I'm glad that you enjoyed your stay, Parker. :) I do want to point out that the cottage is technically on a separate property, located in the far rear of the main property, and abutting a couple of acres of conservation land in the back yard. Because Fisher's Landing is a neighborhood, there are other houses in proximity. In terms of Fisher's Landing, and in comparing this property with other houses in the neighborhood, the cottage is just as private and secluded as any other house within a neighborhood setting. With a private foot path, separate entrance, secluded yard and garden, deck and the conservation land surrounding the back yard, it is set apart in a similar manner. As I'm sure you saw, there's a huge Red Tailed Hawk's nest in the back, plenty of deer at dawn and dusk, and quiet abounds. I wanted to point this out in case it isn't clear to prospective vacationers; location is such an important part of a getaway.
I'm glad to hear that you were able to benefit from all that is offered in the area, in not bringing your car for your three week vacation: the quick walk to the north shore beaches, being around the corner from both the bike path and shuttle bus, and the short walk to Madaket Harbor, Long Pond, and the two tennis courts. It was lovely that you could use the shuttle bus and bike path each day. As you saw, it's peaceful and quiet here in Fisher's Landing, yet we are still so close to town and Madaket Beach. Truly, a care is nice, but not necessary.
~On a side note, I would recommend that in the future, you are honest on your lease, and reveal that you and your other two vacation friends are freshmen in college, as we had expected your parent (s) to be here. Perhaps you felt a bit close to your neighbors and to the main house as a result; as parties were not permitted, and we did periodically check in with you as you are minors. (our rental agreement indicates that the property is for ages 26+)
Thanks again for your visit. It was great having you girls and we appreciated your thoughtful care of and respect for the property. :)