A Cape Cod Icon
1 Water Street, Sandwich Village
One of the most iconic houses on Cape Cod overlooking Shawme Pond. Original owner John Dillingham and later owned by Col. Henry Dunbar (assistant resident engineer on the widening of the Canal). This elegant Colonial has had many updates by its current owner since 2000. The kitchen wing features gas fireplace, ss appliances, soapstone counters, radiant heated wood floors and butler’s pantry. There are formal living and dining rooms with water views, the gristmill and Town Hall. The family room boasts a center fireplace and access to a pergola covered brick patio. There is an office with bath and first floor bedroom with private bath and laundry. Two staircases lead to three large bedrooms upstairs and two full baths. Walk up attic for storage. Separate driveway. Be the proud owner of a house admired by all who pass by.
Privacy and Pond Views
6 Spring Hill Road, East Sandwich
A mill house surrounded by natural beauty in East Sandwich is the stuff Cape Cod dreams are made of. From a private deck or kayak, enjoy a spring-fed pond that has a dramatic waterfall and spillway. The surrounding grounds feel like a private refuge of gardens and inside the antique has been renovated with thoughtful stewardship to preserve the character and history of the property.
Dreams do come true
222 Fifth Avenue, Hyannis
This waterfront property has stunning views of Nantucket Sound, Halls Creek, Hyannisport Club, and Squaw Island. The first floor has an open, front-to-back living room with a fireplace and built-in cabinetry. Just off the living room is an enclosed room that leads to the pool. Four bedrooms can be found on the first floor while the master bedroom is tucked away on the second floor where from a deck that overlooks the water you can take in all those great views.
A Former Sea Captain’s Home in South Dennis
494 Main Street, South Dennis
This classic cape has a history; it was built in 1829 by sea captain Judah Baker. The five bedroom is situated in the South Dennis Historic District, and retains many historic details, including wainscoting, wide pine floors, original doors, and latch hardware. Respectful updates include an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. On the second floor is an apartment space with a separate entrance that could be rented out for additional income or used as an in-law apartment or workspace. A detached two-car garage as well as a separate outbuilding offer additional opportunities for playhouses, hobby spaces, or to work from home.
A Windmill with Views and Charm in Hyannis Port
216 7th Avenue, Hyannis Port
It’s hard to miss this landmark home located in Hyannis. Affectionately called the Windmill, the house was built in 1946 and was updated in 2003 for year-round enjoyment. The tower has two bedrooms that are full of charm, and views include Halls Creek and Martha’s Vineyard Sound. Homeowners have access to the protected waters of Seaside Park.
A Former Church Turned Five-Bedroom Home
143 Main Street, Sandwich
In Sandwich Village, this landmark has been transformed into a five bedroom home. Homeowners will enjoy the light as it pours through the six original stained glass windows accenting the meticulous craftsmanship of the past as well as modern updates that have been made throughout. There’s room to grow in this 7,000 square-foot home. Each bedroom has a fireplace and the master suite has three balconies overlooking the great room. In the chef’s kitchen are modern updates including Thermador appliances and granite countertops. Additions that are hard to find elsewhere: a mahogany-paneled library, a wine and cocktail bar and, of course, a historic bell tower.
Historic Mariner’s Home with Smart Modern Updates
36 West Road, Orleans
This historic mariner’s home built in the 1800s is updated and spacious while still preserving all the charm of yesteryear. The open concept floor plan includes a tastefully appointed kitchen with granite and a center island, which flows to an open dining and living area. Natural light pours in through the skylights, and on to the hardwood floors. There’s an additional studio apartment with a separate entrance for additional income or guest accommodations. Plus, the outdoor living space has a custom-built patio dining/entertaining area, outdoor shower, and plenty of room for boats, kayaks and paddle boards.