Recently remodeled with all new bathrooms and kitchen, and newly outfitted with all new furniture and mattresses.
Our house is nestled amongst the pine trees, providing peace and solitude, and abuts a wildlife sanctuary, with a private path leading to 40th Pole Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches on Nantucket.
The house is 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1740 square feet, with open concept floor plan, including living room with vaulted ceiling.
The first floor bedroom has a new King Size bed and renovated en suite bathroom. The second floor bedrooms include a new King Size bed in one room, and a bunk bed and queen in the other.
A new 50" 4K flat screen TV with cable, showtime, netflix, amazon prime, and video games, Wi-Fi/internet, a fully stocked renovated kitchen with Le Creuset pots/pans, dishwasher, washer/dryer, deck with new Weber grill, hammock, outdoor dining table, and outdoor shower, complete the offering.
As Gallie C, a guest from this past season wrote in a review on another site (she didn't book through homeaway):
"This is a fabulous house and location! My family and I have rented and stayed here before in the main house. Perfect location and amenities! Our family's most memorable stay while on Ack! The children loved biking in the safe neighborhood, we explored all the paths to the beach and the house was lovely. Private and away from the hustle and bustle of town yet perfect location to scoot right in for shopping and dining. We would definitely rent again and recommend!"
This property comes with rights to use the Fishers Landing Association tennis courts and basketball half-court.
Nearby Madaket Harbor and Eel Point are perfect for boating, sailing, or fishing. And be sure to visit Scallop Beach (scallops and seagulls abound). The sunsets at Madaket Beach are spectacular and in the summer, the Madaket Beach parking lot fills quickly, but it's a 15 minute walk through back roads so you can enjoy the sunsets and avoid the traffic.
Close proximity to 40th Pole Beach, Madaket Beach, the bike path, shuttle stop, Millie's restaurant, Smith's Point, and famous west end sunsets! And with town Historic District and the modern Stop & Shop about 4 miles away, you'll be close to shopping or dining out in world-class restaurants.
What really makes this property special is the location - during the summer, if you're not in the mood to go into town every day, you don't have to. Start the week by loading up on supplies at Stop and Shop, the local butcher, the local fishmonger and/or Bartlett Farms. You can then grill at home, walk straight to the beach during the day, and hang out on the deck watching the pitch black starry sky at night.
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