304 Main St.
If the idea of living in Centerville Gardens in Barnstable appeals to you, you'll want to head over there to see your next home. With a price tag of less than $125,000, you'll see that this home is worth every minute of your search time. The condos are in a beautiful house that was built in 1810 and updated over the years with updates that compliment its historical nature. Your landscaping is lovely, with shrubs that blossom each year and mature trees with a lot of shade. The long wraparound porch makes a perfect place to sit outside during the summer, and easily accommodates comfortable chairs.
With all of the space in the kitchen, you'll never have the frustration of hunting for someplace to put things again. The beadboard ceiling is an unusual touch that you just don't find in every kitchen today. Your generous combination living area and kitchen is a comfortable size no matter how big or small your average gathering. Hardwood floors that only require a bit of polishing are a very attractive alternative to carpeting. One of the nicest things you'll like about this building is the fact that it still has colorful stained glass windows. These windows go very well with the historic character of the building.
Your bedroom has the same light, airy look and feel as the rest of the condo. Attractive floor and wall tiles in the bathroom blend in nicely with the traditional pedestal sink. One feature that you will get a lot out of when you live in an upper-story condo here is the deck. This attractive deck with a latticework railing overlooks a scenic wooded area. Each unit has gas service that is included in the condo fee. Each condo also has a separate water heater to help make sure that you always have hot water when you need it. You're allowed to have a dog, subject to a few restrictions.
With seven units contained with a former Sea Captain’s home, the Centerville Gardens complex in Centerville, Massachusetts, artfully combines class, elegance, and accessibility. Located only a few blocks from Craigville Beach, this complex has been thoroughly renovated since it was originally constructed in the 19th century, but it has retained a number of period details that make it delightful for inhabitants and visitors both. As an example, the exterior of the complex has a wrap around porch that is supported by vintage Doric columns. The white clapboard siding gives the property a bright, promising look, even in winter.
The grounds themselves feature ample rolling lawns with old growth trees and freshly trimmed bushes providing fresh, clean air, as well as a window into the past. Each condo unit, meanwhile, features various amenities. A 400 square foot unit has pine floors that have been freshly polished and waxed, and as well as a private balcony which is large enough to function as an outdoor dining space during the summer months. This balcony overlooks the trees and lawn of the property below, and in some units, provides sea views for those who enjoy waking up and having a coffee on the deck. The bright white interiors are gorgeously lit with natural light from the large windows, which can be manually opened to let in fresh air. The rooms themselves are designed to make it easy to orient furniture in a number of configurations. No matter what kind of furnishings a prospective tenant may have, this unit will provide the necessary room to arrange them.
The bathrooms feature tile flooring and wall insets. Some of the units have a fireplace, which is made of vintage brick, while others are heated by forced air. The typical prices for this property vary depending both on square footage and seasonality. A unit here had a rent of $950 per month, or $2.37 per square foot per month, for a year’s lease. For those who only wished to rent during the summer for a period of three months, the rent jumped to $2,267.00 per month, or $5.67 per square foot per month.
The property’s popularity is enhanced by its proximity to Craigville Beach, which is located on Nantucket Sound. This public beach is divided into two portions; Covell’s Beach is reserved for residents, while the remainder of Craigville Beach can be accessed by the public as long as they pay a parking fee. Visitors may rent umbrellas and chairs as well as enjoy a variety of dining options just across the street from the ocean. The beach provides onsite showers and bathrooms, although there is no designated snack stand. A lifeguard is on duty during the summer months, and swimming lessons are frequently available. A number of boat tours and whale watching cruises run throughout the seasonal period, offering delightful diversions for visitors. There is also a professional orchestra, known as the Cape Symphony, that performs regularly in neighboring Hyannis. Each month the orchestra takes on a different theme and performs a concert to often sold-out audiences.
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