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Why Doesn't Anyone Want Truro's Octagon House?

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Here now, the understatement of the day: "This unique octagon home is one of kind!" Indeed, this Truro abode is more like eight of a kind, or something along those lines.

We first wrote about the 3BR, 3BA back in September 2013 when the 2,229-square-footer hit the market for $859,000. To refresh, the house was built in 1981 (shocker, right?) and sits on .79 acres. Here's how the listing breaks it all down:

Thoughtfully designed to feature the natural light through the extensive use of glass highlighting the natural surroundings and beautiful Corn Hill vistas. The floor plan encompasses an open concept kitchen, dinning, and living with soaring cathedral ceilings and a dramatically designed circular stair case leading to the second floor. There is a spacious master bedroom with bath located on the first floor and two bedrooms and two baths on the second floor. The den on the second floor leads out to a spacious deck. The house was ideally positioned on the lot to create complete privacy. There is a large in ground pool and lovely gardens to enjoy as well as deeded access to beach 500 feet away.Alas, 9 Corn Hill Landing has yet to land a buyer. The Outer Cape octagon returned to market this week and is now yours for a slightly reduced $825,000.
· Listing: 9 Corn Hill Landing, Truro [Kinlin Grover Real Estate]
· Octagon House in Truro Hits the Market for $859K [Curbed Cape Cod]