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Woods Hole Beauty With Observation Cupola Takes $1.1M Chop

It's been almost a year since we first wrote about the Woods Hole beauty at 39 Juniper Point Road. While the place is still stunning, a tipster let us know that a recent meeting with the PriceChopper has brought the ask for the waterfront estate down by over a million dollars.

While the previous listing gushed over "heartwood oak flooring, a California redwood staircase, Arts and Crafts chandeliers galore, marble and porcelain tile fireplace surrounds, carved mantles, and an iconic four-story tower with observation cupola," the latest brokerbabble includes a new historical fun fact:

Built in 1885 and extensively renovated in 1910 by the noted firm of Purcell and Elmslie, the 10 bed, 6 1/2 bath residence is sited on 1.9± acres with deeded rights to private sandy beach and dock on Little Harbor. The property was chosen as the summer White House by President Woodrow Wilson. Within walking distance to Woods Hole village, the property is also convenient by car and bus to major airports in Providence and Boston. Take that, Martha's Vineyard! Speaking of the island neighbor, the waterfront spread has some rather incredible "views from Juniper Point across Woods Hole Passage and a panorama from Nobska Lighthouse to Martha's Vineyard." Asking price is now $5,300,000.
· Listing: Juniper Point [LandVest and Redfin]
· Woods Hole Beauty With Observation Cupola Asks $6.4M [Curbed Cape Cod]