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Barnstable Area Info

Beach in Barnstable MA

Barnstable is the largest and most varied town on Cape Cod, and is the business Center of the Cape. The Islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket as well as Boston, Providence, RI, and the rest of Cape Cod are easily accessible from its central location.

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Barnstable's Villages

Barnstable contains seven villages: Barnstable, Centerville, Cotuit, Hyannis, Marstons Mills, Osterville and West Barnstable. Barnstable Village is historic and lies along the Old King's Highway. Some of the oldest buildings on Cape Cod, including the Sturgis Library (1644), the Olde Colonial Courthouse, and the Crocker Tavern are in Barnstable.

The Village is characterized by antique sea captains' homes, B&Bs, and antiques shops. Hyannis Village is the commercial hub. The villages of Centerville, Cotuit, and Osterville are predominantly residential. West Barnstable and Marstons Mills are the most in rural atmosphere of all the villages in Barnstable.

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Beaches

Kalmus Beach

Kalmus Beach has excellent wind-surfing, is situated near the Hyannis Yacht Club, and is easily accessible from Hyannis and Main Street with its restaurants, shopping and nightlife.

Lake Wequaquet

Lake Wequaquet is the largest of 450 lakes and ponds on the Cape. It has a public beach and water sports are allowed, including motor boats.

Activities

Barnstable offers varied shopping opportunities and night life, including many options for fans of live music: jazz, folk, rock, and the Cape Cod Symphony. There are opportunities for recreational boating via Hyannis Harbor and Barnstable Harbor. Hyannis Harbor is a focal point and must see with its art shacks, restaurants, and recreational and commercial fishing and boating communities.

The FIGAWI sail boat race involving 240 boats is usually held during the last weekend in May. This race from Hyannis to Nantucket kicks off the Nantucket and Cape Cod sailing season. The Barnstable area also has many golfing opportunities, and is host to the Hyannis Farmer’s Market.

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Client Testimonials

Agnes, Thanks to you and Ned and Ed for all your support throughout this process.  You walked us through this process and were very patient with us every step of the way.  Your willingness to work hard on this sale, even when your experience told us we had priced the house too high demonstrated how professional you and your team are.  Your frequent communication and honest feedback was so important to us.  We knew that you were the right agent for us when we asked for your honest opinion, before we signed a sales agreement, on what the house was worth.  You came back with a figure that was less than we hoped, but right on the money.  Other agents gave us inflated unrealistic figures. Agnes, you deserve to go around telling the doubters, “I told you so.”  They thought there were too many problems with the house for it to sell.  You proved them wrong and sold it in less than 60 days - not the 500 we were prepared for.   Thanks for everything.  We’re coming to you for our next move - hopefully it will be awhile :)  

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