What with an unseasonably cold start to spring, it’s hard to believe vacation time is just around the corner. But if you want to spend this summer in your own Cape Cod home, and buy before the almost certain Federal interest rate hike, it’s time to get moving.
A former RV park in Dennisport is being transformed into Cape Cod's first new oceanfront cottage community in more than 50 years. Heritage Sands, a joint venture between CapeBuilt Development, LLC and MS Ocean View, LLC, is in its second of three phases of construction on just under eight acres overlooking Nantucket Sound
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CapeBuilt Development LLC has appointed Renee Hansen operations manager. Hansen oversees the sales team and coordinates all aspects of real estate development between and among design, manufacturing, on-site construction and marketing teams. CapeBuilt is the developer of Heritage Sands, an oceanfront Cape Cod cottage community in Dennis Port, Mass.
Operations Manager at CapeBuilt Development, LLC.
Renee Hansen oversees the sales team and coordinates all aspects of real estate development between and among design, manufacturing, on-site construction and marketing teams. CapeBuilt is developer of Heritage Sands, an oceanfront Cape Cod cottage community in Dennis Port, Mass.
For Immediate Release
Heritage Sands Oceanfront Cottage Community in Dennis Port Leads the Mid-Cape in Sales
Entering Phase 2 of Development Nearly 30 Cottages Have Already Been Sold
DENNIS PORT, Mass. (September 23, 2014) – Heritage Sands, Cape Cod’s first new oceanfront cottage
community in more than 50 years, is outselling other residential developments in the Mid-Cape region
and ranks second in sales on all of Cape Cod, according to an MLS analysis. Thus far, project sales total
Maynard, MA JM Coull received its ABC National Safety Excellence Award for 2016. In order to be eligible, firms must have achieved a 2016 ABC Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) Award at the Diamond, Platinum, or Gold level. JMC was qualified at the Diamond level. JMC has achieved Diamond status for the last six years.
Developers are working on a new Cape Cod, Massachusetts, community that consists of 63 small cottages that are being built with sustainable features and modular technology.
“Set among the sand dunes of Old Wharf Road in Dennis Port, Massachusetts, these one-, two- and three-bedroom homes combine classic architecture, hurricane code coastal construction, smart design, energy-efficient systems and the community fabric that has defined ‘cottage living’ on Cape Cod for generations,” the developer, CapeBuilt Development, said.
For Immediate Release:
Heritage Sands Offers Cape Cod’s First New Oceanfront Cottage
Community in 50 Years
DENNISPORT, Cape Cod, Mass. (Feb. 12, 2014) – “The Cottage” – that quintessential home for
summertime memories across generations - has returned to the Cape Cod seashore. Heritage Sands,
Cape Cod’s first new oceanfront cottage community in more than 50 years, is now offering 63 smart,
sustainable, and beautifully crafted cottages on nearly 8 acres overlooking Nantucket Sound – prime
beachfront real estate that for decades has been the exclusive domain of coastal “McMansions” and
trophy homes. At prices starting around $350,000, beachfront ownership is again within reach.
Now that summer is just around the corner, it’s finally time for the salty wind and sunkissed skin that Cape Cod is known for. This home is one of the 63 cottages that will be coming to the Heritage Sands development at 61 Old Wharf Road in Dennis Port.
Mike Trafton bought a house in a suburb of Boise, Idaho, where he plans to retire. He made the deal without signing a stack of mortgage papers.
Trafton, 55, and his wife Cindy, 54, paid $400,000 in cash for the 3,200-square-foot house in Eagle after selling their 4,400-square-foot home in a Portland, Oregon, suburb for $680,000. Like a growing number of baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, the Traftons had no desire to get a mortgage.