Off beautiful Castle Rd. & down a sandy lane, sheltered by the tallest oaks in the area, this thoughtfully restored residence bestows the best of both: generous spaces for family gatherings & intimate nooks to be alone. A bright & airy kitchen with cathedral ceiling and with French doors that open onto a back deck for morning coffee, or BBQ, in a sunlit garden. The dining/sitting area & the living room, both have replaces. The big pantry, & half bath complete the rst oor plan. An expansive artist’s studio offers raw space for multiple options. The 2nd oor has 4 bedrooms & 2 full baths. The master bedroom boasts multiple custom details, a cupola and 3rd oor roof deck accessible by ladder, for quiet yoga/meditation space. The New England classic,
22×30′ three season barn includes a 4KW solar panel array, which eliminates and/or greatly reduces electric costs for the barn and the main house. The barn has an open floor plan and vaulted ceiling with a custom mahogany screened porch, a full bath with Finnish sauna, a full basement with laundry area, privacy bamboo fencing and thousands of raspberry canes which produce delicious berries.
Aesthetic details abound in the main house, with re-purposed finds such as the enormous “Lion’s paw” double-ended bath tub in the master bath. The custom cement counters and breakfast bar in the kitchen, the gas fireplace surround in the dining area, and the two-headed shower with curved seat in the master bathroom, as well as the kitchen area counter in the barn, are all by well-known Wellfleet craftsman; Derek Oliver. Rare koa wood enhances architectural details in the kitchen drawer-fronts, the custom hall desk, and upstairs hallway handrail. Re-purposed wooden columns, historical shutters, eccentric balusters and antique doors grace many of the doorways, closets and stairwell in both the house and barn.
There is a Siemens propane generator supplied by a 500 gallon buried tank ensuring uninterrupted water supply and essential electrical needs for the main house in case of power outages, summer or winter. The main house heating system was replaced in 2017, with a Weil McLain high efficiency oil fired boiler. The studio is heated with a 38,000 BTU Rinnai propane heater. Both the main house and the barn have their own wells and Title V septic systems. There is also a 10×25′ shingled storage shed between the house and barn.
With a wrap-around screened porch, third floor rooftop basking deck, comfortably long and deep window seats, enclosed backyard terrace, front yard patio and firepit, bocce court, mahogany outdoor shower, separate and spacious back lawn for lots of outdoor activities. Little Pamet House offers many options to stay put, rain or shine. The bayside Corn Hill Beach is just up the road and Longnook and Ballston Beach are close by on the ocean side. Morning croissants or wood fired pizza, groceries and newspapers, a fish market, bait and tackle shop are all about 1 mile in either direction down Castle Road. Castle Hill Center for the Arts is around the corner, as are the local famers market and Pamet River. Golfers come from far and wide to play the oldest golf course on Cape Cod: the Highland Links, a public 9-hole par 36 combination of wind, dune and breathtaking ocean views. Provincetown is about 12 minutes away in one direction and Wellfleet is 10 away in the other.
This home radiates an appreciation for beauty, simple pleasures and time savored with loved ones.