Nantucket Town House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Bunk Area, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 5)
The Reuben Swain House is a private home on a quiet street in town, one block off of Upper Main Street, in the heart of the historic district. This house is perfect for vacationing couples or a family. A short walk down historic Main Street to restaurants, shops, and historic sites; a short bike ride to nearby beaches. The recently renovated historic home features old-world charm and modern amenities, and is beautifully decorated with period antiques, comfortable modern furnishings, and local artwork. There is a large, private fenced-in yard with patio dining and grill, a mudroom with full-size washer/dryer, and off-street parking. House trained dogs are welcomed.
Front bedroom features Thomas Moser furniture, a queen bed, Sferra linens, and closet. Rear bedroom features vaulted ceiling with Pottery Barn furniture, two twin beds, Serena & Lily linens and closet. Bunk area features a twin bed with Pottery Barn linens and shelves. There is a full bathroom on the second floor and another full bathroom on the first floor.
The first floor consists of a foyer, living room, dining room, separate family room/den, mud/laundry room, and full bathroom. Access to the covered porch, patio and backyard.
There is Wi-Fi Internet access, an HD TV and DVD player, Radio/CD player, and desk. Beach chairs, towels, umbrella, tent, cooler, wagon and beach toys available, Also plenty of CDs, books, games and DVDs for adults and children, as well as toys and movies for young children.
Keywords: town, quiet, private, children, baby, dogs, yard, historic, crib, patio, parking
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
Marisa has rented our house every Memorial Day weekend for the past three years, and is cming back again this year. Marisa travels with her two dogs and loves being able to bring them with her and stay at our house which has a large, fenced-in yard for them.
I am the fifth generation of my family to own a vacation home in Nantucket. My mother's great-grandparents first visited the island in 1910 and my great-grandfather purchased a family summer house in 1924. I grew up coming to Nantucket in the summers, and am happy to be able to continue this legacy for my children. We enjoy sharing the house with others who love Nantucket as much as we do.
We purchased this house as a vacation home for our family because of its rich history, proximity to the center of town, large private yard and comfortable interior space. It is the perfect mix of privacy, convenience, historic charm and modern amenities.
Our house is located within walking distance to downtown shops and restaurants, historic sites, and the ferry docks. It is one block from the Madaket Bike Path and is a short bike ride to nearby beaches.