My only hesitation writing about this house is that I don't want it to be booked when I want to visit again!
The house is perfect for a lot of people--there were 6 or 7 of us at various times, and we never got in each other's way. Easily we could've had 3 more people. The rooms were spotless, big, comfortable, with closets I'm jealous of and really comfy beds. I slept like a log. If you like to sit and relax, this is the place. Most of our time was spent sitting and gazing at the boats, kayakers, geese, and the greenery beyond. Truly, it's incredibly beautiful.
The roof over the huge porch made it possible for us to sit outside even when it rained. It was gorgeous in the sun, rain, tons of rain, mist, fog, everything.
The basketball court, tennis courts, and jungle gym right next door made for easy access to exercise and some needed movement after relaxing. Our group was aged 19 through 69 and at one point or another, we all used the facilities. However, obviously, if you don't like to hear a basketball bouncing, or kids laughing on a swing, beware. Personally, I loved seeing/hearing other happy vacationers.
The only semi-negative I can come up with is the one shower, but even when there were 7 of us in the house we didn't have much of a problem.
Back to the house. Sigh. I wanted to move in, but that's another story. The kitchen was fully equipped, large, inviting. The neighborhood pretty. An easy drive to the Lobster Trap (we went 3 times!) and the Dunbar Tea Shop (we went there 3 times also!). We loved Sandwich, and the various ice cream shops, and the big Stop & Shop. Provincetown was a nice drive away. We meant to go to Martha's Vineyard, but who wants to leave that house and that view!
Once more thing: the owners could not have been nicer, more available, etc.
YES, go to this house...but please, not the same week I want to go!