Exciting 6-level barn-style home on the edge of protected forest on the Ocean, highest spot on Cape Cod Bay, private white sugar-sand neighborhood beach


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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .As seen on FINE LIVING TV: 'SandyToes' is a charming oceanside Nantucket Barn-style home on six levels, tucked into the woods right at the ocean. Its multiple levels and interesting spaces give the house a Swiss-Family-Robinson treehouse feeling. SandyToes is situated on a high sandy bluff overlooking the ocean and abutting acres of forested conservation land; the beach is a short walk down the hill where there is at-grade beach access with few stairs.


SandyToes is a unique destination. The great room is an inviting space at the top of the 'barn.' Under its vaulted, barnwood ceiling with beams and loft, you'll find planked floors, inviting well-appointed kitchen (SubZero, Meile convection oven, large sit-around butcher block island, two dishwashers, granite counter tops, induction cookers, and more).

A freestanding fireplace makes the great room a cozy place to curl up with some of the scores of books. Above the kitchen is a ocean-view loft where youngsters (or grown-up kids) love to bunk or look down at the grownups making lunch with fresh seafood from the nearby fish market. The Great Room's dining deck offers shady sanctuary under its cathedral of trees and has room has a charcoal grill built into a n arched opening in the chimney (along with a top quality gas grill.) There are 3 pleasant bedrooms on the bedroom level: a garden view room w antique pine double bed / an ocean view room w queen pine canopy bed / an ocean view room w king size pillow top bed w antique headboard and small antique soaking tub. The rooms have beautiful wood floors, antiques, books, and comfortable beds.

When you step outside through French doors and stroll a few feet up the short sandy path to the bluff to the large deck and seaside garden, you experience a vast panoramic view of Cape Cod Bay from the highest spot on the bay. At yet another deck, tucked into a private woodsy corner, you can shower outside by moonlight surrounded by forest. This charming 'upside down' barn has elegant touches, but is casual for family fun and entertaining. Discover the hammock hanging in the trees at the very edge of the ocean -- when you lie down, all you see is your toes and the water. There are walking paths along the old Indian trail on the oceanside bluff which start right at the SandyToes' side garden. While some cottages do not allow pets, we are dog lovers and invite you to bring your well-behaved best friend to frolic in the surf. Swim, wade, or beachcomb for starfish, sand dollars, and hermit crabs on a white, smooth sandy beach.

In the inter-tidal zone, you can sometimes find blue mussels and sea clams for dinner. The water gets warmer as summer progresses, so September and October are surprisingly good times to visit. We've been told that from our deck you can see when the bluefish come to shore in case you would like to try surf casting. (Yes, we did have a guest who actually brought in a bluefish from our beach.) Across the water, you can see Provincetown & Truro, or watch ships on their way to the nearby Cape Cod Canal, along which there is a fabulous seven-mile level bike path and easy parking for your car. If you ever want to leave, Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower, and the fascinating Plimoth Plantation (which is like a trip in a time machine) are only eight miles north, and Cape Cod proper is a short two miles away. Charming Sandwich is also two miles away and has a Glass Museum and Heritage Plantation and a fine antiques auction on alternate Saturdays.


Our beach in Autumn

Not our own video, but helpful


Plymouth Rock, Plimoth Plantation, historic homes, BEACHES, Cape Cod Canal Bikeway, shopping, antiques and "uniques" plus SEAFOOD and seafood, and dining, beach combing and more!

It's not huge, but you do have it on your bucket list A must-do, climb aboard the Mayflower and meet the captain while he eats an unrecognizable lunch Cape Cod Canal bikeway is a blast, and no cars for 8 miles A must-do Lobster Pound seafood extravaganza on Manomet Point (Manomet Point Rd to the end.) They're everywhere! Nelson Beach Park SPLASHPAD fun for kids, with playground, bike path and ocean everywhere Blue Blinds Bakery has cozy rooms with fireplace for enjoying your cocoa and toast


Call ROBIN with your questions or to book SandyToes

  • PHONE 508-317-4359
  • FAX 508-747-1796 (Fax)
  • PO Box 1250
    Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts 02562