This quaint 1930’s classic Cape is located 2 streets from Sea Street Beach and is equidistant from the Hyannis Yacht Club and Hyannisport area. It is ideal for 2-3 couples, a family of 4, or 4-6 singles and offers year-round amenities, AC & heat. The sunny living room features plush furniture and large flat screen TV above the fireplace. The comfortable couch opens to a queen sleeper. Slip into the overstuffed chair to finish your favorite book. The front bedroom has a set of bunks for youngsters and the second bedroom has a queen-sized bed. Both bedrooms have roomy closets. The full bathroom is bright with a pocket door for privacy. The fully-equipped kitchen has modern appliances & a dishwasher. A café table with 2 chairs brings a Parisian feel to the kitchen and complements the full dining set. The laundry room at the back mudroom entrance has a full-sized washer and dryer. The private deck is outfitted with dining/deck furniture, and gas grill.
Walk or drive 1/2 mile to Hyannis Center‘s unique shops, art galleries, casual/fine dining & entertainment. Restaurants offer family fare as well as elegant dining. After you explore Main Street and the Hyannis docks ('Spanky's' Clam Shack' and 'The Black Cat Tavern'' are our favorites), go off the beaten path to 'Inaho' in Yarmouth for great Sushi and Japanese food. 'The Yarmouth Inn' has that classic early American feel with a robust menu. The Hyannis Yacht Club & ferry services to Martha’s Vineyard/Nantucket (Hy-Line Cruises) are a 5-minute drive or easy walk. See live performances, unique films and exhibits at the Cape Playhouse, Cotuit Arts Center, and Cape Cod Art Museum. Visit the Cape Cod National Seashore with almost 40 miles of dunes on the Atlantic shoreline. Explore walking/bike trails at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History and Cape Cod Bike Trail. Enjoy canoeing, sailing, surf-casting, camping, kayaking, whale watching and informative visitor centers. Whale Watches operate out of Barnstable Harbor and Provincetown. Boat rentals can be had at 'Jack's Boat Rentals'' or 'Bay Spirit Tours'. Agri-Tourism Farms and “Edible Cape Cod” Farmer’s Markets bring back times past with “Pick Your Own” options, tours, hikes, and hayrides. Poke along Route 6A’s antique shops and bookstores. Book collectors and avid readers, be sure to visit Parnassus' Books in Yarmouthport for a trip back in time among thousands of books. Local golf courses abound, so bring your clubs. A day trip to Provincetown's artist community provides distinctive wares and a bustling enclave of talent. The local Truro Winery on the way to Provincetown offers tours and specialty wines. See coastal nature; dunes, whales and ocean vistas down every lane that cover the Cape.
The best ice cream can be found at 'Four Seas Ice Cream' and at 'Caffe Gelato Bertini' in South Yarmouth, a short ride, but worth the trip.