About 4 Worcester Ave, Monument BeachWater Views abound in Gorgeous 7 bedroom home!
$5,000 a Week During Peak Season
– 7 Bedrooms (4 queen-one w/ensuite, 1 king w/ensuite, 2 full, 2 twins-1 w/ensuite)
– 5 Bathrooms
– Sleeps 14
– 3,351 sq. ft.
Turn of the century, spacious, restored Captains House with water views in the village of Monument Beach. The home overlooks Phinney’s Harbor, which is the first harbor south of the Canal on Buzzards Bay on the Cape side of the Bridge. It is a fairly deep harbor with warm water. The house faces south/west and you can view the most amazing summer sunsets. Phinney’s Harbor is known for good sailing, swimming and kayaking. This home has a wrap-around porch facing the water to view spectacular sunsets.
The First floor interior has an eat-in Kitchen, Formal Dining room, Living room , First Floor Bedroom En-suite with another First Floor Bathroom.. Another 6 Bedrooms occupy the second and third floors with two of the bedrooms having en-suite bathrooms. There is a second floor laundry room for your use. The observatory turret on the third floor provide spectacular views of the Harbor, tennis & basketball courts ,children’s playground and beach at Chester park .
Brick Patio has a Gas Barbecue and outdoor seating for a garden diner al fresco! Swimming, sailing, kayaking, playground, tennis court, softball field 100 yards from home. Town beach with lifeguard and bathroom just 200 yards from home. Near conservation areas for walking and bike trails. Walk to Ice cream, Convenience store, Upscale Bakery and Pizza eat-in or take out. Great restaurants 5-30 minutes away. Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard/Nantucket. Sport fishing charters, ice skating, whale watching, museums: Aptuxcet, Sandwich Glass, Heritage Plantation, Plimouth Plantation, Mayflower, kayak rentals . Bourne Braves Minor league Baseball Team Games are played here in the summer and are free to attend!
On the Cape, you can enjoy swimming, hiking, boating, biking, golfing, fishing, whale watching, dining, antiquing, shopping, tennis, sightseeing and so much more! Visit museums, art galleries, craft fairs, and flea markets. Go sightseeing by riding the Cape Cod Central Railroad or a land/sea duck boat, or any number of boat and ferry trips. Talk a walk along the 7 mile Cape Cod Canal or go for a bike ride on the 26 mile Cape Cod Rail Trail from South Dennis to Wellfleet or 3.5 mile Shining Sea Bike Path from Falmouth to Woods Hole. The Cape’s climate is temperate – not too hot in the summer, not too cold in the winter. What a beautiful place to visit!