House of the Week: Sweeping coastal view

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The town of Westport, Mass., is known for its beautiful countryside, lush farmland, a historic past and its sun-splashed coastline.

The Colonial-style home at 9 Hurricane Lane is a six-bedroom residence nestled in the Acoaxet seaside neighborhood. A quintessential New England homestead, it offers expansive views of the Atlantic Ocean from almost every room.

Built in 1956, there are two full and two half-baths with a first-floor master suite, and five bedrooms on the second floor. The home has more than 2,500 square feet of living space. There is also an in-law or Au pair set-up on first floor, with a separate entrance that boasts a sitting area, bathroom and bedroom. The living room has a fireplace for chilly evenings when the boats are stored away and fall leaves on the trees are turning red and orange on the 11,000-square-foot lot you can view from the wraparound porch.

Walk to Elephant Rock and Howland beach clubs. The Cockeast Pond and Westport River are just a stone's throw away. The location of this property makes for comfortable living year-round and a relaxing place to call home.

The home is available for the asking price of $1.8 million. For more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Noemi Cardoso with William Raveis at 508-558-1945.

 

508-558-1945, Noemi Cardoso, William Raveis

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