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38 Mayflower Rd W Yarmouth MA | $279,000

38 Mayflower Road West Yarmouth, Cape Cod MA, JUST LISTED --- $279,000

Cute as a button! The essence of Cape Cod best describes this adorable cottage that is less than half mile to a warm Nantucket Sound beach. It offers wood floors, living room with fireplace, dining room, two first floor bedrooms, and two additional rooms upstairs that are currently used as bedrooms.  The yard with a wonderful outdoor shower offers a place to relax and enjoy friends while grilling your favorite summer foods. A very sweet cottage with all the charm the Cape has to offer.

 

Here are just a few photos to give you a taste but this home is an absolute gem! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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