Located in the village on a tidal cove, this seasonal home is off the beaten path on a quiet dead end paved street. Oriented south, there is a yard on the shore for gardens, that also includes a small shop building. Built in the 19th Century, the owner has replaced the
roof, the windows, 90% of the electrical, a floor with wide pine boards, and two new chimneys. Town water and sewer are a plus. Across the cove in plain view is a town park.
Once a B & B, this three story circa 1870 Gothic Victorian is on on a quiet tree lined village side street. It's lot has frontage on two town roads, in front, and off the back yard. Much renovation inside and out has been done by the current owner, including a new hot air furnace, and a new stainless steel liner in the chimney. Extensive siding repair has been done. Surrounding homes in the neighborhood are also all 19th Century classics, and in very good condition. The attached barn with finished loft is a real plus. With permits, this property is a candidate for a multi-family home.
This estimated 14+/- acres is being created out of a larger lot, (Town tax map 11, lot 32). It is bounded on the east by approx. 650 Feet on tidal Seal cove, on the north by a brook, on the west by A. W. Smith Road (private), and on the south by a surveyed line of a separate property. Once part of an old farm, it is mostly one big field from one end to the other. Being very rare on the island is the oak forest on the northern end. The shore is restricted by a Resource Protection Zone (steep slope), but building sites can be placed on top of the hill overlooking the cove, or in the vast field. There is a septic design completed for a 2- 3 bedroom home on the north end of the field. The portion of lot 32 for sale is illustrated by a "non transit" surveyor's plan. (available from agent)
(SALE PENDING) Conveniently Located in the village, this 6.9 acre 19th century abandoned quarry property is composed of two lots. The one on Harbor Road has a soil test for a new home. Big blocks, and square cut slabs of cut gray granite are everywhere around its shores, and in the woods. The setting is peaceful, and unique.
Listing price.......................................... $125,000
SOLD...Although the the seller had installed a new septic system, drilled well, new wiring, new plumbing, a new kitchen, insulation, and bathroom, a little more renovation was needed. Private, and out of town on a small manageable lot. This is an early 19th century post and beam Cape Cod style with exposed beams.
SOLD........With 2 soil tests, a survey, and tidal waterfront bordering Mills Pond, and Mills stream at the back of the property, there are several possible building sites. A fresh water brook flows through to a grassy salt water marsh to the shore. It had been divided on paper into two lots, but sold as one.
This agency acted as a buyer's broker in the preparation of the offer, and negotiation of the contract to the final sale. Note: The closed in porch was opened up after the purchase restoring the whole appearance of the house to what it once looked like. Now from the porch, the expansive lawn, and a narrow view of Carver's Pond are visible.
This was a bank owned property as the result of foreclosure. Harrison Realty acted as a buyer's broker in this transaction. With a little repair this will be a working efficient village home again. The previous owner had installed a new hot air furnace, new hot water heater, new vinyl replacement windows, new kitchen cabinets, and a new fuel tank. It was in "almost move in condition".
With a newer lined chimney, newer hot air furnace, newer hot water heater, and newer fuel tank/lines,this village home is within walking distance to everything in town. What is for sale is unusual in that it is only the left half of this big house. The deeded boundary is an interior wall dividing it down the middle through the front door, not the addition behind the glassed in porch as pictured. Although a septic system is on the property, it should be replaced, and a new septic design for 2 bedrooms has been completed.
Another feature is the driveway access by a prescriptive right for the past 60 years. It is set back from School Street by about 150 feet, affording more privacy. The owner had a recent survey completed, and available for your review .