749 Head of the Bay Rd
Hideaway Village offers charming, rustic-style cottages on Maynard Lane in Bourne. The cottages are all free-standing, with private beaches and yards. A play area for children is located inside the complex. The cottages at Hideaway Village range in price and may run approximately $200,000 and up. The low homeowner's association fee is only $50 to $100 monthly and depends on the home. Amenities in the village include the private beach, snow and trash removal, road maintenance, and the common area.
Two of the lovely cottages at Hideaway Village are currently on the market. A three room, one bedroom, and one bath condo features a brand new deck that offers dramatic ocean views. The home on Buttermilk Bay features a private beach and has been completely renovated. The condo is on two levels and has one bedroom, a full bath, and kitchen and living room area. The small Cape retreat has a covered porch, and there's room at the front of the house for a patio area. The kitchen and living room area are cozy and have hardwood floors, pine cabinets with glass doors, and a long breakfast bar. Double glass doors lead to your private deck to relax and enjoy the ocean air. Even though the home is small, there's plenty of room for a dining area. The bathroom has new fixtures and new shelving. The home is on two levels. The home is listed at $209,900.
A two bedroom, two bath home on Maynard Lane lists for $199,900. The condo may be used as a seasonal or year-round home, and parking is available at the front of the house. The condo has 820 square feet of living area, with an open living room and kitchen that lead to a deck with scenic views of the water. The kitchen has white appliances and is enhanced by the black countertops, tile backsplash, and tile floor. The bedrooms can accommodate double or twin beds and have ample closet space. The abundant windows allow the ocean breeze to drift into the house. Decks on the cottages are large enough for a picnic table or patio set.
Unlike many condominiums in the region, Hideaway Village has a storied history. Originally, the Untied States government took over the Popponessett Beach Tourist Camp in 1939 for amphibious training sessions. Norma Gresh, the founder of Hideaway Village, started the new condominium property on 14 acres of land as a camping area.
From that moment, the early campground began. It was a place where residents could escape to a peaceful environment and enjoy the sea air. Another 14 acres of land were added to the complex in 1943. Over the years, cottages were built on the land. In the 1980s, the earlier site was transformed into condominiums. The modern Hideaway Village Condominium Association was officially born. In total, there are 271 homes within the complex that are governed by a board of seven local owners. While it originally was a sunny, luxury resort for the summertime, many residents now live at the property throughout the year. No matter the season, residents can enjoy the cooling sea breeze and the beauty of the natural environment.
Amenities at the Condominium
Within the modern condominium, residents can find a number of luxurious amenities and features. This cottage colony consists of freestanding homes in a rustic ambiance. Placed within the Cape Cod landscape, these homes are connected to a private beach. Residents can enjoy kayaking, swimming and sunbathing on the ocean shore.
During warmer weather, residents can enjoy having plenty of green space and a wonderful location. From the private yards, residents can enjoy gorgeous views of the water. Plus, these yards are perfect for grilling or enjoying the sunshine. Residents can find homes in prices ranging from $100,000 to $200,000. Occasionally, there are even cottages available for under $100,000. These homes are designed with one or two bedrooms. Depending on the unit, residents will find 1 to 1.5 bathrooms. Each condo contains 440 to 650 square feet of living area.
Features to Fall in Love With
At this quaint, seaside property, residents will find a number of unique amenities. Within the complex, residents will find assigned parking spaces close to their unit. Plus, added parking is available for guests. Meanwhile, younger residents at the complex can enjoy having a children's play area.
Fro the complex, tenants can enjoy having many recreational options. The 280-acre Four Ponds Conservation is just a short distance away. Plus, residents can easily reach the Brookside Golf Club and Monument Beach. Within the property itself, residents can enjoy having their own beach and well-maintained sidewalks.
To make life a little easier for residents, the professional management team takes care of maintenance and repairs. The association fee covers the cost of rubbish and snow removal. In addition, the management team takes care of landscaping and road maintenance.
Boasting of a low association fee, these units are some of the most affordable condominiums that residents can find next to the beach. Designed to be exceptionally comfortable, these freestanding cottages offer a quaint, unique experience. Residents at the condos can enjoy beachfront living at its finest.