Although the renovation of this "historic jewel" won't be completed until next week, the circa 1840 Sandwich Village property has already flipped onto the market. The Lieutenant James O'Neill House sits on .08 acres and fits two bedrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms into its soon-to-be completely renovated 720 square feet. Updates include a new roof, deck, kitchen, bathrooms, and "wide pine floors from NC tobacco mill." In addition, the location at 9 Georges Rock Road offers gorgeous marsh views and is within "walking distance to the famed Sandwich boardwalk and village shops and restaurants." The 175-year-old spent nearly three years in search of a buyer before changing hands in August 2014 for $255,000. As of this week, the Upper Cape antique is yours for $350,000.