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Barnstable Village Dairy Barn Turned House Asks $850K

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Adaptive reuse lovers, rejoice! This Barnstable Village barn "was originally part of a 300 acre dairy farm built by Captain Daniel Bacon in 1832" and was moved to its current location in the 1970s where it was converted into a single family home. The 4,314 square foot space is now a 4BR, 4.5BA with a study, formal dining room, living room, chef's kitchen, sun porch, and entertainment room with a raised fireplace and wet bar. In addition, the post & beam offers views of Cape Cod Bay from a very cool third floor cupola. The .52 acre property sits on historic Main Street/Route 6A/the Old King's Highway and has walkability to the beach, Barnstable Harbor, a playground, and village amenities. Asking price is $850,000.

· Listing: 3400 Route 6A, Barnstable Village [Zillow]
· The Lowdown on Cape & Islands Historic Districts [Curbed Cape Cod]