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.