Looking for that perfect gift for Valentine’s Day? In the second of our Valentine’s Day blog series, “Looking for Love?” we suggest looking at some of our incredible waterfront properties because, as we all know, living at the beach is good for the mind, body, and soul.
Osterville, MA | $6,995,000
Wianno is the gold coast of Osterville on Cape Cod and this waterfront property is the crown jewel. Located at the end of Wianno Avenue just down the way from the fabled Wianno Club, this incomparable site is 2.08 acres with panoramic views across Dowse’s beach to Hyannisport, almost 300 feet of sandy beach, stone revetments, and 2 stone jetties on Nantucket Sound.
Wareham, MA | $1,650,000
This property, known as Maywood, is part of a larger classic 19th-century summer family compound now looking for a new family to create many more generations of summer memories. It is situated on 1.87 waterfront acres on a protected bay, with a private path to a white sandy beach. It is truly a world apart.
Block Island, RI | $5,500,000
A rare opportunity to own 12.42± waterview acres on Block Island. This fantastic property is just a short walk from the public access shore frontage at Cooneymus Beach. The fabled Southwest Point, a top spot for striped bass, is only a quarter‐mile south.
Stonington, ME | $2,600,000
Muir Point offers some of the most beautiful waterfront along the coast, with broad pink granite ledges, sand beaches, and tidal pools that offer endless opportunities for exploration, bonfires on the beach, launching boats, and watching Maine’s windjammer fleet sailing through these world-renowned cruising grounds.
Great Cranberry Island, ME | $1,550,000
Secluded and private, and located on a far point of land, Fish Point resembles an island unto itself. Accessed by private boat, the property includes 325’ of shorefront, along with a dock, boat ramp, and three moorings.
Alton, NH | $4,500,000
Boulder Lodge, a restored and winterized shingle-style four-bedroom home with wrap around porch, sits on 5.87 acres with 641 feet of frontage on Lake Winnipesaukee. One of the last unspoiled 19th-century great camps, the property includes a walk-in sandy beach, 5 guest cottages, dining cottage with state-of-the-art kitchen, and two large docks.