Following a major restoration and renovation, this Cape Cod home — on the National Register of Historic Places — is offered.
The restored antique sections of the home (1804) with numerous historical features including wide planked wood floors, four (non-working) fireplaces, other classical architectural details, and antiques. The historic first floor features the traditional Cape Cod keeping room (aka living room), a study with 1/2 bath, and the master bedroom, with queen sized brass bed, and its attached bath with clawfoot tub/shower. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one with a full-sized bed, the other with a pair of twin beds. They share a full bathroom with shower.
The fully renovated addition is now a cathedral ceilinged kitchen and dining area with a double-height Palladian window leading out to a large deck and a spectacular view of Cape Cod Bay through the trees. The spacious new kitchen is a cook’s delight with Quartz counters, an island sink, dishwasher, microwave and DCS gas range. The dining table is made from teak recycled from the decks of the World War II USS North Carolina.
A private path down from the house to Blackfish Creek’s sandy edge and the Bay beyond. This is a prime launching spot for kayaks and other small craft or quiet walks along the shoreline. The Fox Island Marsh and Pilgrim Spring Woodlands Conservation Area and Trails are only a few houses down the beach.
The home has full central air conditioning, a washer/dryer, dishwasher, wifi internet and all new plumbing.
Minimum age limit for renters, children welcome, non-smoking only, pets considered . Note that the historic cape cod stairs to second floor are steep by modern standards and the home is not wheelchair compatible.