|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
August and September weeks still available - check the calendar.
Classic, secluded waterfront home down private road in prestigious North Chatham. Overlooks Pleasant Bay and surrounding intertidal salt marsh. Short walk to a private, sandy beach; check the tides while viewing Strong Island and North Beach. Watch the birds, ducks, and geese over the salt marsh from the patio or the occasional deer and fox from the picture windows. Separate, fully equipped kitchen for entertaining. Sleeps 10: 1 king, 1 queen, 1 full, 4 twins, 2 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, plus shower for apres beach. Family room and den. Recreation room with ping pong table. Washer/Dryer. Air conditioning. Wireless internet.
Guest Reviews and Comments - see About John Burlin (below)
16 years Rental History - 10 years on Homeaway.
Two separate, private, moorings for your motor and sail boats, one for up to 16 feet, new larger mooring for up to 24 feet - local permits required, which I can facilitate. Bring your kayak. Close to scenic bike route, too.
Pre-Season 2015 Rates - $2800/week
Summer 2015 Rates - $3600/week
September 2015 Rates = $1600/week
Terms: 50% of rate plus cleaning fee and security deposit upon receipt of lease agreement. Remaining 50% due one month before arrival.
We do not allow pets or smoking. Linens not included. No fires allowed in fireplaces or on beach.
Classic Cape Codder : The house is a two story classic Cape Codder, with family room and two car garage addition, on 3/4 acre of land, mostly lawn. This house sits on a private, secluded, lovely, unique location, 100 yards from a private beach, accessible by private road, only. The house, encompassed by the large yard, has easy parking for up to 5-6 cars. On the north and east is a picturesque New England intertidal salt marsh, west and south, trees, in full regalia by June. Occasional deer and fox trape past; waterfowl, geese, ducks, and a myriad of birds are usual visitors.
The Private Beach: The sandy beach, on Pleasant Bay, is noticeable in many of the pictures on my site at homeaway.com. Pleasant Bay, as you know, is well known in North Chatham and Orleans, and the Cape at large, as well as regionally. The water is shallow even at high tide, and perfect for children, who would be looking for shells and splashing around. One foot deep at 20 feet out, two feet deep at 30 feet out, etc. There are some sections with small rocks, shells, and crustaceans at lower tides, accommodating children’s curiosity. Many guests go home with a sampling of these treasures. If you have children or teenagers and don’t really appreciate the crowds at the town beaches, then this is perfect for you. You can watch the boats come and go, or bring your own.
The Accommodations: Accommodations are for ten, in five bedrooms: one king in the master bedroom downstairs, one queen in the guest bedroom downstairs, one full in the den downstairs, with two twins in each of two rooms upstairs, convenient for kids or teenagers. Full bath adjacent to the king and queen rooms, full bath upstairs. Linens not included. The full bath upstairs includes tub AND shower, brand new this in 2012, for our new and returning guests. Half bath off foyer/laundry room area, new washing machine and adjacent additional shower. Shower for après beach (don’t need to drag the beach sand in). Ping pong table for family fun.
Fully equipped kitchen for entertaining with equipment for just about any culinary perspective or cuisine, and service for 12, for medium sized parties. Special lobster cooking and service included. Brand new Weber charcoal grill and patio furniture seating for eight for twilight barbeques, as well as family and dining room, with views of Pleasant Bay. A new stove and a new mobile dishwasher were just installed recently.
Enjoyed the visit, did some kayaking, used the beach, and took some day excursions around the Cape.
CT, Richmond, RI
Swim, soak, or nap in Cape Cod sunshine on a secluded private beach on Pleasant Bay. The children will collect shells and check out the shellfish, crustaceans, and marine life, next to a shallow creek. View the array of birds and wildlife in their natural setting in the surrounding property and salt marsh. Watch the boats and sailboats go by, or bring your own - two moorings - one for up to 16 footers, and one for up to 24 footers. As well, go kayaking or go biking - barely a half mile from the Scenic Bike Route.
Stay by the water, or go into Chatham, a couple of miles away, for shopping, summer festivities, and dining. Visit the Chatham Fish Pier to watch the boats come in and watch the seals gather. Be sure to catch Chatham Light, day or night, and the Breaks, old and new, from multiple vantage points. Explore the National Seashore on out of town excursions, and go seal and whale watching.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 27 2015 - Aug 28 2015
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
Aug 29 2015 - Oct 1 2016
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$50|
$185 Mandatory cleaning fee, $50 Damage Waiver
If leasing in same year as lease, terms are 50% with cleaning fee and damage waiver (security deposit) upon signature of lease, and remaining 50% due one month before arrival.
For those planning ahead and leasing for the next year, I offer a 33%/33%/34% three payment arrangement, for your convenience, with an intermediate payment between first and final.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.