by Jazmine Donaldson
It’s time once again for Curbed Comparisons, where we break down what you can get at the same price point, style or size in eight different Cape and Islands neighborhoods. This week, listings for around $575,000.
[335 Oak Street, Harwich via Realtor.com]
Here now, eight Cape Cod properties asking around$575,000 – year-round, single families, a multi-family development opportunity, bulldozer bait, with a customnatural swimming pool, wicked woodsy, pond front, cove front, lakefront, all decked out, recently PriceChopped, move-in ready, and ready to rent – with a little something for everyone.
Kicking off in Sandwich with an updated 4BR, 3BA Cape “on an acre-plus level lot with a custom natural swimming pond.” The cool pool and 3,196sf house first listed in March for $595K, but are now hoping for $575K.
“Situated on a bluff overlooking Coonamessett Pond, this large ranch enjoys nearly a full acre of privacy and stunning views.” The 3BR, 2BA features a 30′ screened porch and is located Lochstead, a gated community with a swimming pool, clay tennis courts, pond front beaches, and a Manor House.
“This darling little waterfront contemporary has great big views of Ockway Bay and access to Nantucket Sound.” The 3BR, 2BA with potential for a dock first listed back 2013 for $729K and is now finally in contract.
This potential bulldozer bait, a 3BR Gambrel with a pool, sits on 2.06 acres overlooking Flax Pond. First listed in December 2014 for $499,900, an April priceupper brought the ask to $575,000.
Built in 1966, this 3BR, 1BA “pond front paradise” is now on the market for the first time. The .8 acre spread features 295 feet of exclusive waterfront, indigenous pines, oaks, “and a cushy sloping lawn of moss and native grasses.”
“Set back off the road this home offers panoramic WATERVIEWS with ever changing natural setting including amazing birdlife and occasionally the graceful Lovers Lake Swans!” Beyond the swans, there’s also a 3BR, 2BA on .74 acres.
In addition to a charming address, this 3BR, 2BA offers “fantastic views” of Drummer Cove. Best of all, “the Wellfleet Conservation Trust owns much of the land along the Cove for everlasting enjoyment of the views and there’s hiking along the water’s edge.”
Finally, to a Truro development opportunity. “Current owners received Cons. Comm & BOH approval for five, two bedroom units on this property.” One unit could be year round and the rest seasonal.