I love this house - not merely as a place but as an idea about how to live. There is a gorgeous and thoughtful peace to be found here.
It's always dangerous to probe into the moral basis of beauty-- the sea is beautiful but is there moral content to it? Perhaps yes, to be experienced in its implacable will to exist... But some beauty shows its relation to the good quite openly, plainly, and this house -- with its unfussy order, with its layout and design and the light that it draws in, with its artwork (especially that) -- is abundantly one of those places.
You can feel a goodness all around the place. There are so many areas in the house where you can sit and watch the tide change slowly in the tidal basin out the back windows, watch the extraordinary multitude of birds at the different feeders outside along the ridge where the hill drops off behind the house. Cape Cod despite its summer crowds -- especially in the upper Cape -- remains something of a wild place and you can feel that presence of nature here, away from the road, pointed toward the woods and the water below. Everything about the house shows the love and care with which it has been kept and with which life inside it has been lived. I cannot recommend it more highly.