Private beach, 180 degree ocean views, southeast facing living room,oceanside upper and lower decks, front patio. Elegant, romantic, newly renovated home, 4 bedrooms, 3 with ocean views, 3 full bathrooms, superb Chef's kitchen: Wolf 48 inch, 6 burner/grill, two ovens, maple countertops, wide pine floors. Legerstone fireplace in living room, oriental rugs. Eclectic art & antiques, interior stained glass windows, crows nest off private study with 32 inch cable TV, wi-fi, stone tiled bathrooms, laundry room. French door terraced bedroom with small fireplace. Master bedroom with private bath, japanese soaking tub, separate shower, ocean views. Your own private beach, outdoor shower, shaded lower deck, hammock, outdoor couch and chairs.
Swim, sail, paddle-board, kayak, row (Little Harbor Boat House adjacent to beach: rentals, lessons.) Bike rentals, historic tours, dining, theater & music within walking distance. Superb 5Corners Kitchen Restaurant, 10 minute walk. Nearby Salem, fine cuisine, museums, (Peabody Essex) Salem Witch house, art, shops. Boston by ferry or car. North Shore: famed antiques & beautiful beaches. Family friendly.
Marblehead, MA. Sailing capital of New England, truly gorgeous ocean and sheltered sailing, boats with captains for hire, whale watching up the coast, Wednesday night races, paddle boarding, fishing, kayaking, picnicking, island exploring, five or six small beaches open to locals, larger Devereaux Beach facing Boston has mild surfing, boggie boarding, swimming.
Historic graveyards,(1600's) museums, sites, ponds, scale model sail boat races, everything within walking or biking distances, safe, friendly, easy.
Nearby: Downtown Salem can be reached by boat, car, or bike. Filled with restaurants, art, things to do and see, of course Witches, and folklore, Peabody Essex Museum. Further north lie Rockport and Gloucester both artist communities with Classical Music Concerts, Poetry Festivals, Art Festivals, Crafts, fairs, horseback riding and yes, more beaches, glorious miles long beaches, private estates, some open to the public, amazing fish restaurants, and more.