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Neo-classical meets Cape Cod on Yarrow Point

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Offices and closets for two, a modern trend

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Mix neo-classical and Cape Cod to get a $2,798,000 house on Yarrow Point. For that neighborhood, consider it a bargain because you aren’t paying for waterfront, which means you get more style for your money.

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While it looks classic, the house is fairly modern, built in 1994. Instant On fireplaces provide the look and feel of a country estate, but without the smoke and mess. The tone is subtle elegance, with ornamentation that enhances the spaces without drawing attention to itself.

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NWMLS / Realogics Sotheby's

The kitchen also has a country feel, and is ready to service a more formal dining space as well as a breakfast nook. It is equipped, however, with a six burner cooktop and double oven, plenty of capacity for creating feasts.

There’s more to the four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms than just some numbers and walls. Heated floors in the shower are a welcome luxury. But, there’s probably more room devoted to the massive closets.

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There are two offices, too. Pairs of offices are becoming common as work progresses into homes. A more relaxed addition is an upstairs with just enough room for the shelves, some chairs, and another fireplace. A cozy place to retreat to, maybe even a room where the internet isn’t a distraction.

NWMLS / Realogics Sotheby's

The 4,246 square foot house sits amidst formal gardens. A broad patio provides a venue for entertaining. Check to see if one of the sitting areas is equipped with a fire pit, or a gas-fired feature for late night conversations, after our weather clears.