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3 BR, 2 BA, sleeps 8
The back bedroom is in its own private wing off the living room with a full bathroom and French doors that open to a small deck and the outdoor shower. Lie in bed looking out at gorgeous views. The views are best from the loft bedroom. It is open to the living room so small children must be supervised at all times. The queen sized bed sits behind a half wall which provides some privacy. The steps to the loft are steep.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
Walk to Fisher Beach and short drive to other beautiful bay and ocean beaches, secluded ponds, biking and hiking trails and Wellfleet and Provincetown restaurants, shops and theaters. Kayak in the Pamet River or dock your boat in the Pamet Harbor in walking distance from our home. Truro is one of the last towns on Cape Cod that retains its rural feel.
Golf: Highland Links Golf Course in North Truro. A beautiful seaside course just a few miles away.
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About Sylvia Russianoff
My mother bought this home which was originally an artist's studio in the early 1950's . Over the years she added two bedroom wings and a second bathroom. I have been coming here since I was a young child and now it is owned by my family since my mother died in 2000. When I inherited it I did a major renovation but tried to keep the original feel of the home. It is truly a magical setting filled with the incredible Truro light that has attracted artists to Truro for years.
Why Sylvia Russianoff chose Truro
An airy light filled home with all of the modern conveniences yet retains the old time Cape Cod beach house feel. There is incredible privacy as you are surrounded by 4+ acres as well as National Seashore property. Fisher Beach is a short lovely walk from our property. It truly is a magical setting that is difficult to capture in photographs. You must experience it for yourself to understand!