Did you burn the turkey Joe? Fire engine races to $34 million Nantucket home where the Bidens are staying as first family prepares for Thanksgiving

A fire truck was sent to the $34 million home in Nantucket where President Joe Biden and his family are staying for Thanksgiving.

The Nantucket Fire Department responded to the 13-acre site at Abrams Point on Wednesday evening around 11:23 p.m. according to local reports.

The Secret Service called it a “false alarm.”

“A false alarm went off and fire personnel canceled the call and returned to the station. The fire department did not respond to the Secret Service location and there was no fire or incident that required a fire department response,” Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told DailyMail.com.

The first family arrived in Nantucket Tuesday evening and will be staying at David Rubenstein’s waterfront property for the entire Thanksgiving holiday.

Several family members have already gone shopping in the city center. President Biden and first lady Jill Biden will call in the troops on Thursday before sitting down to their Thanksgiving meal.

A fire truck was sent to the $34 million home in Nantucket where President Biden and his family are staying for Thanksgiving

“After the initial call, the dispatcher told NFD personnel to call the station via cell phone and minutes later the engine crew announced a ‘false alarm’ over the radio and returned to the fire station,” the Nantucket Current noted on.

The 13,000-square-foot house is full of Bidens.

Joe and Jill’s son Hunter and daughter Ashley stay there, as do most of their grandchildren: Naomi Biden and her husband Peter Neal, Finnegan, Maisy, Natalie, Little Hunter and Baby Beau.

A majority of the family braved the windy, rainy weather Wednesday for coffee, smoothies and gifts.

Several members of the clan fought their way through the wind – with gusts of up to 50 miles per hour – to walk through the cobbled streets of the city center, as seen in exclusive photos taken by DailyMail.com.

Hunter even posed for a photo with a group of teens who asked and was spotted purchasing a pair of slippers at CraftMasters of Nantucket. It was unclear whether they were for him or a gift for his father; the president has shopped at CraftMasters during previous trips to Nantucket. On Wednesday, the Biden family was scheduled to celebrate President Biden’s 81st birthday, complete with coconut cake.

Hunter Biden, daughter Maisy Biden and Little Hunter (the late Beau Biden’s son) enjoy smoothies and a walk in downtown Nantucket

Naomi Biden and her husband Peter Neal made a cup of coffee after their morning workout

Ashley Biden takes a selfie with her niece Natalie and Peter Neal

Hunter also enjoyed smoothies with Maisy, his daughter from his first marriage, and Little Hunt, the son of the late Beau Biden.

Meanwhile, Naomi Biden, along with her cousin Natalie and husband Peter Neal, kicked off their Thanksgiving holiday with a workout and a cup of coffee.

The trio were spotted walking out of the Hub Coffee shop, wearing gym clothes and sweaty.

The shop offers New York-style bagels and smoothies, along with a variety of coffee options.

And Ashley Biden, the president’s daughter, took a selfie with her niece Natalie and Peter Neal.

While on the island, the Bidens are staying at Rubenstein’s $34 million, 13-acre property on Nantucket Harbor.

Biden previously stayed with Rubenstein on Nantucket, including in 2014 when he was vice president.

Hunter Biden and daughter Maisy were shopping in downtown Nantucket on Wednesday

Hunter Biden poses for a photo with some young fans

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrive on Nantucket Tuesday evening

Exclusive photos from DailyMail.com show a sprawling property on the island’s secluded inland harbor with stunning water views as the sun sets in the background.

Rubenstein bought the waterfront property in 2000 for his now ex-wife Alice and their three children. He demolished the existing house and built a 13,000-square-foot home with a tennis court, pool, hot tub and private dock.

Zillow estimates it would cost $30,000 per month to rent.

The home is located on historic Abrams Point off Polpis Road – named after one of the last remaining Native Americans of the Wampanoag people, Abram Quary.