If one is just looking for a beach shack to knock around in for a couple of weeks, this truly is not the property to select. Just the price (including a new 13% Taxachusetts levy) should make that clear. This property does not come cheaply, but in the final analysis it is worth every penny. This is a beautiful and impeccably maintained house with over-the-top amenities. How about five kayaks, three paddleboards and various other seafaring contraptions, all in perfect shape? How about eight bicycles in the spotless garage? How about three beautifully appointed bedrooms, plus a very attractive loft? How about ample and lovely, but practical, furniture throughout the house? How about a kitchen that is so well laid out, organized and supplied that it merits Better Homes & Gardens consideration? Every drawer and every cabinet in the kitchen (and there are many) is precisely and neatly labeled, so finding just the needed device is a snap. How about, among all the spices, condiments and sauces, five different brands of Balsamic vinegar in the cabinet over the stove? Enough—one could go on and on, and I haven't even mentioned the beautiful, idyllic beach.
Upon completing his walkthrough of the house and property on the first day of our rental, our 15-year-old grandson pronounced, "When I'm older and have enough money, I'm going to buy this house and live in it year-round." His sentiment was widely shared.