About 161 Jefferson Road, Gray GablesWaterfront Home with Multiple Decks!
$6,200 a Week in the Summer + $300 cleaning fee. Off season rates: $5200/week, $750/night + $300 cleaning fee
– 4 Bedrooms (1 king, 2 queen, 2 twin)
– 4.5 Bathrooms
– Sleeps 8
– 3,921 sq. ft.
This luxury home will be a favorite for years to come! The first floor includes a huge open kitchen, a living/dining area, a separate open room with chairs and a futon for additional sleep space. Walk out onto the deck, across the lawn, then beach and dive in the ocean! The kitchen features granite, high-end stainless appliances, Keurig coffee maker, 2 ovens, island seating as well as a dining table. The living room is outfitted with a large, flat screen t.v. There is a master suite on the first floor with a full bathroom. To complete the first floor there is a full bathroom and laundry room. The second floor master suite includes a full bathroom with a tiled shower, champaign tub and double sinks. There is also a queen bed, gas fireplace and in-room access to the second story deck. The second bedroom also has a queen bed and in-room access to the deck. The third bedroom has twin beds with access to the deck just down the hall. Bamboo and tile floors throughout the entire house. This home is truly a space for relaxing, being with family and friends, enjoying the beach and watching the boats glide through the canal. Spoil yourself!
While on the Cape, enjoy swimming, hiking, boating, biking, fishing, whale watching, dining, antiquing, shopping, tennis, sightseeing and so much more! Visit museums, art galleries, craft fairs, and flea markets or attend a first-rate Cape League baseball game! See the sights on the Cape Cod Central Railroad, or a land/sea duck boat, or choose from a variety of boat and ferry excursions. Talk a walk along the 7 mile Cape Cod Canal or numerous hiking trails, or go for a bike ride on the 26 mile Cape Cod Rail Trail from South Dennis to Wellfleet or opt for the 3.5 mile Shining Sea Bike Path from Falmouth to Woods Hole. The climate on the Cape is temperate – not too hot in the summer, not too cold in the winter. What a beautiful place to visit!