Osterville, Ma Real Estate News and More

The current real estate market in #Osterville is hot for sellers who have an in town location at an affordable price. By affordable I mean 400k-600k. I know to some that is not affordable but for retirees and second home buyers in Osterville that is what you will pay. You can go here:  https://www.homesnap.com/homes_for_sale/Cape_Cod/Barnstable_Town/02655/23282#zl_13/c_41.63386174833356,-70.39543500000002 to see what is available and what the cost is. You will see if you are not within walking distance to the village the prices go down.  You can still find a nice home but it will cost you less.

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Osterville Village home. Walk to town. Beautiful yard on quiet side street. Easy walk to Joshua's Pond. Close to Dowses. Go here to view: http://p.flexmls.com/pattyradford/portal/shared-link/zDNt/detail/20170712204858761479000000?_filter=SharedLink%20Eq%20%27zDNt%27

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You can also search all homes on Cape Cod from there. Then Call Patty at Radford Realty Group with any questions or to set up a time to see homes. Let me know if you need an experienced Buyer's Agent with knowledge of the area. 77-836-0062 is my cell.

Micah’s Pond In Osterville is a hideaway from the bustling Mid-Cape beaches.  http://www.capecodtimes.com/article/20010729/news01/307299978

Micah’s Pond is an anomaly it is a picturesque kettle pond almost untouched by development.

The land surrounding the pond is located  between Pond Street, Josh Lumbert Road and Old Mill Road, was purchased for $10 million by the town of Barnstable in 1988 for conservation and municipal use. Since then, town officials have discussed using part of the purchase for affordable housing units, but no specific plans exist yet. Read here for all the details: http://www.capecodtimes.com/article/20010729/news01/307299978