When you think about a private island with a home being sold on it, your first thought may be for a property in Bermuda, The Bahamas, or Turks & Caicos all where we have Sothebys International Realty affiliates. Well, this private island that has just come on the market is actually closer to home and is off of Cape Cod!
A massive 10-acres of well manicured grounds with a 5,870 square foot home is represented by Jack Cotton Jr. of Sothebys International Realty. Mr. Cotton, who just recently visited with our team at Gibson Sothebys International Realty earlier in the month for a presentation on luxury real estate, has appropriately priced this marvelous listing at $8.695 Million. Known as Fox Island, the property is officially a part of Cape Cods Osterville village that makes up the city of Banstable.
The Cape Cod-style home itself was built in 1973 and is in good condition and benefits from 360-degrees of waterfront views as well as scenic views over to North Bay and Dam Pond. The property even has a saltwater pool for times when you are not enjoying swimming in the ocean. With its very own nature preserve on the island, there is 2,500 feet of pure and untouched ocean frontage and 400 feet of private beachfront on North Bay. A deep water dock is ideal for those with boats of any size, and allows individuals to cruise off into Dam Pond with access to multiple bays and Nantucket Sound all being close by. In addition, when not being approached by water, one can gain access to this property via driving over a private 300-foot long causeway. As a property so unique in such a spectacular location, this home is sure to attract a great deal of much deserved attention.
More Information: Wall Street Journal