17 & 20 Seabury Point, Duxbury
Unlike any other property in Duxbury, this spectacular, sprawling waterfront estate offers scenic beauty, historic charm and upscale amenities. There are two separately deeded lots being sold together, which include a renovated barn/carriage house as well as a totally rehabbed guest house.
Built in 1787, the antique Cape was originally owned by John Alden, the great grandson of the famed John Alden who sailed on the Mayflower, and it has been completely remodeled during the last five years. The home has six functioning fireplaces and original pine and repurposed wood floors, a chef’s kitchen with high-end stainless-steel appliances and granite countertops.
The barn on the property, which dates to the 1800s, was completely rehabbed by the current owners. New additions included a half bathroom with a glistening reproduction trough sink, a loft sleeping area with custom balustrades and decorative jellyfish pendant lights.
The gently rolling acreage is accented with stone walls and specimen plantings. In addition to panoramic water views, residents enjoy deeded water access at the end of the cul-de-sac.
The ultimate entertaining home, there is a heated pool that can be used year-round and an outdoor kitchen with all bells and whistles including pizza oven.
Living Area: 4,870 square feet
Bathrooms: 3 full /3 half
Lot size: 2.77 acres
Listing Agent: Marcy Richardson,
William Raveis, 617-513-2242,