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Brewster, MA

Brewster, Massachusetts 02631

Barnstable County, Lower Cape Cod

Brewster, Massachusetts, nestled on the serene shores of Cape Cod Bay, is a hidden gem in the world of coastal real estate. This charming town offers a diverse range of real estate opportunities, from historic sea captain's homes to modern waterfront estates. Brewster's unique appeal lies in its balance of preserved natural beauty and a thriving real estate market. Imagine owning a piece of this coastal paradise, where your backyard might extend to pristine tidal flats, tranquil freshwater ponds, or private beaches along the bay. Brewster's real estate caters to a wide spectrum of preferences, making it an alluring destination for those seeking a quintessential Cape Cod lifestyle.

Brewster, MA

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Villages:  The town consists of two villages West and East Brewster.

Neighborhood:  A delightful, classic town on Cape Cod Bay with a rich history of wealthy sea captains who built many of the stately homes which are now some of the town's inns and B&Bs.

Attractions:   Cape Cod Rail Trail, Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters

Golf: The Captains Golf Course, The Captains Golf Course, Ocean Edge Back 9 Course, Cape Cod National Course

Beaches:  Crosby Landing Beach

Parks & Recreation: Paine's Creek

Historical sites / Museums: Capt. Elijah Cobb House, 1795 Higgins Farm Windmill

One of the distinctive aspects of Brewster's real estate is its commitment to preserving the town's historic character. Many homes in Brewster maintain their classic Cape Cod charm, with well-preserved features such as cedar shingle siding and white picket fences. The town's location along Cape Cod's historic King's Highway adds to its appeal, offering a blend of old-world charm and modern amenities. Whether you're searching for a cozy cottage, an elegant family home, or a waterfront estate with panoramic views, Brewster's real estate market reflects the town's dedication to maintaining its unique identity while offering a wide array of options for those looking to make Cape Cod their home.

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