Inquiring brokerbabble wants to know "Doesn't the lead pic remind you of a Jimmy Buffet Album Cover?" Unfortunately, our lack of Parrot Head credentials precludes us from answering such a question, but we will say that the Centerville spread known as The Camp does have a certain gulf and western vibe. Regardless, the 3BD, 1BA cottage on Lake Wequaquet was built in 1923 by the seller's grandparents with just one handsaw, which is proudly displayed on the kitchen wall, for likely far less than you paid for your smartphone. In addition to the 1,024 square foot abode, the .19 acre property features 70-feet of frontage on a "no Jet Skis allowed" inlet and a year round dock. Per the listing, the rustic digs can sleep six and rent (to non-jellyfish) for $1,800 a week. As for ownership, wasting away again in C-Ville, searching for your lost shaker of salt was asking $650,000 in 2014, but returned this week hoping for $549,000.
· Listing: 100 Point of Pines Avenue, Centerville [Kinlin Grover Real Estate]