If you have happy memories of a beach cottage from when you were a child, Carter is a good place to remember back and to show kids what the "good old days" were like... except they'll have cable TV and WiFi. This vintage 1950s cottage on Indian Neck in Wellfleet sits on a hill above Burton Baker Beach, considered Wellfleet’s finest bay beach by many people. The delta-shaped beach, accessible only by foot or boat (no parking), is wider and more spacious than most and has a little inlet (named Sewell’s Gutter after the colonial entrepreneur who mined sea salt there) that fills with clean salt water on every incoming tide for a perfect wading pool. The two-story cottage has a knotty-pine living room with fireplace, kitchen with dining booth, two bedrooms and a bathroom downstairs and two bedrooms, one with a balcony, upstairs. Despite its vintage appearnce, it has all the modern conveniences; flat screen TV, WiFi, phone, and laundry. It also has a new concrete patio and outside shower beneath the upper balcony.