The Denise Dutson Team



17 Player Cir, Mashpee, MA 02649

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Beautiful golf course frontage in highly desirable Quashnet Valley Estates. Ideally located on the 13th hole of Quashnet Valley Golf Course sits this well-maintained Cape Cod style home. Offering a spacious open floor plan with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 2-car garage. Living room features vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace, built-ins, and gleaming hardwoods. The hardwoods flow easily into the beautifully renovated kitchen and dining room. Light and bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and recessed lighting. Sliders off the dining room lead out to large deck and yard. The lovely yard offers just the right amount of privacy while still maintaining gorgeous golf course views. Rounding out the main level of this home is a bedroom, full bath, and laundry area. Upstairs is the spacious master bedroom with private balcony, loft-style family room, another full bath and bedroom. Great location—close to beaches, boating, golf, restaurants, and shopping.
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17 Player Circle , Mashpee, MA 02649

Mashpee (village)

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Beautiful golf course frontage in highly desirable Quashnet Valley Estates. Ideally located on the 13th hole of Quashnet Valley Golf Course sits this well-maintained Cape Cod style home. Offering a spacious open floor plan with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 2-car garage. Living room features vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace, built-ins, and gleaming hardwoods. The hardwoods flow easily into the beautifully renovated kitchen and dining room. Light and bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and recessed lighting. Sliders off the dining room lead out to large deck and yard. The lovely yard offers just the right amount of privacy while still maintaining gorgeous golf course views. Rounding out the main level of this home is a bedroom, full bath, and laundry area.
Open House
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184 Walton Heath Way , Mashpee, MA 02649

New Seabury

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Spacious Cape-style home in beautiful New Seabury on Cape Cod. Offering 2000+ sqft of living space with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Large eat-in kitchen with lots of storage and counter space. Fireplaced living room and 2 first floor bedrooms, all with hardwood floors. Handsome family room with beamed ceilings, wood floors, and wood-burning stove. Upstairs are the master and guest bedrooms, both with wood floors, and 2nd full bath. Outside is lovely back deck overlooking large yard. Great location--close to beaches, boating, golf, restaurants, and shopping.
Open House
Sunday
August 20 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 184 Walton Heath Way , Mashpee, MA 02649    Get Directions

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184 Walton Heath Way, Mashpee, MA 02649

New Seabury

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Spacious Cape-style home in beautiful New Seabury on Cape Cod. Offering 2000+ sqft of living space with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Large eat-in kitchen with lots of storage and counter space. Fireplaced living room and 2 first floor bedrooms, all with hardwood floors. Handsome family room with beamed ceilings, wood floors, and wood-burning stove. Upstairs are the master and guest bedrooms, both with wood floors, and 2nd full bath. Outside is lovely back deck overlooking large yard. Great location—close to beaches, boating, golf, restaurants, and shopping.
Open House
Sunday
August 20 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 184 Walton Heath Way, Mashpee, MA 02649    Get Directions

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Being a homeowner comes with a lot of responsibility. You'll need to keep up with your bills, cleaning and maintenance, and have a keen eye for managing your finances. What many people don't tell you when you buy a house is that you could also become the victim of scammers who specifically target homeowners. Like computer viruses, scams are constantly evolving to stay one step ahead of the game. However, many of them rely on behavior that should raise a red flag for homeowners. In this article, we'll cover some common scams that affect homeowners and tell you how to avoid them to keep you, your home, and your wallet safe.

You've won!

Congratulations! By reading this article you've won an all-expenses paid trip to the destination of your dreams. One of the most common scams affecting homeowners come in the form of phone calls, mail, or even door-knockers informing you that you've won some kind of prize. Unless you've specifically entered to win a certain prize, you can almost be certain that this is a scam.

Identity crisis

We've often heard of the dangers of identity theft, but homeowners in particular are an at-risk demographic. Identity thieves attempt to steal your personal information in order to commit fraud or crimes. To avoid identity theft, be responsible with your mail. Always shred mail with personal data and be sure to have someone take care of your mail for you when away from home for extended periods.

I noticed your roof needs to be repaired

Many scams come in the form of people knocking on your door to offer a great deal on a service. People who solicit you and ask to be let into your home or onto your property to "inspect" part of your home should never be allowed in. They may actually be a roofer attempting to convince you to repair your roof (regardless of whether it needs to be repaired). Or, they could be a would-be burglar scoping out your residence. These scammers will attempt to sell you anything from "subsidized" and "energy efficient" home energy products all the way down to fixing imagined water/moisture issues in your basement.

Make $60k a year working from home!

Work-from-home jobs do exist, and they're growing in number as technology makes it easier and more efficient than traveling. However, some job offers are too good to be true. Be wary of job offers that require you to enter personal information like your social security number before ever having met the employer. Many of these "too good to be true" jobs can be spotted when they ask you for money to get started. They may say to need to pay for your own training but then can make thousands, or will ask for a company buy-in that will pay off later. Regardless, never give money to a potential employer.

I came to read the meters

Someone in a safety vest with a name tag and clipboard knocks on your door and says they're from the energy company, water company, etc. They seem legitimate and tell you how important it is to have your meter read. The might even say you're eligible for a refund or subsidy. It's important to always ask representatives to show you their ID or ask them to call and make an appointment before letting them enter your home.



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