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1890s Stable-Turned-Carriage House in Falmouth Asks $3M


Here's a sprawling new listing by way of Falmouth Village that's sure to please adaptive reuse aficionados, brick buffs, walkability worshippers, and many more. Located on the edge of Palmer's Pond and just "a short walk to downtown, harbor and beach," this stately 1895 brick stable was converted to a five bedroom, five bath carriage house in the mid-1980s. While the horses are long gone, the 6,547 square foot home still has "many of its original features including exposed brick and wood walls, floors, wainscoting and stable stanchions." Outside, there's a patio and multiple decks, including one right on the pond. The rather lovely .8 acre estate "with incredible views of Vineyard Sound" is asking $2,999,500.

· Listing: 68 Waterside Avenue, Falmouth [Robert Paul Properties and Zillow]