Located on desirable Ram Island along a private road facing Mashomack Preserve, this iconic 1934 cape is being offered as a package with three additional lots, one with guest cottage and garage and two vacant lots each approximately .27+/- acres. From a gentle elevation with stone patio and steps leading to the shoreline with fieldstone bulkhead and floating dock, the perspective from this well cared for 1,222+/- sq. ft. cottage is serene and reminiscent of another era. A four season sunroom with sitting room, dining area and windows on three sides has an open view to the harbor. The living room has a fireplace and original wood walls with an adjacent pass-through kitchen renovated in 2008 with updated appliances and country cabinets. Two guest bedrooms are off the living room, each with original built-in nautical style bureaus, as well as an updated powder room. The second floor has a dedicated master suite with water views and renovated full bath. Other recent updates include split system air conditioning and Thermopane windows. Across the road is a 798+/- sq. ft. bungalow on .2 acre with partial water views, living room, bedroom with two built-in beds, full bath and kitchenette over a two-car garage. The adjacent vacant acreage could be developed with pool. Waterfront properties with these characteristics rarely come to the market along this lane, this is a unique opportunity!
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