Now that summer is just around the corner, it’s finally time for the salty wind and sunkissed skin that Cape Cod is known for. This home is one of the 63 cottages that will be coming to the Heritage Sands development at 61 Old Wharf Road in Dennis Port.
These open-concept design cottages are in pre-construction phase, as the developers are constructing them as they are being sold, with the first being sold last summer and 20 cottages currently under agreement. “I’ve been selling in Cape Cod for over 25 years, and I’d be challenged to find any property like this” says Realty Executives listing agent Mike Degnan.
Typical to resort zoning, the homes are sold for the summer months, with no restrictions from April 1 to October 31, and four days every 30-day period, so you can head out to the Cape for Thanksgiving or pile your January and February days and get away for school vacation week.
Thanks to the high criteria of the construction code—including one-bedroom lofts as well as two- and three-bedroom homes—these properties have incredible kitchens, porches, and close access to Nantucket Sound, with the beach is just a few steps down the winding crushed shell paths leading to over 600 feet of private beach with access to three jetties.
The greater Heritage Sands development will also feature a gated private pool, a covered veranda, and community clubhouse with a catering kitchen and lounge for neighborhood gatherings and private parties, as well as a gym.
“You’re getting that new property with all of the modern conveniences that in an absolutely great location” says Degnan. “It would be difficult to find a new property on the water like this, there’s really nothing like it.”
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