Your own Private beach, beautifully renovated home, southeast facing,180 degree ocean views. Quiet, Elegant, romantic, loved by families, well designed, fully equipped. 4 bedrooms: 3 on the ocean, (4th tucked into a cliff with french door/ private terrace.)
Master bedroom, full wall of windows onto ocean, queen bed, antique desk, built in cherry bookshelves, 1880's stained glass inner windows, Private bathroom: stand alone stone tiled shower, Japanese soaking tub, ocean view (privacy shrubbery) Enclosed Outdoor shower.
2nd Oceanside bedroom, French full size bed, built in shelves, antique blue velvet wingback chair. All ocean views.
1st ocean bedroom single cottage bed with pull out second bed, Full wall of windows onto ocean and islands, 1860's British Victorian inner stained glass window, placed high up, opens for added breeze if wanted.
4th Cliff side bedroom: Antique Sheraton 1760's Twin beds, private room, two sets of windows, old engraved chinese panel, electric fireplace, your own terrace with french doors.
2nd Bathroom same floor includes the usual with stone tiled shower, heated floor, 2 sinks, one for deep washing (14 inches deep) one for regular use: Full size washer and dryer, long wood counter for folding laundry and ironing.
Mudroom/closets as you enter to right of front entrance, beach towels, Misc. essentials. Front door is a Dutch door for open breezes.
Upstairs Living Areas: Living room all you see is ocean, numerous islands, Gloucester, Manchester, Rockport... upper deck has built in benches, outdoor furniture, flexible lighting, Inside: Ledger Stone gas fireplace, Old Barn mantlepiece, built in wall of cherry bookshelves, cd's, Bose cd player, puzzles, games, books, scrumptious big velvet armchair, large sofa, two cozy back benches hidden to right and left of fireplace, two rocking chairs, One upholstered, one antique Windsor, 400AD Chinese Monastery Table, oriental carpet, antiqued barn wood trunk table.
2nd seating area: All ocean views: Two medium size couches, old blue trunk table, antique piano bench, (folk art period), Wine Bar Table with Two High upholstered bar Seats.
Dining area: all ocean view, Old (1880's English farmhouse table) seats ten. French glass Corvier Pendant light over table.
Chef's kitchen, 6 burner, 1grill, double oven Wolfe Stove, butcher-block wood countertops, farmhouse heated floor, in kitchen eating area, easily allows for 8 to 10 cooks, fully equipped pans, pots, baking, cooking, serving, eight sets of plates, forty? plates, antique and modern, bowls all sizes, antique and modern. Variable and numerous spices, flour, sugar, salt misc. essentials.
Private study with 32 inch smart TV, french gilt mirror wall length, sofa, bookshelf, desk, window, french door, ocean views, crows nest off study, with antique writers desk, window full ocean views.
Third full bathroom: tub, shower, pedestal sink, driftwood art, sea glass, heated wide pine floor.
Miscellaneous Perks and Whimseys:
Secluded Stone Front Patio with garden, Giant Italian Olive Oil Urns, chairs, love seat, tables, plantings, trees, granite stairs to cobblestone driveway, private parking.
Shaded lower deck, hammock, outdoor couch and chairs.
Swing chair, Wood screened outdoor shower, tall bushes, beach roses, and high beach grasses, enclosed by stone wall and plantings separates your own beach from small neighborhood beach. Quiet.
House is a the end of tiny lane in the historic district of Marblehead. Privacy, sunrises, sea glassing, long walks.
Swim, sail, paddle-board, kayak, row (Little Harbor Boat House two minute walk away: rentals, lessons.)
Great for families, couples, friends: Bike rentals, historic tours, dining, theater & music within walking distance. Superb 5Corners Kitchen Restaurant, 10 minute walk. Nearby Salem, fine cuisine, museums, (Peabody Essex) Salem Witch house, art, shops. Boston by ferry or car. North Shore: famed antiques & beautiful beaches. Family friendly.
Marblehead, MA. Sailing capital of New England, truly gorgeous ocean and sheltered sailing, boats with captains for hire, whale watching up the coast, Wednesday night races, paddle boarding, fishing, kayaking, picnicking, island exploring, five or six small beaches open to locals, larger Devereaux Beach facing Boston has mild surfing, boggie boarding, swimming.
Historic graveyards,(1600's) museums, sites, ponds, scale model sail boat races, everything within walking or biking distances, safe, friendly, easy.
Nearby: Downtown Salem can be reached by boat, car, or bike. Filled with restaurants, art, things to do and see, of course Witches, and folklore, Peabody Essex Museum. Further north lie Rockport and Gloucester both artist communities with Classical Music Concerts, Poetry Festivals, Art Festivals, Crafts, fairs, horseback riding and yes, more beaches, glorious miles long beaches, private estates, some open to the public, amazing fish restaurants, and more.