|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
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This property is a beautifully finished one level home that has gone through a complete renovation and we continue to upgrade and improve to maintain a new fresh look. This property is less than 1 mile from South Cape Beach State Park and only roughly 20minutes from the Bourne Bridge.
This home has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, an eat in kitchen, as well as a living room. The entire interior and exterior have been renovated. Hardwood floors througout with tiled bathrooms. The kitchen features new stainless appliances, microwave, large refrigerator/freezer, gas stove, granite countertops and plenty of cups/plates/glasses/bowls/mugs/flatware and a Keurig coffee maker. This home is situated in a very desireable peaceful neighborhood with beautiful South Cape Beach within one mile as well as fantastic attractions.
Swim in the Nantucket Sound sheltered from the heavy Atlantic Ocean. Restaurants, grocery stores, movie theaters and large prime shopping area, the Mashpee Commoms, with over 100 stores only a short drive from the house.
Quashnet Valley Country Club (Public Course) 18 holes par 72 yards 6,601 Amenities: Driving range, rental clubs, lessons, wonderful restaurants nearby. Bring your trailed boat. There is a launching area just down the road.
Cape Cod is an arm-shaped peninsula located on the Easternmost portion of Massachusetts. The national Seashore stretches over 43,500 acres of dunes, ponds, woods and almost 40 miles of Atlantic shoreline. It is a well-traveled tourist and vacation area, natural attractions, historic sites, art galleries and many four star restaurants. The area is also very popular among antique enthusiasts and people who enjoy summer and off season activity . Many opportunities exist here for golf, bike trails, fishing and other outdoor activities. The town of Provincetown, at the very tip of the peninsula, is the site of the first landing of the Pilgrims. A must see, known for fine dinning and shopping on or off season.
Most of the shoreline between Head of the Meadow Beach in Truro and Race Point Light is open at various times between July 1 and November 15, subject to permitting and equipment requirements. The section between Long Nook Beach and Head of the Meadow Beach is open April 15 to November 15 for night fishing
Only 11 miles to Hyannis Ferry for a 1 hr. hi-speed ride to Vineyard Haven or Oak Buffs on Martha's Vineyard. The year-round population of the island is about 15,000. On any given day in summer, the population increases fivefold, to an estimated 75,000 with Oak Buffs Ginger Bread House village and their Entertainment Gazebo. Visit Edgartown, an old whaling port that is now a summer and tourist destination with a multitude of houses built by whaling captains and other prominent people of prior centuries. The home of the Chappy Ferry a 2-3 minute ride to Chappaquiddick Island.
The Nantucket Historic District, comprising all of Nantucket Island, was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 13, 1966. Nantucket is a tourist destination and summer colony. The population of the island soars from about 10,000 to 50,000. The island features one of the highest concentrations of pre-Civil War structures in the United States. The Nantucket ferry docks in the center of Nantucket. A short walk to experience the hustle and bustle of downtown by enjoying a meal at any one of the numerous fine dining establishments. Lose yourself in the art galleries along the wharf, stroll through the museums and historic sites or pick up some island treasures at any of the many boutiques and shops in town. Tour buses park feet from the ferry gangway. The city and country side tours begins immediately. You can see everything with a short walk of the ferry landing.
Cape Cod Fall Attractions
The best time to take advantage of the cooler golf weather and less crowded courses very seldom is T time necessary.
Of course, most of the seasonal shops in Provincetown are having their end-of-the year sales so it is a wonderful place to stroll around and do a little shopping
Also the Party fishing boats are going out for cod around then. Or charter boats for yellow fin tuna.
Amenities of mini-golf, t-shirt shops, and paddling on the creeks you should do fine.
If you enjoy live theatre, check out the schedule for Harwich Junior Theatre In West Harwich
The Whale watch tour is a must while visiting Provincetown.
Biking Trails and Hiking Trails
This is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. If you walk or ride the whole path, you'll pass through several diverse regions of Cape landscapes, from forests and bogs to wetlands and the beach. Really beautiful.
