In addition to being conveniently located to cafes, shops, a museum, and movie theater, this Dennis Village 5BR, 4BA property is also close to one of Cape Cod's most iconic buildings, The Cape Playhouse. According to the listing, the historical residence, known as The James Howes House, is "stout, elegant, and well-preserved." Indeed, the "cedar shingles, three fireplaces and exquisite wood floors of beautiful King's Planks" plus newer kitchen are all rather lovely in a circa 1772-meets-2015 sort of way. Attached to the elegant main house is a separate in-law apartment with two bedrooms and one bath. Outside, the 1.65 acre spread includes a private swimming pool, deeded rights to a shared "nature area" and tennis court, and a licensed summer rental in the form of a two bedroom, one bath 1950s bungalow. The 243-year-old hit the market in May for $995,000, but quickly sliced its ask down to the current $945,000.