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    Beach + Informality, Charm, and Privacy

    June 10, 2022

    Your family will love the location, informality, charm, and tranquility of this saltbox-style vacation home.
    FEATURING: A cheerful, bright interior of 1,300 square feet. Vaulted ceilings, with skylight and ceiling fan. Hardwood floors. Nautical decor, with old-style Hitchcock furniture. Fenced-in patio, offering secure play space for younger children, and sunbathing, picnics, and cookouts. A/C and heat in main rooms.
    FIRST FLOOR: Casual living room. Dining area, with round or expanded oval table, seating 4 to 6. Kitchen, with refrigerator, stove, microwave oven, dishwasher, toaster, drip coffee maker, dishes and utensils. Queen bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with stall shower.
    SECOND FLOOR: Twin bedroom. Bathroom with tub and shower. Den and upper deck.
    OTHER FEATURES: Outdoor furniture. Lounge chairs. Beach chairs. Picnic table. Charcoal grill. Large pot for boiling lobsters. Washer and dryer in basement. Wireless internet, Flat screen TVs with Flex streaming. . Stereo system. Clock radios. Blankets, bedspreads, and pillows. (Vacationers will provide their own linens, or rent them from an Outer Cape linen service for around $50 to $75 per week per person.)

    SANDY BEACH ON CAPE COD BAY: Four minute walk to the Lookout Bluff Property Owners Association's beach. From the stairway at the top of the 60 foot bluff, there is an awesome scenic view of the coastline from Wellfleet to Provincetown. Sunset views are dazzling. The beach is highly suitable for waterside walks, sunbathing, swimming, and fishing. Cape Cod Bay's water is warm from late spring into early fall. It is feasible to enjoy wading and clamming during low tide. Five minutes away by car, Head of Meadow is the nearest Cape Cod National Seashore beach on the Atlantic Ocean.

    Nearby activities include: Golf, tennis, biking, sport fishing, surf casting, boating, surfing, sailing, parasailing, windsurfing, kayaking, scuba diving, health club, dune tours, dolphin & whale watching, beach-combing, hiking, beaches and guided walks in national seashore, bird-watching, antiquing, Truro winery tour, lighthouse tour, museums, galleries, movies, concerts, live theaters, arts & crafts classes, and Puma playground for kids. Provincetown offers alluring shops,art galleries, fine restaurants, friendly bars, and lively nightlife.

    Two step front entry. Two first floor bedrooms. First floor bath with stall shower and "comfort height" toilet.

    [Note: Property is not equipped with any customized features for a handicapped person.]

    Light cleaning service is included. If needed, extra cleaning is charged to security deposit.. For any additional fees, State and local taxes of 14.45% will apply

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