The photos currently displayed reflect the pre-renovation look. In the winter of 2013, this gorgeous beach house is undergoing a major interior design completed by one of Cape Cod’s top designers, Herbert Acevedo. The home is designed to be a restorative and comfotable beach retreat. It is not a beach party house. Guests are limited to no more than four. The house has everything from a full-service gourmet kitchen with both indoor and outdoor dining on the deck to beach kayaks and kites. Create spectacular life-long memories in this beautiful new beachfront home located in North Truro at Beach Point, one mile from Provincetown. The home has two bedrooms [1 king and 1 queen] plus upstairs loft-media room. Two full baths, washer/dryer, ample parking, large deck with retractable awning for outdoor dining overlooking Cape Cod Bay, gas grill. Home comes with full amenities. Great restaurants nearby , day and night activities, hiking areas with full view of Cape Cod Bay on one side and Pilgrim Lake on the other. Fishing, wind surfing, good seaside reading and relaxing. A home you will want to return to year after year. Book early to reserve your space. Deluxe towels and linens included. Everything and more waiting to welcome you.
Exploring the Lower Cape: Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham and Orleans comprise the Lower Cape. Among these 5 towns exists a wealth of art, music, theater, fine dining, lobster shacks, and quintessential old Cape Cod scenery. Explore the National Seashore on Art's Dune Tours, leaving out of Provincetown town center hourly. Take a bottle of wine, some cheese, and some crispy crackers and mosey out to Herring Cove to see the sunset...or, just watch it from your own beachfront cottage. Enjoy some theater in either Provincetown or Wellfleet. Eat the freshest of seafood at the Lobster Pot in P'town or at any number of other fine eateries in the area. Victor's Restaurant offers oysters, clams on the half shell, and jumbo shrimp for around $1 each during their daily happy hour from 3 to 5 pm. Walk the streets of Provincetown, Orleans, or Wellfleet and explore the quaint shops and alluring art galleries featuring local artists.
It's a wonderful life on the tip of the Cape...it deserves exploration.
Art Galleries: Friday nights in Provincetown are 'gallery nights' where every gallery is open, some featuring new artists, some featuring renowned artists, but all welcoming you to enjoy a gallery stroll. It is a lovely way to spend a Friday evening.
After the stroll, enjoy a fabulous martini at The Mews...they have more brands of vodka than should be legally allowed, and the ambiance is embracing. Or, the Watermark, just a little closer to town center right on Commercial Street, offers alfresco dining right on the street. Great for people watching.
The number of outstanding restaurants in the Lower Cape makes a vacation in this area a gastronomic delight.
The weather is cool in the evening and warm during the sunny days. On the Bay there is almost always a steady and cooling breeze. Is every day perfect??? Pretty much.
Golf and Tennis: You have had a yen to play one of Scotland's links courses, but have just not quite gotten around to it. Rest assured that the Highland Links course, surrounding the Cape Cod Lighthouse and situated on the bluffs overlooking the dark blue Atlantic, will transport you to a course as close to St. Andrews as you can get on the East Coast. It is a challenging and scenic course that you are sure to enjoy. In fact, you probably won't be able to play only one round. It is fun. Just call the pro shop in North Truro and set up a tee time.
The Provincetown Tennis Club welcomes day or week memberships. They have everything you might need to practice your lobs or get in on a doubles game with some new friends.