Home of the week Onetime rescue station now a beachside home ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Surfmen and rescue boats from the US Life-Saving Service called this house in Scituate’s Minot neighborhood home during the 19th century. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff The property is now a 3,033-square-foot home that includes a kitchen with high-end appliances and an eating area. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff The five bedrooms includes a master with double closets and a private bath. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff The living room's planked flooring and 10-foot ceilings are holdovers from the days when boats were kept here. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff The home's ocean views stretch from Minot Light to Scituate Light.