Waterfront Mystic River
Waterfront Mystic River Home. Relax with gorgeous sunsets and salt air breezes at our waterfront home with Mystic River and Sound views.
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath contemporary shoreline home. Walk to Mystic Village and YMCA with a small boat marina next door enhances a peaceful yet fun vacation.
Enjoy the adventure of Mystic, Connecticut's seaside city devoted to all things maritime. From the popular Mystic Seaport, a recreated 19th-century seafaring village, to the newly updated Mystic Aquarium, where you can mingle with beluga whales, seals and dolphins, there is something nautical at every turn.
The Colonial period buildings of Olde Mystick Village offer a few tasty seafood restaurants, historical atmosphere and a multitude of unique gift shops.
While most of Mystic's attractions have a marine theme, there are a couple of exceptions: landlubbers may want to check out the Mystic Art Association's galleries and studios, which showcase the work of local and regional artists. Or have a lunch at Mystic Pizza, the eatery made famous by the Julia Roberts movie of the same name.
From restaurants with plenty of crayons and kid's menus to hotels with puppet shows and bedtime story hours, everything about Mystic is geared toward children, making it a fun and educational family getaway.
And for adults, the nearby Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casino complexes are a sure bet for entertainment!
Private Residence with 2 levels
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2400 square feet, 223 square meters
King, Full, and 2x Twin
6 guests maximum
Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport (PVD / KPVD)
44 miles from the center of Mystic, CT.
Waterfront with Mystic River and Sound views.
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Places of Interest
- Mystic Seaport. Climb on a whaling ship, raise a ship's sails or simply meander around this extraordinary world of all things maritime, where there is a multitude of things to see and do.
- America's largest maritime museum, the complex comprises a recreated 19th-century seafaring village, exhibit galleries and a shipyard with the most extensive collection of boats in the U.S.
- Mystic Aquarium. Journey into the aquatic world at this combination tourist attraction and research facility, where every underwater creature is more amazing than the last.