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A classic saltwater farm with historic buildings, this special property encompasses 13.34± acres with wide views of the surrounding fields, Upper Pulpit Harbor and Salt Pond. The main house is an early-nineteenth century Cape-style farmhouse overlooking scenic fields with views of water on three sides. The residence has a central chimney and has been carefully restored and updated for today’s lifestyle with original historic character and details intact. The property also includes an original carriage house, single-car garage, and attractive, repurposed shingle mill of post-and-beam construction that was moved to its current location. Over 1,400± feet of shorefront provides access for swimming, kayaking or launching a small boat.

  • Seasonal house originally built in 1820
  • Three bedrooms plus an open, versatile “bunk” area
  • Expertly renovated eat-in kitchen with historic pantry, professional appliances and creative custom cabinetry
  • Three wood-burning fireplaces
  • Beautiful fields with historic outbuildings
  • 335± feet of shorefront on Upper Pulpit Harbor; 660± feet of shorefront on Salt Pond; 482± feet of shorefront on Fresh Pond
  • Additional lovely building site with views over Fresh Pond

Property Details

Cape Style
Terry Sortwell

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