500 Ocean Street
The Yachtsman, one of the best condo options in Barnstable, offers comfy condo living in the $399,000 to $699,000 range. Floor plans that let you choose from two or three bedrooms and up to two and a half baths help you get more flexibility from your choice. You'll enjoy the extra security and privacy that comes with being in a gated community. A nice perk that comes with living here is being able to use the private beach only available to residents. In addition to having beach access, the community has an in-ground pool that is heated, and a pool house.
In addition to the community offering privacy, the floor plans in the individual condos are designed with privacy in mind. They feature multi-level layouts with enclosed decks that give you a greater sense of privacy when you're out enjoying the fresh air. These enclosed decks are excellent for entertaining, along with the combination kitchen-dining area. Some floor plans feature a sunken living room and all the living room areas in this complex are spacious, with fireplaces that add to the room's ambiance. The bright colors used in many of the rooms make it easy for you to pick out furnishings and décor that suit your tastes.
One of the features that you can expect is an additional deck off the master bedroom. The surf is an exciting sound to hear first thing in the morning, and you'll want to take advantage of every opportunity to watch what's going on at the beach or on the water down below. Most floor plans have an additional room that you might want to use as a den or some other sort of recreational room. You'll appreciate the way that the floor plans in these condos allow you to get the most of out the space available.
With units ranging from 1,200 square feet to 1,920 square feet, the luxury condos on Ocean Street in Hyannis, Massachusetts offer dramatic, stylish residences in an awe-inspiring landscape. The average purchase price for a unit in this complex ranges from $350,000 to $800,000. Massive stone boulders form a retaining wall along one edge of the property, which contains 125 individual units. Built in 1975, this complex has many townhouse-like dwellings that have a private deck and yard surrounded by gray wooden fencing. The shaker style shingles on the exterior are interrupted only by artfully placed rectangular windows, which hint at the grandeur contained within. The complex is oriented around two large swimming pools, which form two levels. The upper level features a Polynesian style thatched pool house surrounded by a white fence encircling the heated pool. A drawbridge leads down and across the lower pool, which is thinner and longer, and is encircled by lush landscaping. This lower pool is edged in stone. It is possible for swimmers here to swim under the wooden drawbridge.
The units are divided into principal types, depending on the views they offer: either beachfront, interior, poolside, or marsh side. Many of the units feature private balconies on the second story, which much like the ground floor yards are likewise sheltered from view via tall wooden walls. The interiors of these units vary in their layouts. One interior unit has a white kitchen with creative cabinetry; a built in wine rack makes it easy to store bottles horizontally, while other cabinets have glass panes, allowing the contents of the interior shelves to be easily visible. A series of white appliances, from the refrigerator the oven to the microwave oven fill out the kitchen, which has ample amounts of counter space for food preparation. The kitchen leads to the dining room, which features hardwood floors and a high ceiling that lends atmosphere to the space. A sunken living room can be reached from the dining room via a set of carpeted stairs that have a white banister. The living room has a relatively open floor plan; a fireplace is located near the stairway, and a set of sliding glass doors leads to the private balcony. The tall privacy walls around the balcony are perfect for placing small ornaments or other decorations on the wood panels; some residents choose to mount hanging plants or other floral arrangements in this area. Upstairs, a large carpeted bedroom with cathedral ceilings is located next to an enormous window, flooding the room with natural light. The guest bedroom features a small window-laden nook perfect for a desk, as well as a large walk in closet.
The bathrooms favor tile and wall-mounted fixtures, including a magnifying mirror and a few towel rings. The shower and bathtub is encased in glass and features a recessed light that provides light for bathers. An upper balcony has privacy walls that shield the deck from the view of other neighbors on the sides while sloping down to a height of approximately two feet along the front edge to provide views of the surrounding complex and the ocean beyond. This particular unit rents for $2,750 per week, for a minimum of seven days per booking, and requires a $500 security deposit.
A marsh side unit in this complex has a far more modern style, with bleached pine hardwood floors and a white central staircase with a dark oak banister. Two balconies are attached to this property; one leads out from the primary living area, while the other is accessible via one of the the upper bedrooms. Views of the marshlands are abundant from this unit; wild acres of trees, shrubs, and other marsh foiliage can be viewed from the private balcony. The high ceilings here are painted in a variety of gray hues, which creates a feeling of drama and dynamic movement. The kitchen features a small dedicated countertop with bar stools underneath, perfect for conversing with the chef or simply having an informal breakfast. This property has a weekly rental price of $3,200 for a minimum of seven days per booking, and requires a $500 security deposit.
A beachfront unit features a bright white kitchen with opaque cabinet doors, tiled floor, and windows over the sink. The dining room is located next to a wall mirror, which visually expands the space. A comfortable living area features carpet and a white switchback staircase that leads to the bedrooms above. The master bedroom features a private bathroom and plenty of room for a king size bed. A washer and dryer are also included with the unit, and an upper bedroom has enough room for two sofas next to a window. Located on the beachfront, the unit makes it easy to wake up and walk out to the sea. This unit rents for a weekly price of $3,695 for a minimum stay of seven nights, and a security deposit of $500.
The poolside unit favors richer materials and darker tones than the beachfront unit. The kitchen has oak cabinetry and black and silver appliances, as well as an elongated separate island with a black granite countertop. A pattern of black diamond tile runs along the wall to the elongated rectangular windows, which allow in shafts of beautiful natural light. The dining room is separated from the sunken living room by a dark wooden banister that matches the hardwood floors. The living room features plush white carpeting that leads to a built in cabinet in the corner, as well as access to a private balcony through a set of sliding glass doors. A vertically mounted washer and dryer are located inside of a closet, while the bedrooms are lit with enormous rectangular windows, similar to those found in the kitchen. The bathroom features an inventive horizontal line of tiles featuring different types of fish, creating a colorful and playful array. The bedrooms have bright white walls and carpeting. The upper balcony overlooks the thatched roof of the pool house and the gorgeous blue of the pool below. The price for this unit is $2,700 for a seven day stay, with a security deposit of $500.
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