This drop-dead gorgeous abode sits on the bluffs of Truro "with captivating water views and sunsets from every room across Cape Cod Bay to Provincetown's Long Point Lighthouse." Not surprisingly, it's the most expensive listing in town.
The "new construction" (as in 2010) 4,621 square footer sits on 1.05 acres and features 12 rooms with four bedrooms, three and half baths. Here's how the listing breaks it down:
This architectural Shingle Style gem is built for luxury with high-end amenities and detail, while capturing the serenity of a Cape Cod beach house. The great room is impressive and inviting with a 16-foot ship's ceiling and gas fireplace. Adjacent is a dining room and a nearby open gourmet cook's kitchen, which leads into a stone floor solarium with radiant heat where you can enjoy the views in all seasons. A master suite and a private study with adjacent mudroom completes the first floor. Classic Nantucket beadboard walls and ceilings accent three spacious bedrooms and a private reading room on the second floor. Take in panoramic views of the National Seashore from the third floor lighthouse room and enjoy the waterfront from the property's expansive decks and a private stairway to your own 150 foot private sandy beach and mooring. There's no mention of a home gym, but perhaps the feel-the-burn schlep to and from the beach stands in for the plug-in stair climber, elliptical and Pilates contraptions. The lighthouse room is something we'd never heard of before, yet it totally sounds like something a pricey waterfront listing should have, right? Asking price for all of the above is $3,995,000.
· Listing: On The Bluffs of Truro [Robert Paul Properties]