The Denise Dutson Team



8 Dogleg Drive , Mashpee, MA 02649

Mashpee (village)

Condo

$364,900
Price

2
Beds
5
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Welcome to Southport, Cape Cod's premier gated community for active adults over 55. This one-floor living Provincetown-style home has a 1,333 square foot open floor plan and is being offered furnished. The living room is highlighted by a gas fireplace, built-ins and a French door that leads to a private deck. The living room and dining area share an expansive cathedral ceiling and is nicely appointed with wood floors, chair rail and open access to a lower level featuring a hardwood railing with white balusters that really sets this Provincetown apart. The master bedroom also has a cathedral ceiling, an en-suite full bath and a walk-in closet. A guest bedroom with closet, 2nd full bath, laundry and direct entry to the one car garage complete the main floor. The lower level has a large finished family room, built-in cabinets, wainscoting trim throughout, closets and plenty of room for storage. This popular, sunny and well maintained duplex model is located on a quiet cul de sac. Clean as a whistle and neat as a pin! Come and see all the fabulous amenities that Southport has to offer: free 9-hole golf, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center, library, ballroom, table tennis, bocce
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Whether you'd prefer the townhome look or a high-rise building, there's likely a condo available locally in the style you want.

What types of amenities would you like? A dog-friendly community (or not)? A pool? Your own gardens? One or more full baths? All of these can vary among condo properties. Some amenities may be worth having simply for their appeal to future buyers when the time comes to sell. 

Trade-Offs: Traditional Home Vs. Condo Living

First, here's what might take a little getting used to:

  • Limited privacy. With shared walkways, stairs and amenities, condo living means getting to know your neighbors. Shared walls and courtyards means noise can become a touchy issue. 
  • HOA rules. HOA rules can be restrictive, down to what's visible on your patio, limits on pets and your rights to rent out, or have more than a certain number of occupants in, your unit. Expect to register your car and even your bike. 
  • HOA fees. Monthly, each owner pays the community association to keep expenses covered. Occasionally, there might be a special assessment for emergency repairs or other unexpected needs. These costs may vary by condo size.

All owners contribute to the financial health of a condo community. So, a well-managed property, full of residents who pay their fees on time and care about their property values, is best. 

Is Condo Buying Right For You?

Condo living makes sense if you:

  • Prefer low-maintenance living. Have someone else handle the  landscaping, roofs and exteriors. By pooling their funds, condo owners receive cost-effective maintenance compared to homeowners who pay individually for exterior repairs and cleaning, snow and leaf removal and so on.
  • Embrace the minimalist approach. Expect limited storage space! If you've been meaning to de-clutter, moving to a condo will make it happen. 
  • Enjoy the presence of other people. Living near other people can be a plus, especially for singles and seniors. If you travel frequently, chances are good that you'll find a trusted buddy to watch your place or pet.
  • Seek an affordable path to ownership. Property taxes on condos, as well as condos themselves, tend to be relatively affordable. Well-maintained condos tend also to be easy to resell in our current market. 

Let your realtor tell you more about how condo living meets your personal needs and goals.

Looking for a New Condo You'll Love to Call Home?

Let us show you the best-managed condos right where you want to be. We're happy to brief you on the distinguishing features of local condo properties.

If you're ready to tour your next home, we're ready to help you find the one you'll love! 


This Condo in Mashpee, MA recently sold for $397,000. This style home was sold by Denise Dutson - Kinlin Grover Real Estate.


6 Red Cedar Road , Mashpee, MA 02649

Mashpee (village)

Condo

$403,000
Price
$397,000
Sale Price

2
Beds
5
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Beautiful sun-filled Windchime condo in desirable South Mashpee, ideally located close to beaches, boating, restaurants, shopping, and golf. Enjoy your choice of 1st or 2nd floor master suite. Spacious living room with gleaming hardwood floors, gas fireplace, and sliders out to private patio. Eat-in kitchen has lots of storage, walk-in pantry, laundry, and access to wonderful sunroom. Nice extra living space in the upstairs loft, plus a great office nook. This lovely townhouse condo also has a detached garage, central air, full basement, and ample parking. Situated close to an in-ground pool, clubhouse, and tennis. Neat as a pin and clean as a whistle. Pack your bags and move right in!Seller is ready to go!

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6 Red Cedar Road , Mashpee, MA 02649

Mashpee (village)

Condo

$403,000
Price

2
Beds
5
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Ready to sell your condo? As a first-time condo seller, it sometimes can be tough to streamline the process of finding interested property buyers and getting the best price for your residence.

Fortunately, we're here to help you simplify the process of selling your condo.

Here are three tips that every first-time condo seller needs to know.

1. Check Out the Prices of Comparable Condos

When you price your condo, it is important to set realistic expectations from the get-go. And if you ask too much for your property, it may linger on the real estate market for an extended period of time.

On the other hand, an informed condo seller will have real estate market data that he or she can use to gain an advantage over the competition.

How does your condo stack up against similar properties? Perform an in-depth assessment of the competition, and you'll be able to price your condo accordingly.

Check out the prices of recently sold and currently available condos. By doing so, you can better understand how to price your condo competitively.

Also, spend some time performing assorted condo interior and exterior repairs before you add your property to the real estate market. This will allow you to boost your condo's appearance both inside and out and make your property an appealing choice to condo buyers.

2. Conduct a Property Appraisal

Hire a property appraiser to inspect your condo. That way, you can receive expert insights into your condo's strengths and weaknesses.

During a condo evaluation, a property appraiser will review all aspects of a property. He or she then will provide you with an in-depth report that you can use to understand potential problem areas with your condo.

A property appraisal is a valuable learning opportunity, and you should try to make the most of it.

Choose a property appraiser with condo experience. This professional will be able to take a close look at your condo and help you prioritize potential repairs.

In addition, review a property appraiser's findings closely. This information will help you determine the best ways to enhance your condo and ensure it can stand out from the competition.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to selling your condo, it is always a good idea to work with a real estate agent.

Hiring a real estate agent with condo experience is a must, particularly for a first-time condo seller. This real estate professional will teach you about the ins and outs of the housing market and help you promote your condo to the right groups of property buyers.

A real estate agent will set up condo showings and open houses and negotiate with condo buyers on your behalf. Plus, he or she will offer honest, unbiased condo selling recommendations to help you get the best price for your property.

Don't leave anything to chance as you get ready to sell your condo. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can accelerate the process of selling your condo.




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