Experience Waterfront Luxury Living in Falmouth’s ‘The Beach House’ for $11 Million
$11,000,000 | Built 2009 | 4,244 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 22.9 Acres
8 Wigwam Rd, West Falmouth, MA 02540
Welcome to The Beach House, an exquisite waterfront property situated on nearly 23 acres in Falmouth, Massachusetts. With stunning views of Buzzards Bay, this shingle-clad Cape-style retreat features 4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 4,244 square feet of living space. The epitome of luxury living, this property offers a private beach and unparalleled beauty and elegance. With an asking price of $11 million, The Beach House is the perfect oasis for those seeking a serene and tranquil lifestyle in one of the most coveted locations in Falmouth.
From the listing: If there ever was the epitome of a beach house, this is it. Sited on an elevated peninsula reaching out from the Saconesset Hills between the Great and Little Sippewissett Marshes, The Beach House was created as a refuge from the cares of the world and as a gathering place for generations of family and friends. It is hard to imagine the time, money, and creativity that was required to create this incredibly unique property and now it is available for the next group of families, friends, or just you to enjoy. The property consists of extensive beach frontage, dunes, and marshlands. The offshore sand flats and tidal estuaries provide a natural wonderland for fly fishermen, bird watchers, shell collectors, and naturalists of all ages and interests.
The residence was built in 2009 and is a classic shingled gambrel Cape design with a living area of 4,244 square feet. It encompasses four bedrooms with five full baths and one half bath. It has an open flow to take advantage of the spectacular views across Buzzards Bay to the west and north along the beach and into the Great Sippewissett marsh. West Falmouth is a quaint historic village on the western coast of Cape Cod. It is readily accessible to shopping, recreational amenities, and is about 70 miles from the international airports in Boston and Providence. This spectacular retreat is on the market for $11 million with Stewart Young & Wade Staniar of LandVest, Inc. Photography by Halsey Fulton.