Cape Cod Escape
Cape Cod Escape
Cross over the bridge and enter the peaceful, relaxing and beautiful land of Cape Cod!
Spend your vacation in an extremely comfortable, luxurious home in East Orleans. Very private and serene location, close to Nauset Beach. The home is located in East Orleans which is next to Chatham and midway between Hyannis and Provincetown.
Home is surrounded by many rhododendrons, hydrangeas and perennials. End of short street faces Mill Pond and dunes and the blue ocean beyond.
Fully implemented granite kitchen opens up onto deck where you can enjoy the day or perhaps eat your lobsters. Private outside shower off of the deck.
All amenities one would expect in a very nice home. Family room with fireplace, living room with player piano and huge TV/game room. Wireless internet access. There are 4 bedrooms and a separate area with a pull out queen couch. Spacious.
Garage holds beach chairs, beach toys, & umbrella.
Every season has it's charm. Whether you choose the crisp, new beginnings of spring, watching the shore birds return or the wonderful long days of summer fun on the beach, digging clams, eating lobster, watching Cape League baseball, dining in great restaurants or choose the still warm autumn with its subtle changes or experience a New England Thanksgiving during the peaceful,serene time.
The home is located one mile from the Nauset Beach parking lot, however it is a pleasant short stroll to the outer beach where the sand dunes and clam beds wait.
Orleans has wonderful restaurants, Cape League Baseball, live theatre, golf courses, many art galleries, craft fairs, quaint shops, the bike path and many things to do. Cape Cod at its best.
Launch a kayak, canoe or boat there as well and traverse out to the Atlantic through Nauset inlet. Share this passage with lobster boats.
Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are a ferry ride away.
There is room for 10 people.
Private Residence with 3 levels
4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2500 square feet, 233 square meters
King, Queen, 2x Twin, and 2x Twin
10 guests maximum
Hyannis, Boston, Providence
30 minutes by car from Hyannis, 1 1/2 hour from BOS or PVD
Very private, spacious yard with blue hydrangeas, holly and rhododendrons. Walk to sand dunes and outer beach.
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Bay and ocean beaches
Places of Interest
- Nauset Beach
- Cape Cod Baseball League
Cape Cod Escape
Nice home centrally located in Cape Cod. Great location for day trips to areas of interest. Well stocked and comfortable.”
Always a pleasure!
Our go to place when staying on Cape Cod. The location can't be beat and Janet is always the most amazing hostess...beach toys, crafts, and toys for our little ones and everything you could possibly need can be found here. ”
Not enough words to describe the incredible time we had here. The house is lovely and wonderfully appointed. It suited our family to a tee and with 3 kids under 6, that's a tough feat. The house is stocked with beach chairs and umbrellas and there are toys for the kids. Janet was a marvelous host and I'm looking forward to returning next year!”
We had a wonderful first time visit to Cape Cod in early fall. While summer is probably the better time to visit this quaint seaside village, we found plenty to do and didn't have to fight the crowds. This home is centrally located on the cape making it easy to get around. The home was cozy and comfortable and we really had the feeling of being at home here. The homeowner Janet was welcoming and even left a plate of delicious home baked cookies and fresh flowers on the table for us. Thank you Janet. This home is plenty large enough to host two families with a completely finished basement providing separate living room, sleeping area and bathroom. The house is nestled on a quiet street and is completely surrounded by trees, giving you privacy and tranquility. We enjoyed sitting out on the deck in the early evening after our day of sightseeing and exploring on the cape. Would definitely recommend this property if you are planning a trip to Cape Cod.”