East Falmouth House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Architect-owned home on Menauhant Beach has unobstructed views of Vineyard Sound and Martha's Vineyard. This unique beachfront home is perfect for a luxury vacation! It has every amenity you can think of including 2 large decks with new furniture and new stainless steel gas grill, cathedral ceilings w/fans and skylights, laundry, outdoor hot shower, fireplace, and custom finishes and décor throughout -- high speed WiFi internet!. The gourmet kitchen was renovated in 2014 with new cabinetry, high-end appliances and granite countertops. Bathrooms are bright, beautiful and luxurious. Sun-drenched living areas and bedrooms all beautifully decorated. The master suite offers a private bath with 5’ soaker tub / separate shower and private deck with picturesque ocean view. The bright sun splashed interior is full of windows and sliding glass doors that offer water views from virtually every room.
Just steps from the beach. Relax with family and friends on the 30’ private deck that overlooks Bourne Pond (clamming on the weekends). 1/2 mile to Green Pond (boat access to Vineyard Sound), a short drive to terrific restaurants, quaint shops (downtown Falmouth and Mashpee Commons), ferries to Martha’s Vineyard, bike paths, golf clubs, nature areas & more.
Take a stroll on the beach, hop on the adjacent bike path to Woods Hole to experience a town rich in classic New England culture, or just relax in this luxury home with all its amenities for a true Cape Cod vacation. Catch a ferry to the neighboring islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. This area, so rich in beauty and history, will be a destination that you will want to return to year after year.
Keywords: oceanfront, beachfront, house
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
About The Owner
My father purchased the property in 1977 for an amazing $20,000. The lot was part of a larger parcel owned by the Butterworth family (they live in the house directly next door). The lot was divided up into three, one-acre parcels. I had just graduated from architectural school and was working in Washington DC when my father told me the exciting news. His first question was, 'When can we have the floor plans ready?”
With the excitement of my first full house commission, I immediately started on the design. The building form was inspired by the passing ships on Vineyard Sound and if you look at the front façade, you can see that the lines of the roofs mimic a two mast sailboat. In fact, after the house was completed, local boaters have told me that they use the house as a landmark to navigate.
My father and I were the general contractors. For three years, I commuted from Washington, DC almost every weekend to work on the house. We sub-contracted out the exterior shell, framing and finishes. For the interiors, we employed a retired carpenter who did a great job translating my sketches into reality. My father was an expert stone-mason (like most Italians). He learned the trade when he helped his father build a house back in the 1930s. You can see the results of his labor throughout the house.
There was a great sigh of relief upon completing the construction three years later. The design purposely provides waterviews from every room. The house is particularly interesting during the night when the weather is clear and the moon is full.