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House, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1.5 Baths + outdoor shower (Sleeps 6-9)
King size beds (1), Queen size Beds (1), Twin or Single Beds (2), Baby Cribs (1) Pack n play, Sleep Sofa or Futons (2) -one twin futon upstairs bedroom and downstairs there is one Queen with a tempurpedic mattress in leather couch in main living area
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - PLEASE NOTE we have a spiral staircase fromPLEASE NOTE we have a spiral staircase from
Max guests: 7
Minimum age of primary renter:
Cleaned with disinfectant
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About Jeanne Fleming Mino
Although we grew up in the 'City' and now live in the Hudson Valley farm country, we LOVE the beach. Pre-kids, we'd visit antique shops on weekends and one time found an antique crab door knocker. We joked that we'd build a beach house for it someday. When the opportunity came to buy this house , we gave the crab a home :) Our children feel that Cape Cod is just as much "home" as where we live most of the time. Though they are grown now, the boys remain well versed in fishing, crabbing, boating, whales, turtles, and Tides...a world very different from the pastures and mountains of NY state. Because it is our second home, you will not feel like it is a rental. We take pride in making it feel like "your home away from home". As a matter of fact, our House was featured on HGTV's National Open House in August 2007. We can't imagine life without our "Nauset Teepee".
Jeanne Fleming Mino purchased this House in 2003
Why Jeanne Fleming Mino chose North Eastham
North Eastham is convenient to so much of what the Cape has to offer. It is one of the narrowest towns on the Cape. It a short walk to the bay ( 10 min) and a short drive to the ocean (6 min) There is a large freshwater swimming pond, with lifeguards, within walking distance of the house as well. It is home to the famed National Seashore Beach- Coast Guard Beach- and a 5 min drive to the Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary. Nearby are all the places mentioned in the description. It is also the first town on the Cape that my husband and I visited together and fell in love with after a weeklong stay. You can't imagine this unique house in its rare, beautiful setting. We like its less manicured, woodsy feel. You will too, so come and check it out. :)
What makes this House unique
Our property is private. We sit on a 'Cape Cod acre.' It is quiet and woodsy located down a sandy/grassy lane. ( No Rt. 6 traffic noise) There are other homes nearby but you have a sense of privacy without feeling isolated. I love to garden so there are plantings all over and the deck and upstairs balcony offer nice venues to enjoy the outdoors in comfort. The house has an open loft-like main floor. The ceilings are high and the glass 'walls of windows' allow one to bring the outdoors, indoors. The bay is a short walk (1 mile)) away and the bike trail, restaurants, shops etc are easy to access. I love to cook also so the kitchen has lobster pots, bread maker, all the cook needs to prepare meals if you choose. Children are always welcome and they enjoy the spiral staircase as much as the safe play area all around the house. The kids will be safe so parents can relax. The backyard is a large open area and there is a private hot/cold shower room there with a lovely beachy garden for dining and BBQ. Check out our guestbook for more on what visitors have to say about their Nauset Teepee experience!