Address: 192 & 187 Mishaum Point Road, Dartmouth, Massachusetts
Size: 17,000 square feet
Bathrooms: 10 full, 4 half
On the tip of Mishaum Point in Dartmouth, stretching out into Buzzards Bay near Cape Cod, Massachusetts, sits Seapoint, a 17,000 square-foot shingle style home by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern. The waterfront home sits on ten acres of land surrounded by water on three sides, offering over 1,500 feet of water frontage. And the home is just as impressive as the property.
The property boasts eight bedrooms and fourteen bathrooms. Five of the bedrooms are in the main house, and a spacious guesthouse adds three more bedrooms. Amenities include a state-of-the-art wine cellar, a cozy library with a vaulted mahogany ceiling, a private office, and a deep-water dock. The home is accessible with an elevator in the foyer allowing access to all floors.
Breathtaking architectural features like a stone-and-driftwood fireplace and a custom chair rail pepper the home, while no small detail was overlooked—keep your eyes peeled for bulls-eye glass windows and intricate motifs on the hand-finished wood flooring. The home is perfect for entertaining, with commercially operated bowling lanes, a billiards room, and a bar made from a hand-carved wooden ship’s hull. In the warmer months, the spectacular outdoor living space includes a cabana with a stone fireplace and an infinity edge pool. But fear not for the colder months—the pool is heated.
The home perfectly blends modern luxuries with tasteful, traditional style. The white crown molding and dark wood elements evoke a classic New England coastal aesthetic, while sweeping ocean views from every room complete the vibe with a sense of serenity.
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