Let's take a look around listing photos from Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket to find examples of the strangest, the weirdest and the most terrible of them all. Come across one that we missed? Hit the always anonymous tipline!
According to the brokerbabble for this $499,000 Orleans listing, the 13 room Victorian was "Built in the time of Abraham Lincoln..." You know, back in 1850 when Lincoln was toiling away as an Illinois prairie lawyer prior to landing the big gig. As an homage, all 2,940 sq. ft. of this house has been decorated in the ever popular Early American Clutter style, including the above attic.
This $1,099,000 Provincetown listing is filled with some rather lovely art, including a few featuring men in their birthday suits. However, were it not for the all important corner shot, we might have missed seeing this one.
Is this finished basement in East Falmouth 420-friendly or is that just a red goblet on the coffee table?
"Pick up the bike trail and ride the canal." Or, pick up whatever's falling off the back of the house.
Centerville cathedral ceilings and counter clutter, asking $279,000.