Voted one of the best lakes in New England by Boston Magazine in 2009, Long Pond is the largest lake in Cape Cod and is perfect for sailing, tubing, skiing, kayaking and canoeing. Your hardest decision will be whether to enjoy the gorgeous sunsets from the deck or from your own beach. You can take a swim off your private 50 ft. dock or throw in a fishing line just a few steps away from your back door.
Our beautiful home was recently renovated in 2010 and 2011. It has 5 bedrooms (3 King beds, 1 Queen, 2 Full, 1 Twin) which includes 2 Master suites w/ King Beds and 4 Full bathrooms, 2- 50” TV's, new gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and 5 burner pro stove. Enjoy a family clambake around the 9 foot farm table while you take in the lake view. Boat ramp and trailer parking on site
Our home also offers a game room featuring a pool table, foosball table, pinball machine and 50 inch TV with Xbox.
Outside you can enjoy expansive lake views from the deck and patio while grilling on the huge Weber Summit Grill and enjoying beverages at the outside granite bar. The house has two outdoor showers for cleaning up after you hit the beach.
This area is very family friendly yet private. You can walk to Pleasant Lake General store or get direct access to the Cape Cod Rail Trail for biking. If shopping is more your cup of tea the Wrentham Outlets and Cape Cod Factory Outlet Malls are within a 30 minute drive and Antique Shops are scattered throughout the area.
For the golfers, Cranberry Valley Golf Course is just a 10 minute drive away and was recently given 4 stars by Golf Digest.
Cape Cod Charm - All Year Long!: Although most people think that summer on Cape Cod is the best season, we love the Cape all year long. Each season offers its own special magic. Fall is beautiful with the changing color of the leaves, the warm bay and ocean water, cranberry fall festivals and craft shows, the always available seafood, warm days and cool nights. Springtime on the Cape is when everything comes alive - the budding trees, the flowers, the calm sea and lots of pre-season specials. Winter is truly the quiet time on the Cape, but there is a special feel from Thanksgiving to Christmas in the small towns and villages. Shopping for holiday gifts, looking at the lights and long walks on the beach are some of the highlights. And summer - sun, swimming, bike riding on the rail trail, kayaking, mini golf, ice cream, barbecues, outdoor showers, walks along the shore and just hanging out - what more could you ask for?