This house is stunning on the inside and really feels like a home, not a rental. The property is so tastefully decorated with the owner's artwork, furnishings, and lighting it made us want to spend just as much time in the home as we did out exploring Cape Cod or at the beach.
We were there with two families (4 children total). There are two queens upstairs that share a bathroom. The master bedroom has a door that opens into the bathroom. Another door opens from the bathroom into the hallway. Downstairs there is a room with 2 twins, the bathroom for that bedroom is down the hall and is for use by the whole house. Then there is a room with one queen that has its own bathroom.
The house has two living spaces. One small one off the kitchen and one larger one in the front of the house that shares the dinning space. I wish the dinning table (seats 8) had been a bit larger. We were tight once we had all of our food on table.
A few things to know:
- There is wi-fi, but the router isn't strong at all. Likely it is only for one floor (it is located in the basement). You will only get internet connection if you are in the main living room.
- Cell service is also pretty poor out there.
- While you are close to Nauset Beach, you are still quite a walk to the actual ocean to park your chair. You must walk to the end of the road, cut through a hedge then over a dune.
- The house is an open floor plan. If you have some that like to sleep late or prefer it quiet in your party, you might consider something else.
Owner's Response: I do love the house, and being an artist, I work hard to make it as aesthetically pleasing as possible. I fill it not only with my artwork, but also that of other artists, as well as interesting furniture, some of which is handmade, such as the dining table. I often use the metal table which is in front of the fireplace, and easily portable, to add to the end of the table when I have larger gatherings. But, in response to the comment about the table and wanting more serving space, I have put a card table in the hall closet. Likewise, I have had the router for the Wi-Fi moved from the basement to the first floor which has solved the signal problem. While the walk to the beach over the dunes is beautiful and is ever changing, if it is hot or I want a less energetic walk, I will walk using the roads and going through the Nauset Beach parking lot. If there is a lot to carry the drive of less than two blocks maybe worth it.
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