160 Marston Avenue
Coming home to a freestanding cottage is always a lot of fun when you live in Barnstable, and Harbor Village offers condos with up to 3 bedrooms and two baths that let you live this ideal lifestyle. The entire complex sits on 17 acres, giving you an excellent opportunity to get away from it all. All of the grounds feature attentive maintenance, ensuring that everything will always look perfect without you having to lift a finger. Having a backyard and large deck makes living here even nicer. In addition to full maintenance, you also have basic cable included in the condo fee that you pay. All of this is available to you from $279,000 to $499,000.
Each cottage-style condo has a distinct look and personality, along with generous yard space. You'll benefit from having walking trails that you can pick up just steps from your door. The location is a convenient one. Some living rooms have exposed beams and high windows for a greater feeling of spaciousness. Country-style kitchens offer space for you to dine in. These cottages feature bright colors that help enhance the sunny appearance in each of the rooms.
Many people find that the floor plans that have two bedrooms are also suitable for most needs. One of the advantages of this plan is an open living and dining area with access to the deck. The deck's size is ideal for putting out a full patio set and gets a lot of sunlight.
Units with three bedrooms are also a good choice for those who want access to a home that has a second floor. In addition to the oversized living and dining areas, these condos also offer full appliance sets that will suit all your kitchen needs. The biggest cottages not only provide some fantastic views of the bay area, but also have the complete set of top-quality kitchen appliances. Some of the additional features that you'll enjoy include basic cable, wireless Internet access and outdoor showers.
Built in 1957, this array of beautiful cottages is located on a 17 acre parcel in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, providing ample space between each residence and creating a lush, inviting campus feel. The cottages come in a variety of different forms: some are two stories in height, and feature gray clapboard siding with a steepled roof. The front entryway has a series of round steps that lead up to the door, which often features an alluring color and a mount for a flag or other object. Others are low slung, and favor a long footprint with a number of windows running along the sides. A brick chimney anchors one side of the structure, which has a gravel drive and path leading to the principal door. Small shrubs dot the perimeter of the structure. Yet other cottages favor a one story layout with multiple set backs, creating a sprawling complex-like plan that includes a back patio and a very large private yard.
Some of the cottages are sited to directly overlook small ponds and streams, providing a beautiful area to relax and take in the view. The property includes pathways that run around the pond, as well as copses of dense forest. Small wooden bridges provide access over streams, and a wooden fence helps demarcate residential spaces from the large communal grounds. Other cottages have expansive waterfront decks with varnished planks that are large enough to host a substantial party or other festive event. Essentially, whatever type of property a person may be seeking, it can be easily found within the borders of this complex. The cottages range in size from 880 square feet to 1,440 square feet, and most feature three bedrooms and two baths each, although units with only one bedroom and units with four bedrooms are available. The average price for these units ranges from $279,000 to $499,000. For those interested in renting the cottages for a few nights, the price ranges from $180 to $270 nightly in the off-season, and $1,500 to $2,700 weekly during the season, depending on the total number of people who will be staying in the cottage. Some cottages, such as Molly’s Folly, the Cranberry Cottage, and Gull Cottage, have separate special rates that vary on the season and number of people staying in the home.
Most of the 21 cottages have names, and in addition to the ones mentioned above are known as Captain Kelly, Whalers Watch, Huntington, South Shore, Merrow, Carriage House, Winslow, Watkins, Franklin Cottage, Muse Cottage (formerly Yardarm), and Commodore Sinclair. Commodore Sinclair’s interiors feature an ample kitchen with an L-shaped kitchen counter that leads to a private exterior deck with patio furniture and views of the natural woods. Hardwood and tile floors are prevalent throughout the house except in the bedrooms, which have numerous windows providing natural light and air. Other cottages, such as the Huntington, have wooden beam interiors and wood paneled walls, creating a feeling of history and splendor. Many of the cottages, such as the Winslow, have high ceilings throughout, with specialized amenities including an outdoor shower and a sleeping loft.
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