A very cool post from CurbedCapeCod’s Jazmine Donaldson.
Cape Cod’s Least Expensive Beachfront Listings, Nov. ’13’
Tuesday, November 12, 2013, by Jazmine Donaldson
[55 Pond Road, Truro via Kinlin Grover Real Estate]
It’s snowing (!!) making it the perfect day to head to the beach, at least by way of the Interweb. Last month, we wrote about waterfront properties listed for under $500,000, but we haven’t hit the beach since August. Here’s an update of Cape Cod’s least expensive beachfront listings, by town. The 15 sandy abodes are asking $499,000 (for the above trap sheds) to $2,695,000.
Asking $599,900, this Wing’s Neck waterfront beach house was built in 1920 and features 4BD, 1.5BA in 1,332 sq. ft. The .06 acre property comes with access to a private sandy association beach and dock.
47 BUENA VISTA ROAD, BOURNE, MA 02559
“Oceanfront Duplex at Sagamore Beach!” Each unit in this ranch-style 1,225 square footer features 2BR, 1BA with separate entrances, parking and decks. Asking price is $699,900.
347 PHILLIPS ROAD, SANDWICH, MA 02532
We wrote about this Jetty Lane property on our map of available teardowns back in August. The existing 5BD, 3BA requires major restoration, but sits on 1.16 beachfront acres. Dunes, westerly views and sandy beach are yours for $2,185,000.
39 JETTY LANE, FALMOUTH, MA 02540
Located on Popponesset Beach, this 1,055 sq. ft. 2BA, 1BA was built in 1942 and is asking $1,500,000.
39 WILSONS GROVE, MASHPEE, MA 02649
This Barnstable Village contemporary first hit the market in October 2012 asking $2,249,000. Three pricechops later, the 3BD, 2BA “on the sandy shores of Barnstable Harbor” is down to $1,695,000.
100 BAY VIEW ROAD, BARNSTABLE, MA 02630
Per the listing, “This classic Cape Cod home is beautifully sited on 1.2 acres with 200′ feet of waterfront & high elevation & protection from inclement weather.” Built in 1934, this 3,980 sq. ft. 6BR, 5.5BA has been on and off the market since it debuted in May 2010 asking $2,650,000. Three-plus years and three chops later, the ask is down to $1,795,000.
188 BERRY AVENUE, WEST YARMOUTH, MA 02673
Appropriately located on Ocean Avenue, this beachfront 4BD, 2BA has views of Nantucket Sound from almost every room. Built in 1940, the 1,350 sq. ft. Curbed Comparison’s alum is asking $849,000.
5 OCEAN AVENUE, DENNIS, MA 02670
Here’s another potential teardown, this one on .59 waterfront acres with 117′ of sandy beach on Nantucket Sound. The listing first appeared on the market in 2009 asking $3,300,000. Today, the asking price is $2,500,000.
55 SHORE ROAD, WEST HARWICH, MA 02671
Technically, there’s a road between this Chatham 3BD, 4BA and Nantucket Sound, but it’s a beach house nonetheless. The 3,136 sq. ft. home on .25 acres has been bouncing on and off the market since February 2009 when it was asking $3,595,000. Four-plus years and four chops later, it’s asking $2,695,000.
38 BILLINGS ROAD, CHATHAM, MA 02633
This Brewster Dunes year-round co-op features a working lighthouse – really. The 2BD, 2BA comes with its own private beach and is asking $890,999.
OCEAN SAINT EXTENSION, BREWSTER, MA 02631
Built in 1955, this contemporary beachfront home features 4BD, 2BA. With “stunning views of Nauset beach,” the property “has a successful rental history exceeding $50,000 in rental income for July & August for 2013.” Asking price is $1,600,000.
49 ASPINET ROAD, EASTHAM, MA 02642
A former pricespotter, this 3BD, 2BA is “nestled into the dunes of Kingsbury Beach!” The pricechopper has visited since we wrote about the property and it’s now asking $1,050,000.
27 LONGSTREET LANE, EASTHAM, MA 02642
“Living on the edge!” This 4BD, 3BA sits 80′ above sea level on Sunrise Dune in the Cape Cod National Seashore. The 2,500 square footer overlooking the Atlantic Ocean hit the market in May for $1,250,000. Two pricechops have brought the ask down to $1,050,000.
780 OCEAN VIEW DRIVE, CAPE COD, WELLFLEET, MA 02667
Remember the trap sheds on the beach? Once asking $575,000, the beachfront 1BD cottage with twin studio have been pricechopped down to $499,000.
55 POND ROAD, TRURO, MA 02642
The current owners purchased this bayfront building back in 1963 for $16,000. Fast forward to today and the circa 1860 seasonal two-family is on the market for $1,500,000. That’s a 9,275% jump in value for a fixer-upper “in the flood zone.”
509 COMMERCIAL STREET, PROVINCETOWN, MA 02657