Ivy Lodge is one of the few duplexes on the island located in the heart of historic Sconset. Our cottage features antique pine floors, seven foot beamed ceilings and a charming covered porch overlooking a lovely garden and brick patio. There are two sides to this home which is a great layout for a family.
Ivy North's first floor has a comfortable living room with wood burning fireplace, kitchen with dining area, full bath, master bedroom with 1/2 bath & fireplace. Second floor has two bedrooms - one with twin beds, the other a single twin.
Ivy South's first floor has a cozy living room with fireplace, full kitchen, master bedroom and bath, bedroom with crib and washer/dryer unit. Second floor bedroom has twin beds.
**Two sets of stairs lead to the second floor which has a pitched ceiling.
Keywords: beach, summer, cottage, charming, historic, duplex
We had a great relaxing week at the Ivy Lodge. Sconset is lovely and we enjoyed our stay. Thank you so much for renting us your house!
Siasconset is known for its rose covered cottages and postcard perfect charm. Travelers who are looking for the quintessential Cape Cod vacation - look no further! Our rental cottage offers privacy, convenience and is ideal for a family vacation. The quiet narrow streets make Sconset especially children friendly.
Located 30 miles from the mainland - the island is easy to get to by boat or air. This is a place you go to relax -- when you want to get away from it all, but still enjoy great restaurants, shopping and sight seeing.
Ivy Lodge is conveniently located eight miles outside of Nantucket town in the historic center of 'Sconset. Our property is 150 yards from the beach (*lifeguard on site) and just a short walk to the village square where you will find a post office, tennis courts, liquor store, grocery market, two casual restaurants (one of which packs picnic lunches to go) and two fine dining establishments. During the peak season (June thru September), a bus service picks up and drops off from the rotary **two blocks away from the cottage. It's an easy way to get into town or visit many of the island beaches for those who do not want to rent a car. Biking enthusiasts have two routes to choose from which run from Sconset to Nantucket town. Both the Polpis and Milestone bike paths are separated from the roadway to provide a convenient and safe way to explore the entire island.
Take a stroll or cycle up to Sankaty lighthouse. It is one of the three lighthouses on island and is located less than a mile north from the Ivy's. Built in 1850 - Sankaty has a distinctive red band around the middle of its' tower and was the first lighthouse in Massachusetts to receive a Fresnel Lens, which can be seen at the Whaling Museum in town.
There is a reason why artists and photographers return every year to photograph and paint this unique, most Eastern town in Massachusetts. Come see for yourself!