On the Market: A Cape Cod National Seashore Hideaway
This funky '70s abode in Truro is nestled between kettle ponds and the ocean.
175 Slough Pond Road, Truro
Size: 1,686 square feet
Known for its miles-long, uninterrupted stretches of sand, the Cape Cod National Seashore holds a special place in the hearts of New Englanders. It’s not home to many houses for a variety of reasons, which make the ones that are still standing a rare breed.
This four-bedroom for sale in Truro is one of those gems. Nestled between kettle ponds and the ocean—among a lush grove of pitch pines and scrub oaks—the contemporary hideaway has bones dating to 1975. It’s situated on the surf side of the Outer Cape, and boasts panoramic views of the Atlantic from a row of sliding glass doors. Inside, the abode offers an art studio and an open-concept living and dining area with a wood stove and built-in bookshelves. Its sliding doors lead to a series of multi-level decks, an outdoor shower, a trellised carport, and a tool shed.
Best of all? The place comes with 55 feet of coastal frontage on Newcomb Hollow Beach.
For information, G. Stewart Young, LandVest, Inc., landvest.com.