Est. Mortgage: $/month
MLS Number 22105980
- Single Family
- Garage Spaces 3
- MLS Status Active
- Village Buzzards Bay
- Year Built 1998
Martha Stewart would be impressed with this yard. A perfect venue for outdoor entertaining including a lighted, screened gazebo with a fan, an expansive fenced lawn, a firepit, beehives and a 40-foot grape arbor set on granite posts. Settled on .97 acres, the house is situated on a half acre, leaving the other half acre to your imagination for options including tennis or pickleball courts, a pool, or the possibility of another dwelling (all options need approval through the town and the responsibility of the buyer's agent to confirm.) This home is perfect for entertaining. Expansive rooms and soaring ceilings with many skylights. As you enter the private front walk you are welcomed by large granite landings and enter to shining hardwood floors. The kitchen welcomes multiple cooks with plenty of Quartz countertops and appliances that are all less than 5 years old. Convenient pantry closet and laundry room off the kitchen leading to 2 separate garages. One two-car garage that is extra deep for storage and vehicles and a 2nd garage used for more storage and workroom. If that is not enough space, the basement is huge and at construction was set up to be finished as a separate living space including a walkout to the side yard. Enjoy the bright, sunny, and private sunroom, a perfect sunny recluse for a winter day, or enjoying the lovely yard. The Master Bedroom Suite which is located on the first floor includes beautiful window treatments and double walk-in closets off an enormous beautiful granite and marble bath with a walk-in shower, a jacuzzi, and double sinks on a massive vanity. This bath was remodeled in 2012. The 2nd floor includes 3 bedrooms and a soaring ceiling with a balcony and sitting area with built-ins and views of the Bourne Bridge. Updated in 2015 a Grecian marble and Blue Pearl granite large 2nd bath with walk-in shower, GROHE fixtures, and built-ins will amaze you. Never run out of space, there is a ball field size Family room over the 2-car garage with skylights and more views of the Bridge. Heading up to the 3rd floor you are treated to another large room that can be used as additional guest space or an office or craft room and more views on the Canal and Bridge. Large closets are everywhere. There is no lack of storage in this home.
The roof under the solar panels (20% of total roof area) was replaced in 2013. The majority of the roof (80%) was replaced in July of 2019. The Gazebo roof was replaced in July 2019 with Red Cedar Shingles, Copper Cupola, and Copper Joints. Copper inhibits mold and mildew.
Solar City (Tesla) solar panels in 2013, never received an electric bill, and produces a surplus of approximately $500. of electricity each year. The contract for the solar system will end in 2033. Paid $12,500. in 2013 for the system, and the panels have never required any maintenance. The average monthly natural gas bill is $150. per month year-round.
The boiler, a Triangle Tube Prestige High-Efficiency model (95% efficient with stainless steel heat exchanger), was installed in 2008 and has worked flawlessly with typical maintenance. The indirect water heater is also Triangle Tube. The heating system is a HydroAir system with three zones, all powered by separate Taco Circulators. The home is also equipped with a three-zone Central Air system, rarely used due to the cooling breezes from the house being situated on a hill 160 feet above sea level.
Septic pumped yearly since 2002. The driveway has been sealed typically either every year or every other year since we purchased the property in 2002. The Hunter irrigation system has eight separate zones, and all defective heads are regularly replaced.
The kitchen countertops are QUARTZ (Installed Circa 2011), which is a much more expensive, durable, waterproof, nonporous, and harder material than granite or marble.
Aside from exterior brass onion lamps around the home which were purchased from Sandwich Lantern, Sandwich, MA, there are high-intensity halogen flood lights on the sides and rear of the house. These lights are mounted at high elevations on the sides and rear of the home. The front walkway and flag post also have hardwired lighting. The rear patio is equipped with a natural gas hookup for a gas grill. The house was reinsulated by Mass Save Electric in 2021, focusing on the game room above the garage, and the second/third story bedrooms.
Just minutes to the Bourne and Sagamore bridges makes this an easy commute on and off the Cape
Listed by Leah Howlett of New Cape Real Estate