39 Tower Hill
Village Square offers garden-style condos in Barnstable in an ideal location. If the $260,000 to $315,000 price range suits your needs, this is a condo complex that should make your short list. Detached garages and assigned parking spaces help everyone safely park without any disruption. The condo fee that all owners pay handles the professional landscaping the keeps the community looking great, trash removal, and snow removal during the winter months so you won't have to worry about shoveling your car out after a storm. Basic cable service is included in the fee, and you also have extra storage at your disposal. Pets are welcome in this community, making your life here complete.
These townhouse-style condos not only feature an attractive exterior, but have all kinds of great features on the inside that make them worth your consideration. Large living room areas with picture windows provide the perfect setting for any gathering. Features like built-in bookshelves make it easier for you to display your favorite books and collectibles. You'll find storage underneath these shelves that helps you keep your living area tidy.
The kitchen is designed for the needs of a discriminating cook in mind. You not only have plenty of available counter space and quality appliances, but also have lighting underneath some of the cabinets, in addition to the overhead light. The dining area is spacious, just as the rest of the condo is, but also provides patio access if you like to include outdoor entertaining in your plans for the summer. One thing that you'll enjoy about the bedrooms is the space that they offer if you'd like to add your personal touches. These condos have classic-style light fixtures and other touches that remind you of historic homes, yet they have all the updated amenities that you want and need in a home.
With 42 units, the two story condo complex at 39 Tower Hill Road in Osterville, Massachusetts, projects a stately, refined air. Built in 1973, the exterior has a mixture of clapboard and wood shingles, and a freshly redone roof with tan shingles. Trees and trimmed bushes surround the perimeter of the structure, which has a number of setbacks and covered entryways to create a feeling of walking along a residential street. The units typically have two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and range in size from 900 square feet to 1,500 square feet. The average price range for these units is $250,000 to $370,000, and the monthly association fee is $510.
A 1,478 square foot unit has two bedrooms and two and half baths spread out over two stories. A concrete walkway leads from the street to the front door, which has a glass door in front of the wooden door. A small sheltered portico hangs over the front door. Inside, the interiors feature beautiful carpet and fresh plastered walls. Enormous windows provide views of the back of the complex, where garden plots and small back yards are common. The living room has a built in series of white shelves perfect for books or the display of other goods. The kitchen is a study in white, with an oven, a dishwasher, and a refrigerator blending in seamlessly to the white cabinetry above. Recessed lighting underneath the cabinets provides illumination to the both the appliances and the counter tops, making it easy to use the kitchen day or night. A large window at the side of the kitchen provides views of the adjoining yard. This leads into a dining area which is marked by the beautiful chandelier-like lighting fixture that hangs over the dining table.
The bedrooms feature more of the plush carpeting, as well as vintage wallpaper that features an elaborate, mesmerizing pattern. The master bedroom has its own private bath and walk in closet. Sliding glass doors lead to a private balcony. The guest bedroom features a more modern decor scheme; the wallpaper is replaced with pastel blues and whites that create a relaxing atmosphere, perfect for sleeping. In this additional bedroom, the ceiling dips in slightly to reflect the roof line.
The village of Osterville is located on Nantucket Sound, and as such boasts unparalleled views of the surrounding natural scenery. This scenery includes a catalogue of ponds, marshes, beaches, and bays, and the region is famous for its oyster harvests: called “Oysterville” in the 17th century, the village was once misspelled “Osterville” on a map and has been called by that name ever since. The village itself has a small business district that is filled with restaurants, a post office, art galleries, boutique stores, and a public library. A historical museum is also located within the town’s borders, and features an unmatched collection of wooden boats. There are numerous private parks and country clubs, and public showers on Dowses Beach. As with many of the villages on Cape Cod, the summer population considerably outnumbers the winter population, making this a destination spot for seasonal visitors.
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