowed.
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thank you for allowing us to rent from you. We had a wonderful time-just loved your home.
Take care and I hope to be back again. Warm regards, Darleen
About Five Trees
After many years of visiting Cape Cod, in 2002, Suzy Kline bought a lovely property in Yarmouth Port, Mass., a charming historic town on Cape Cod.
It had everything Suzy wanted, a mix of town and country, with a comfortable home and lots of land. The property also had two rentals perfect for people who wanted to rent a home for a vacation or weekend getaway.
This lovely property is sufficiently set back from the road to afford privacy and peace & quiet from any automobile traffic. The Townhouses are surrounded by a huge lawn with beautiful trees, including a huge Sycamore Tree with five trunks, for which Suzy named her new home. At the rear is a lovely acre of forest leading to the old Cape Cod Rail line.
In addition to the main house and rental, there are two additional buildings: A cute barn (which she converted to a studio for her art and craft projects), and a lovely private cottage toward the back with it's own amenities.
Suzy restored the buildings to their original 1940's feel, and indulged in one of her passions, gardening, putting in new flower beds and amending old ones.
While still running a real estate business in New York City, she created a peaceful oasis in one of the most beautiful locations in the country, if not the world. With all of this Suzy strives to make your visit to Five Trees pleasant and memorable.