This charming cottage is ideally situated well back from the road on a bluff, offering both privacy and a sweeping view of the ocean facing west, perfect for watching the shifting clouds, the fog drifting in, and best of all the sun setting over the mainland 10 miles away. Built in 1907, it was the home of the artist Alfred Fuller, and at one time was rented by George Bellows, who used the living room as his studio. Downstairs you will find an adequately equipped large kitchen with dining area; a living room with fireplace, library, and French doors opening on the wrap-around deck; a small den/office; and a powder room. Upstairs are three bedrooms (queen, double, and single) and a bathroom with claw-foot tub and hand-held shower. Paintings and antiques are scattered here and there. The old square piano is out of tune, but it does have the distinction of having once been played by Sergei Rachmaninoff. The yard is bordered by shrubs and fir trees, and features lawn areas and small garden beds.
There is limited solar electricity (for lights at night and charging devices). A gas heater in the kitchen takes the chill off in cool weather. Firewood is not guaranteed but so far we have always been able to maintain a woodpile. (Note: the artist studio is not included at this time.)
Accommodates a strict maximum of 4. Limited electricity, WiFi and phone provided. No pets, non-smoking.
Weekly rentals Sat-Sat
Low Season (May 29- June 12, September 18-October 2)
$1,500 + tax per week
High Season (June 12 – September 18)
$2,250 + tax per week
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