Cape Cod Winery is quite an experience. The wine is great and the staff is very friendly and welcoming.
. Provincetown Cool shops. Come and appreciate that it isn't commercialized at all, meaning no big chain stores. Just little quirky shops
Most of the shoreline between Head of the Meadow Beach in Truro and Race Point Light is open at various times between July 1 and November 15, subject to permitting and equipment requirements. The section between Long Nook Beach and Head of the Meadow Beach is open April 15 to November 15 for night
We are a couple with young children who loved going to the Cape as children and love bringing our children now. We love the location because of its proximity to the warm waters of South Cape beach as well as being close to the Bourne bridge.
We also love skiing as a family and list our Okemo mountain condo on Homeaway. Please check out listing 4431963 for mountain fun; skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, fall foliage watching etc! Thanks!
Tara & Marc Rollo purchased this house in 2012
This property has been completely renovated inside and out. It is in a wonderful location very close to South Cape Beach. It located in a safe and quiet neighborhood with lots of Cape Cod charm. It was restored and propertly updated with care and concern for detail with quality workmanship. It is a pride of ownership home that our family adores and we sincerely want you to enjoy it too!
There is an entrance to a free lesser known beach area on the Waquoit Bay side in our neighborhood. It is about a mile, and once you are there it is truly breathtaking...Set up a picnic with the kids, do water crafts, observe sea creatures and make some great memories!
This home was immaculate and very accommodating. The neighborhood is very quiet. The Rollos were very attentive to any questions we had. Mashpee Commons is nearby and we went there for coffee every morning. Grocery stores and lots of nice restaurants are at the Commons, too. We took our granddaughters to the Cape Cod Childrens Museum nearby and they loved it! A big thank you to the Rollos for sharing their lovely home!
Tara and Mark make sure that everything is perfect.
They have updated their property when it was already perfect. We have chosen this property more than once because it offers what we have at home including the NEST. They are worth what you spend and then some...
We spent 2 weeks at this property it met all expectations and more!
There was nothing we needed, the layout of the house was perfect and well suited for our family. Biking to So. Cape Beach back and forth was great, the neighborhood association offered alot as well. Very nice restaurants at Maspee Commons Bleu was a favorite, supermarkets close by and a great lauching point for the rest of the Cape and islands. We will be back to this property for sure. The owers were within reach if anything came up
and very easy to work with thru the entire process. We loved spending our Cape vacation here♡
Loved the kitchen and open floor plan, plus the home was very clean and came with all the little things (paper products, hand soap, pantry basics). The outdoor space was recently landscaped and was great for our 2 year old grandson. Neighborhood was quiet and private and beaches are within a mile. Our early June visit was great - beautiful weather for beach or walking. Loved the proximity to shopping and dining but we did a lot of cooking in the kitchen and outdoor grill. This was truly one of the nicest properties we've ever rented and we definitely will be back.
A wonderful home made better with the kindness of the hosts...
Lovely home, ample space, every convenience available. Exceptionally clean and well maintained. Appointed beyond rental grade and tastefully decorated. Also, within short distance to a lovely beach.
Mashpee Commons is 5 Miles
CVS/Pharmacy 8 Greene Street Mashpee, MA, Phone: 508-477-2384
Post Office 11 Market Street Mashpee , MA, 02649 508-477-6190
Mashpee Public Library 100 Nathan Ellis Highway 508-539-1435
UPS Store 22 Bates St Mashpee , MA, 02649 Phone: 508-477-9797
Bank of America ATM 15 Market St Mashpee, MA, 02649
Stop & Shop 10 Bates Road Mashpee, MA,Phone: 508-539-1800
Liberty Liquors 4 North St Mashpee, MA, Phone: 508-477-7788
Illusions Hair Salon 24 Steeple St Mashpee, MA, 508-477-0997
GAP 7 Market St Mashpee, MA, Phone: 508-477-6668
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
26 Dec 2016 - 2 Jun 2017
3 night minimum stay
3 Jun 2017 - 9 Sep 2017
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||A$77|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||A$390|
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