Settled by English Colonists in 1690 and officially incorporated in 1709, Truro has a long rich history. Originally the site of whalers and shipbuilders, as the years progressed Truro became a haven for artists and vacationers looking for that classic Cape Cod beauty. With its golden light, conservation land, dunes, and stunning beaches, Truro has much to offer including this weeks featured property.
Nestled into its setting of beach plum and bearberry, and abutting beautiful conservation land, this property is a true getaway. Drink in the wonder of 2.5 acres of private land and 174 feet of beachfront. Stone-paved terraces connect to an artists studio and lovely wildflower meadows. Set well back from the dunes, the property enjoys gentle summer winds while remaining shielded from winter winds.
An architectural marvel inside and out, relax or entertain in the spacious and sun-filled living room. Light a fire to warm up a chilly evening. Walk the the long windowed halls and gaze upon the beautiful sea and surrounding land for sites to inspire art or imagination. For a little peace and quiet retire to the reading room and enjoy a perfect novel.
The unique and spacious kitchen is designed for the owner to enjoy a rustic feel, yet well equipped to prepare full culinary feasts. The open dining room is perfect for dinner parties or intimate gatherings alike.
When the day is done retreat to any of the three bedrooms and rest to the soothing sounds of the water, the gentle breezes, and salty sea air. This home is the perfect place to dream of golden Truro dawns and all the possibilities they bring.
With its astounding water views, private beachfront, wildflower meadows, and amazing construction 10 Thornley Meadow is a perfect home for nature lovers, artists, and anyone in-between. Peace and inspiring design are yours on this perfect piece of Cape Cod.