While this newly listed Wellfleet abode may not be the wackiest contemporary or most treehouse-inspired property to hit the Cape Cod market, it certainly won't be mistaken for run-of-the-mill.
Usually, we'd leave out the basement utility photos, but that orange is rather eye-catching and, apparently, high end. Here's how the brokerbabble sums up the spread:
A nature lover's paradise, that truly brings the outdoors in. Featuring tremendous character and a unique layout, this home lends itself to those with an artful eye and an appreciation for design and clean lines. Feeling more like a tree house, your attention is drawn outside, as you gaze through large South facing windows that welcome the sunlight and breezes. The interior is paired with natural materials of concrete and warm wood and invite a sense of calm and ease. Top of the line appliances and utilities make this energy efficient home comfortable and desirable for year round use. This is a special property to be matched with the right buyer who will be delighted by its many features.If treehouse means a place with lots of steps on .98 woodsy acres, then 340 Coles Neck Road certainly passes the muster. Built in 1999, the 1,480-square-footer has 3BR (is that nook room with the beam an actual bedroom?) and 1.5BA, plus an obligatory (for the Cape) outdoor shower. Asking price is $475,000.
· Listing: 340 Coles Neck Road, Wellfleet [Kinlin Grover Real Estate]
· Wacky, Chappy & Treehouse-Inspired PriceChops [Curbed Cape Cod]