This restored and renovated Arts and Crafts treasure is sited majestically on private Racing Beach, facing west over Buzzards Bay sunsets. Built in 1937 by Harvard Professor Rand, an authority on acoustics, the house was designed with a large atrium to permit his organ music to float over the water. This home was loved by several families, but it was the current owners who magnificently restored its original design, adding Arts and Crafts details, and enlarging the house, such as adding a fifth bedroom and new eat-in kitchen and enhancing outdoor living with an exterior dining area with fireplace, pool and patio with waterfall. Throughout this gracious home, C.H. Newton's renovations have refined this property with fine materials and architectural details. This is a stately home for a discerning buyer. List of improvements available.
Old King’s Highway is a historic corridor that parallels Cape Cod Bay. The four-century history of Cape Cod can be pegged along its route, from cemetery plots dating back to the 1600s and sea captain mansions from the 1800s to contemporary cafes and clam shacks.Read more about luxury homes in Cape Cod