Waterfront house with spectacular ocean views and 750 foot private beach for rent by the week. Over 5 acres of total privacy on west shore of Mattapoisett Harbor opposite historic Neds Point lighthouse.
No neighbors nearby! No bridge to cross to get to the Cape! No traffic to deal with!
Phenomenal views of Cape Cod and the islands. Conveniently located east of New Bedford, the historic town of Mattapoisett is just over an hour drive south from Boston. The fast ferry in New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard is a 10-15 minute drive. The Bourne Bridge to Cape Cod is only a half hour drive as is Newport, Rhode Island.
Sleeps up to 6 people in 2 Queen-size beds (air-conditioned) and 2 Twin-size beds. COST DEPENDS ON NUMBER OF PEOPLE.
Two full bathrooms, outdoor shower. Washer and dryer. Gourmet kitchen with frost-free refrigerator, halogen stovetop, self-cleaning oven and super quiet dishwasher. Gas BBQ. Wood Fireplace.
Elliptical exercise machine and recumbent bicycle, outdoor bicycles, fishing poles. Verizon FIOS fiber-optic high speed wireless Internet (WiFi) and High Definition cable TV, video streaming. 3 TVs, AM/FM Stereo with built-in wall speakers and CD and MP3 player connection. Fully-furnished and equipped with linens, plates, utensils, pots, and pans awaiting your vacationing pleasure!
No smoking. Not recommended for young children (under 10 years of age); deck is 12 feet off the ground. Dogs welcome (sorry, no cats due to allergies).
We charge a one month refundable security deposit. Tenant pays for electricity. Our electric bill is normally about $100 to $150 per month with normal us of air-conditioning or electric heat or if fresh rain water stored in the 3000 gallon cistern is abused and used up requiring use of the back-up Reverse Osmosis system which needs electricity to run.
Kristin and Chuck, wife and husband and owners of Great Expectations (known to the locals as The Butterfly House due to its unique inverted roof designed to catch rainwater), live in Montecito, California and St. John, Virgin Islands, when not using Great Expectations ourselves!