I live in the south, having moved to NC in my 20’s for our careers, and now in Virginia, so don’t get me wrong, I enjoy living here. That being said, I am constantly drawn back to New England, and Cape Cod in particular. I spent many happy times there, and if I could I would retire there. Approaching the exit for the Cape, my heart beats a little faster and I have to pay attention that I haven’t put the pedal to the metal. As soon as I hit the Bourne Bridge, the fragrance of the sea hits me , and I relax. It is almost as though there is a curtain as you approach the bridge, the salty air hitting your senses as soon as your car wheels hit the bridge pavement. My favorite architecture without a doubt has always been shingle style, and I get my fill of it on the Cape, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. I am not sure whether I like shingle architecture because I love the Cape, and because it is the dominant architecture there, or whether I fell in love with the style first and then the Cape. Doesn’t matter. Here is a home a quick ferry ride from mid Cape anyone can appreciate, whether you have a preference for the mountains or the water. I hope you enjoy a” Calgon take me away” moment. And to bring you back, the price….just $10,800,000.
This home also includes a guest house, 5 wood burning masonry fireplaces, security system, home theater, wine cellar, mahogany wet bars, arts & crafts room for the kids (me too, me too!), two laundry rooms, pool with studio pool house, and a whole lot more, all while abutting conservation land.
And if the pool isn’t your thing today, how about……
Thank you for visiting. I am now totally lusting after a lobster roll! cheers, charisse