This west-facing summer home with a fabulous sandy beach on Buzzards Bay in Bourne, Massachusetts includes a boathouse/garage and private dock on a protected cove.
Designed by famous Boston architect, William Gibbons Preston, this historic home is considered the first ”Bungalow” style home ever to be built in America and is believed to have been built in 1840.
Enclosed and open wrap-around porches are perfect for taking in the beautiful views,sunsets, and fabulous sea breezes.
The spacious interior features a grand entry foyer.
The formal living room and dining rooms have French doors.
The updated but vintage style kitchen has multiple pantries, adjacent laundry, and half baths.
The first-floor two-room bedroom suite with sitting room and full bath.
The second and third floors include six more spacious bedrooms and four more baths.
This home is listed for $2.395 million with Kinlin Grover Real Estate, an affiliate of Luxury Portfolio International®.
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