We welcome you to our stunning 3200 sq. ft., 1820 antique home on 3 totally private acres in the National Seashore Park. Walk to Ballston Beach, just 1/2 mile down secluded North Pamet Rd. A total renovation was done in 2004 keeping many of the original features, but with all the modern conveniences. Wide pine floors, original wainscoting, period door hardware. Central air conditioning, high speed internet access, fax, multi-room audio entertainment system, satellite TV with HD plamsa screen and surround sound.
Ballston Beach, considered by many to be the most beautiful beach on the outer Cape, is at the end of the road. Since there is no public parking on North Pamet Road (the parking area is on South Pamet Road), the street is very quiet. Two separate master bedroom suites with private baths and private decks overlooking the Pamet river valley and the hills of the National Seashore Park. There is a huge
800 sq. ft. mahogany deck over looking Pamet river valley with 36'' stainless steel barbeque. The enormous 18 x 22 ft. eat-in kitchen opening onto the deck with french doors seats 10, separate solarium dining area with double sliding doors onto the deck seats an additional 10. The kitchen is fully equipped with all new stainless steel gourmet appliances, DCS range, Two dishwashers, fridge with icemaker and filtered water dispenser. Granite countertops and solid cherry cabinets make for a beautiful and unique entertaining/vacation experience. The kitchen is fully equipped with serving and cooking utensils, everything you need for entertaining!
There is ample storage for bikes and fishing equipment in basement garage. Beautifully landscaped grounds with extensive perennial plantings offer privacy and peacefulness. This will be a vacation experience that will stay with you for a lifetime! Provincetown with its many restaurants, galleries, whale watches and people watching is a 15 minute drive. At the end of North Pamet is the Cranberry Bog walk, Pamet Valley Trail and Ballston Beach.Try surfcasting at Ballston for Bass and Blues!
Less than 5 minutes away is the oldest golf course on Cape Cod, Highland Links, which overlooks the ocean from high bluffs in North Truro. The public nine-hole, par 36 course features windswept terrain with small greens and rolling hills and presents golfers with the challenges of yesterday's courses.
Nearby Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse is the oldest, highest, and most important lighthouse on Cape Cod. The first light was from whale oil, then lard oil, then kerosene, then electricity in 1932. Automated since 1986, it is still a functioning U.S. Coast Guard light. Locally it is known as Highland Light yet on maritime charts it is officially named Cape Cod Light.
Quick access to fresh water ponds, bike paths, cranberry bogs, and nature trails throughout the Cape Cod National Seashore. Numerous in-season concerts, plays and art shows in neighboring Provincetown and Wellfleet! Bike or drive the back roads to beaches and shops in Truro and Wellfleet without going on Route 6!
The upstairs Master Bedroom Suite (king bed) and adjoining small bedroom (two twins/ trundle bed) are upstairs in the old part of the house, very steep narrow staircase.
The downstairs Master Bed Suite (king bed) is in the new wing and has no stairs to access it. There are french doors leading directly onto the deck with no steps, and the deck is ramped from the driveway. The bath for this bedroom also has a higher ADA rated toilet and walk-in shower with bench and grab bars.
Bedroom Four (two twins) is downstairs in the new part of the house near Master Bed two.
Bedroom Five (queen) is upstairs in the new part of the house, a less steep and more manageable staircase than in the old part of the house.
A futon sofa (full size) is also upstairs in a sleeping loft in the new part of the house. The sleeping loft and bedroom five share a half bath.
The sleeper sofa (queen) is in the living room of the old house, no steps if you come around from the deck, the front doors into the house all have a step or two.