Falmouth House Rental Photos and Description
- 7 BR, 2 Full BA, 1 Half bath, Outdoor Shower Room, Sleeps 17
Only 100 yards to beautiful Bristol Beach which has a direct view of Martha's Vineyard makes this extra large beach house attractive to large families or groups. Sleep 17 people in this 1880 circa Dutch Colonial house with ample living space. The living room has two full size couches, two large chairs, a fireplace and a working 'Player' piano. Thru an archway is the TV den which has another 3 couches, rocking chair, bookcases and credenza filled with games. Cable TV, VCR and DVD player, Wireless Internet. The dining room has a large table, 10 chairs and more chairs ready for a large crowd. A front porch with parsons benches and a large 9 X 30 ' side porch all give way to a crowd spreading out or finding spots of comfort. 7 bedrooms -- 2 on floor 1 and 5 on floor 2. A hit with children is the bunk room with its own TV/VCR for movies. Front patio invites your company at the unbrella tables for meals games or just conversation.
Beaches just steps away. Best area for Falmouth Fourth of July fireworks and Falmouth Road Race. When people are stuck in traffic, you will be sitting on the patio enjoying your favorite beverage. Short drives to movies, golf, fishing, ferry's and Falmouth village. Short walk to evening sunsets, dining and Pubs.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About Jacqui Jurga
I purchased this house as a retreat for my family. It is a unique old beach house with comfort areas for any age group. I enjoy the groups that rent the house when my children, now grown, are unable to enjoy it as much as evreyone would like.
Jacqui Jurga purchased this house in 1983
Why Jacqui Jurga chose Falmouth
Very simply... I fell in love with this old house, its history and the location.
What makes this house unique
The unique benefit of this house is its size. Not many beachouses sleep 17 people in beds this close to the ocean beach, restaurants and one of the favorite pubs. Located on a quiet street, but not far from the village, ferry, beaches,fishing, harbor, bicycle path and Rt 28 for a tour of the whole Cape.