Dennis, MA —
The Perfect Cape Cod Village Center

Intricate traces of our nation’s history can be found all over the village of Dennis. Even the street names, Whig St., Pilgrim Road, Nobscusset Road, to name a few, tell a story. Around every bend there seems to be some relic, whether it’s the 300-year-old Josiah Dennis Manse, home of the town’s namesake, or the 300 million year old Hokum Rock named after the Native Americans who lived here.

"Move closer to historic Route 6A to where 19th-century weather-wise sea captains built their homes"

The center of town is anchored by the 23-acre campus of the Cape Cod Center of the Arts, which includes the Cape Museum of Art, The Cape Cinema, and The Cape Playhouse. The Center is conveniently flanked by a delicious variety of options for dining, cocktails, and ice cream. (Pro tip: Go to Harvest Gallery and Wine Bar and try the Cape House martini!).

"Every fifteen minutes if the wind is right, the Westminster bell chimes "

Featured Listings

154 Mayfair Rd, Dennis (South Dennis), MA

Calling all my Bass River boaters! Come and get yourself a Cape house that leaves enough in the budget for a new boat too. This adorable ranch is a one-minute drive to the Follins Pond boat launch and 2 minutes to Mayfair Boatyard. Both will get you out to Nantucket Sound in a matter of minutes. There's even a spot on the side of the house that is just right to park a trailer. Inside enjoy the comforts of air conditioning, extra water filtration and other details that come with an overall well-tended home. The fireplace is the centerpiece, with its back to the kitchen adding texture and (literally) warmth to the eat-in kitchen. Out on the deck look out over your .35 acre yard surrounded by woods. So private and peaceful. A big walkout basement with full size windows could be finished for even more space to enjoy your slice of Cape Cod.

303 Red Top Rd, Brewster, MA

With a magical combination of soul, substance, and polish, this builder's home is unmatched on Cape Cod. There's a feeling you get as soon as you turn into the winding, tree-line driveway. At the end, the forest opens up just enough to hold this home and its bright sunny back yard. Very deliberate elements of design are evident inside and out. From the flat croquet field, to the tucked in reading nook, to the built in curios scattered in the walls. There is even a secret door... Laid out to accommodate the most casual hangout to the most formal holiday meal, you get the feeling that everyone is welcome. And practically speaking, space was made over the garage for a quiet office with its own entrance, and on the finished lower level you can either lean hard into a workout in the fitness room or flop yourself down on a couch in front of the TV. Want a pool? With 1.4 acres of land you probably have your choice of where to put one. (**NO drive-bys**. Long, private driveway)
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