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All Things Gatsby

Real estate listings have been using The Great Gatsby to describe certain ritzy properties ever since the novel debuted, or so it seems. With the new film adaptation out this Friday, we thought we'd check in on a property we wrote about in September, "a quintessential summer house" just over the bridge in Wareham. "Reminiscent of the grandeur of the Gatsby era," the 13-room waterfront estate built in 1926 had been asking $2,650,000. Alas, it's still available with that same price tag. Perhaps the pricechopper thinks the film might help lure in a deep-pocketed, traffic-averse buyer? [Curbed Cape Cod; Zillow]