If there ever was the epitomie of a beach house, this is it. Sited on an elevated peninsula reaching out from the Saconesset Hills between the Great and Little Sippewissett Marshes, The Beach House was created as a refuge from the cares of the world and as a gathering place for generations of family and friends. The property consists of 22.9+/- acres with more than 2,000 feet of beach frontage as well as extensive dunes and marsh lands. The offshore sand flats and tidal estuaries provide a natural wonderland for fly fishermen, bird watchers, shell collectors, and naturalists of all ages and interests. The residence was built in 2009 and is a classic shingled gambrel Cape design with a living area of 4,244 square feet. It encompasses four bedrooms with five full baths and one half bath. It has an open flow to take advantage of the spectacular views across Buzzards Bay to the west and north along the beach and into the Great Sippewissett marsh. While currently used as a seasonal beach house, it was designed and is fully equipped to function as a year-round residence. It is readily accessible to shopping, recreational amenities, and is about 70 miles from Boston.