Cape Cod Home
Now that the summer is here Cape Cod becomes that wonderful place to enjoy. The minute you drive over the Cape Cod Canal using the Sagamore or Bourne bridge you can feel the air change and the stress leave your body. You start to think about how soon you will be in shorts and walking along the beach, the feeling of the sea breeze, the smell of the salt air, and the incredible seafood dinner that awaits! It’s amazing how all of this happens as you cross the bridge and head to your Cape Cod Home. Cape Cod Realtors offer Cape Cod Homes for Sale at affordable price.
As you continue driving to your Cape Cod location you pass many Cape Cod real estate signs and start to think about how nice it would be to own a Cape Cod Home. Whether it’s a year-round home or summer home it would be your Cape Cod dream home. It would be a place you could look forward to coming to, a place that would enter your mind when thinking about enjoying time with your family.
Whether you start in Bourne or make your way to Falmouth or continue to the outer Cape the summer brings so much of the Cape to you and your family. The Cape Cod waterfront has so much to offer and includes boating, beaches, swimming, fishing, harbors, sunsets, sea breezes, walking, wildlife, tranquility, and endless water views and all of this is new depending on whether you spend your time on a marsh, inlet, pond, bay, canal, ocean, or harbor.
Harbors bring the sounds and bustle of boating as people get ready for their Cape Cod waterfront adventure. It could be just relaxing and enjoying a drink while taking in the salt air and breeze on a warm day while moving through the water and taking in the sights of the coast. It could be a trip to the islands, Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket where you can stop in to enjoy the shops, restaurants, and island way of life. Or your boating adventure could be a fishing trip or whale watch.
In Falmouth, you have the opportunity of using the bike path which allows you to walk or bike along much of the Falmouth waterfront. It also provides you a way to get a sneak peek at some of the Cape Cod Home Waterfront Falmouth real estate just in case you are interested. The Falmouth bike path works its way to the village of Woods Hole giving you access to restaurants like the Landfall, Captain Kidd, Quick’s Tavern, and others. You can sit at the water’s edge and then stroll to the shops or aquarium or watch the draw bridge open or the Ferry come in from Martha’s Vineyard. If you would like to continue on the bike path you can detour into downtown Falmouth and enjoy all kinds of shops and restaurants where you can eat Italian at LaCucinasul Mare, or Mexican at Anejo, or stop in at the Quarterdeck for seafood or burgers, or go back in time at Betsy’s Diner. You can also visit the many beaches along the south and western coasts of this seaside town. Windsurf at Chapaquoit beach, enjoy the soft powder sand at Old Silver beach, walk along Surf drive beach especially when you are in need of a bath house, or enjoy Falmouth Heights with the beach and restaurants only footsteps away.
If you feel like opting for a quieter day you may want to poke around in some of the marsh areas in Sippewisset or the Waquoit Estuary where you can view all kinds of sea and bird wildlife. However, should you want a more active day take the Island Queen ferry from Falmouth Harbor to Martha’s Vineyard. Here you can do plenty of walking, have lunch, and when you get back and know that you want your own Cape Cod Home, a Falmouth Homes for sale, you can walk to the other side of the harbor and visit Kinlin Grover Real Estate, the Falmouth Real Estate office that can help find what you are looking for. There are offices in every Cape Cod town should you decide to expand your search on old Cape Cod. Visit the website http://CapeCodDreamHomes.com for more info on restaurants, shopping, boating, beaches, golf, biking, and real estate on Cape Cod.