A reader hit the tipline to let us know that Chatham's priciest teardown has found a buyer. We wrote about the wrecking ball magnet when it debuted on the market in May with a $4,795,000 asking price, making 80 Quasson Road one of the most expensive teardown listings on Cape Cod. Naturally, there were no interior photos of the 1979 contemporary, just shots of the "Stunning panoramic Pleasant Bay, Outer Beach and Atlantic Ocean views." By mid-July, a priceupper brought the ask for the .54 waterfront acres to a whopping $4,999,000. Clearly, that Jedi mind trick worked because a buyer snatched up the spread this week for $3,500,000. Hence, a new mindbogglingly expensive potential teardown has hit the market to take its place.
According to the brokerbabble for 74 Sears Point Road, there are two adjoining lots on 6.6 acres featuring 350-feet of water frontage with "arresting panoramas of Stage Harbor and beyond." Again, there are no interior photos of this 1959 Cape, but the listing isn't entirely ready to knock the place down: "This unbeatable setting offers exceptional potential to built a dramatic dream estate or to reinvent the old." Either way, we're pretty sure the $7,500,000 asking price makes this the Cape's new most expensive teardown.
· Listing: 74 Sears Point Road, Chatham [Realtor.com]
· Listing: 80 Quasson Road, Chatham [ERA Cape Real Estate]
· Is This Cape Cod's Priciest Teardown? [Curbed Cape Cod]