Life at Heritage Sands is what “Your place on the Cape” has meant to families for generations. … A cottage that is your second home … Summer gatherings and weekend escapes with friends and family … A private sandy beach just steps from your door … Nantucket Sound sunsets … Coffee and the newspaper on a lazy Sunday morning … The backdrop for memories that will be shared by generations … A family heirloom. Old Wharf Road was the birthplace of Cape Cod’s “cottage colonies.” Families first discovered Dennis Port’s oceanfront campgrounds in the 1930s. Then year after year, family stays became longer, friendships with fellow “campers” became stronger, and Army tents evolved into simple cottages as families established their “place on the Cape” living alongside friends and family. These historic cottage colonies still exist along Old Wharf Road, and many of families that live there today have been returning there for generations. The qualities that define Dennis port’s historic cottage colonies could not be found in new construction … until now. Heritage Sands combines classic architecture, hurricane-code coastal construction, smart design, energy efficient systems, and the community fabric that has defined Cape Cod cottage colonies. Cottages are clustered around common greens to create “pocket neighborhoods,” and crushed shell paths wind down to over 600 feet of private beach. A community clubhouse and pool can play host to larger family functions, inter-cottage water volleyball games, or a quick workout before a guilt-free day of lounging.