Number 10 is the second-to-last (in the row) of the six “small” 115 year-old cottages on Corn Hill in Truro, Massachusetts. It is the middle of the three in the photo above. All of the cottages offer the same spectacular view of Cape Cod Bay, access to the private bay beach via the dune path or stairs, and the view of the sunset over the Bay from the front porch.

The cottage has a kitchen, dining room, living room, and bathroom on the first floor. The second floor has two bedrooms, a large one in front and a smaller one in back.

Those who have spent time on Corn Hill know that the atmosphere is indescribable. The bay view from the 75 foot dune upon which the cottages sit is unequalled on the Cape. In the evening, everyone gathers on the cottage porches or the communal observation deck for the spectacular sunset over the bay, which never gets old! Children and adults alike enjoy walking out on the private beach’s tidal flat in low tide to search for shells and observe sea life. Bicycling, kayaking, walking, and boating are common activities, as well as just relaxing on the porch with a good book.


Corn Hill Cottage #10

62 Corn Hill Road

Truro, Massachusetts 02666

Corn Hill Cottages were built around the year 1900 as a vacation destination for Victorian age city-dwellers. Given the choice of virtually any spot on the Cape to build, Corn Hill was chosen due to its spectacular view of Cape Cod Bay and access to bayside beaches.

The Corn Hill Cottages were immortalized by Edward Hopper in his well-known painting of the hill.


View the EscapeTV episode on Truro, featuring Cottage #10!

For rental availability and information, go to, property number 19499.