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Waterfront on Cape Cod

River-front and Pond-front

 

Two unique water-related homes are available for purchase this summer. One is a free standing vintage Cape Cod seasonal condo cottage on Kelley's Pond for $180,000 and the other is a newly "rebuilt" year-round home on the Centerville River for $1,549,000. Something for everyone is available this year. Come and check them out.

Spring is on the way even though it may not seem to be. Cape Cod is currently experiencing activity in the real estate market primarily due to the continued low interest rates and availability of well-priced and well-maintained inventory.

Please give us a call to make your summer the best!

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