Small Cabins

Small Cottage by the Sea

A quaint retreat overlooking the Nauset Harbor of Cape Cod

By Julie Kuczynski
Published: February 25, 2014
small cottage by the sea Massachusetts
Photo by Ted Kerwin

Located at Nauset Heights in Orleans, Mass., this “Little House,” as its owners call it, was built around 1910 by an artist from New York. The original structure had only a dirt floor, a woodstove and one bunk. Today, the place has a full kitchen, round fireplace, dining room and two sleeping bunks up high. An 8-foot panoramic window facing the ocean provides an excellent view. The cottage is only 30 feet from the edge of a bluff that overlooks the inner Nauset Harbor of Cape Cod.

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