Another great curbed comparison by Jazmine. Affordable waterfront living!
‘Tis the season for daydreaming about the summer. Here are Cape Cod’s least expensive waterfront single-family listings, one for each of Barnstable’s 15 towns, with asking prices between $199,900 and $1,200,000.
Kicking off on Little Buttermilk Bay, here’s a 3BR, 1BA offered for the first time since it was built in 1976. First listed in July for $499,900, the ask is now down to $449,000.
“Classic lakefront cottage with 100 feet of private waterfront on Peter’s Pond – swimming, boating, fishing – all yours to enjoy!” The 3BR, 2BA sits on .83 acres and is asking $349K.
“Tiny House Nation Cape Cod Style” sits on .31 acres on Jenkins Pond. The 464sf one-bedroom, one-bath has a “history of summer/winter rentals” and is asking $235K.
This cozy cottage overlooks Cataquin Pond and features access to a beach on John’s Pond. The 546sf two-bedroom, one-bath was built in 1950 and is yours for $199,900.
Meet a “real old cottage directly on Lake Wequaquet with deck and seasonal dock.” Asking price for the 624sf two-bedroom with a half-bath and outdoor shower is $395,000.
“Beautiful views of James Pond” from this four-bedroom four-bath on .21 acres. The nine room house was built in 1962 and is asking $349,900.
Located on Southern Simmons Pond, this 3BR, 2.5BA Colonial sits on 1.5 acres with “a peek of the pond through the tree canopy!” The 2,104sf house hit the market in July asking $475K but five slices have brought the ask to $450K.
This 3BR, 2.5BA comes with 400ft of frontage on Walker’s Pond. The .85 acre spread has been bouncing around the market since 2008 when it was asking $875K. An October chop brought the ask down to $559K and earlier this month, the listing finally went into contract.
“Live at the water’s edge on beautiful Sand Lake in this expanded Cape with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.” The .28 acre spread includes flower and veggie gardens, a waterfront deck, balcony, and garage. Asking price is $359K.
Behold, an eco-friendly Contemporary on Emery Pond. The 2BR, 2BA has a dock, multiple decks, a bonus room in the loft, and a “brick patio with mature Japanese Garden with Koi pond and stone walls.” The .4 acre spread last changed hands in March 2014 for $365K and flipped back onto the market five months later asking $615K. Five chops later, the pond pad is hoping for $549K.
Set on .6 acres overlooking Cedar Pond, this two-bedroom features a wrap-around deck, a two-car garage, and a fireplace. Asking price is $349K.
Here’s an “adorable two bedroom bungalow on over an acre of land abutting conservation and your own pond. Built in 1963, the Homepath property, aka foreclosure, listed in June for $329,900 and is now hoping for $289,900.
“Location-location-location! Rich with history and charm, this centrally-located antique has the best views of Duck Creek in town. Originally the *Customs House* where boats documented their goods, it is currently used as a gallery and private residence.” Asking price is $895K.
“Part of Truro’s history! This ocean front compound on 3.3 acres in the National Seashore was built in 1892 and has been owned by the same family since.” The property has been searching for a buyer since 2010 when it listed for $2.5 million. In June, the ask was down to $1.2 million and it seems that 127 South Pamet Road has finally found a buyer.
Finally, to PTown. This Contemporary Cape on Shank Painter Pond features a lower level master suite, top floor guest suite, and a main level with a fireplace, tricked-out kitchen, and an office alcove with a view. Yours for $879K.