Furnished 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Peabbles Cove Home Offers Expansive Views of Casco Bay and Portland Head Light

  6 guests
  3 bedrooms
  2 full bathrooms
  1250 sq. ft.

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Sleeping Arrangement

 
Bedroom 1
1 King
 
Bedroom 2
1 Queen
 
Bedroom 3
1 Queen

Description

Welcome to 34 Shipwreck Cove in Cape Elizabeth! Offering 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms located on tranquil Peabbles Cove.
The home offers expansive views of Casco Bay, Portland Head Light and shipping activity in the channel.  

The front yard facing the ocean spills onto an association beach where adults and kids alike can play on the beach and splash in the protected Cove.  The yard offers a great place to play and relax. 

Available for the first time as a rental the home offers a well laid out main level of living along with a bonus bedroom on the lower level.   Two levels of living offer comfortable accommodations for up to 6. Strict occupancy rules apply.

MAIN LEVEL

Main level offers an open concept kitchen, living room and dining area with expansive ocean views.  Master bedroom suite along with a guest bedroom and shared hallway bath round out the main level.   Heating and cooling system, washer-dryer, and custom kitchen with an abundance of storage cabinets make preparing meals a breeze.  Living room offers a custom sectional for plenty of seating, Smart TV and unrivaled water views. Dining offers seating for six.   Deck off the living room offers an abundance of seating, grill and dynamic ocean views.

LOWER LEVEL

A lower level bedroom accessed by stairs off the living room is equipped with a queen bed, storage, and Smart TV.  A note that the lower level bedroom does not have a door that closes off the area.


 

Amenities

Bedroom Accommodations:
Master Suite: King
Bedroom 1: Upper Level: Queen
Bedroom 2: Lower Level: Queen

Gourmet Kitchen:
Custom Cabinetry
Well Stocked with Small Appliances and Dishes
Pantry

Amenities throughout the property:
Air Conditioning
Washer/Dryer
Central Vac
Large deck to enjoy views, sun and meals
Oceanfront Property
Propane Grill
Smart TVs
Wonderful Yard Facing the Ocean 
 

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Rates

* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options and fees.
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Reviews

Reviewed: Nov 10, 2019
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34 Shipwreck Cove was the perfect seaside escape, no matter what the weather! My husband and I arrived to blustery weather, but truth be told, the house is so nice and cozy with phenomenal views of the sea so we didnt even mind the weather. We just loaves watching the sea and all its changing colors and conditions. Everything was super clean, updated and well appointed. The crisp white bed and bath linens made us feel pampered. The kitchen was perfect for cooking together and eating in. The living room was casual and comfy and spacious. We also enjoyed chilling in the Adirondack chairs on the lawnand perusing the sweet and rocky beach right out front for an amazing collection of beach glass (lots of blue!!). It was so peaceful (early October) and we thoroughly enjoyed the house, the views and the area. The neighborhood was quiet while we were there. We went for a run (and sightseeing) at nearby Fort Williams and Portland Head Light, got lobster rolls from a yummy food truck there, ate at Davidss 388, grabbed a seaside lunch at The Lobster Shack at Two Lights State Park, hiked at Kettle Cove and Crescent State Beach. There were so many great things to do nearby, but, honestly, we would have been content to hang the entire time at this comfy, cozy, spacious, clean and pretty beach home with amazing views. It was a wonderful mix of uncluttered and stylish beach house vibe with all the things we might need for any type of weather including beach towels, beach chairs, fun board games, and a nice mix of books, including books on the birds of Maine. The binoculars were also a great resource to check out the water. The owner was extremely helpful and quick in communications with any questions I had! I would highly recommend this rental and hope to go back in the near future.
Reviewed: Nov 6, 2019
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34 Shipwreck Cove is a great spot for an artist, writer or anyone who has a love of the ocean. We loved just sitting in front of the windows watching the waves crash on the rocks and the sea birds feeding. The beach was full of treasures, sea glass, driftwood and interesting shaped rocks. Quiet, spotless, comfortable, and tastefully decorated. The kitchen has everything you could want to create a delicious meal. The bedrooms were spacious, clean as a whistle and the beds comfy. Plenty of books, games and puzzles. There are plenty of booklets of information on the surrounding area of Cape Elizabeth and Portland but you might just want to sit and watch the ocean. We hope to make this an annual trip.
Reviewed: Aug 13, 2019
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The location offers a wonderful mix of the mesmerizing ocean view (and the binoculars were a delightful, unexpected treat), a farm stand within walking distance, and Portland a 15 minute drive. The house itself is beautifully appointed and comfortable, and the main room is bathed in natural light. We rented paddle boards (Arlberg Ski & Surf in Scarborough highly recommended), fished (unsuccessfully!), plugged in the tree by the back door, walked around Two Lights State Park and Portland Head Light in Fort Williams Park, and took the Mailboat tour in Casco Bay. We cooked in the kitchen, grilled on the deck, went to some of the more popular eateries (The Lobster Shack, Holy Donut, Duck Fat, Eventide, Central Provisions) and found some other less crowded places we enjoyed just as much (Minato Japanese, Hugo next to Eventide, and Red's Dairy Freeze in South Portland, which seems to be a local favorite). For Saturday-Saturday renters, note that Portland farmer's markets are Sundays and Wednesdays.